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Archive for the ‘The Master Builder’ Category
  M.   October 29, 2010

I’ve updated our Projects section with all there is to know about Miss Arterton’s newest play, Ibsen’s The Master Builder, and the character that she’s portraying. ;) Enjoy the reading! :)

  M.   October 29, 2010

GALLERY LINK:
The Master Builder (2010): Rehearsals

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  M.   October 23, 2010

Thanks to Lorna for the heads-up.

GALLERY LINK:
The Master Builder (2010): Rehearsals

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  M.   October 16, 2010

A big thank you goes out to the great Lorna! :D

GALLERY LINK:
– Scans from 2010: Vogue (UK) – November 2010

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As always, please do not archive our scans. Enjoy! :)

  M.   October 08, 2010

It’s just a fluke of industry timing and economics that Gemma Arterton happens to have opened four films this year in the United States, the last of which — Tamara Drewe — begins its run today in limited release. It’s stranger still that we won’t see Arterton again for at least another year — just when we’d gotten used to her charm, poise, talent and allure. What gives?

A few months after we’d met to discuss her turn as the title character in the twisty, terrific thriller The Disappearance of Alice Creed, Arterton and I convened round two to talk over Tamara Drewe, director Stephen Frears’s adaptation of the celebrated graphic novel by Posy Simmonds. The actress once again plays the title character, a hotshot young newspaper columnist who stirs up a cauldron of lust, jealousy, gossip, regret, infidelity and not just a few mixed signals upon returning to her bucolic hometown in the English countryside. Artists vie for her affections, exes wonder what they’ve missed (especially since the nose job that turned ugly duckling Tamara into a brassy young swan) and a pair of teen girls conspire to destroy her life. Read More

  M.   October 01, 2010

Hillary from LA Times Magazine was kind enough to send us some HQ photos from the magazine and its entire article. A huge thanks to her for the exclusivity!

In this brand new interview, Gemma Arterton reveals that her ultimate goal is to direct theater (but at the moment, she thinks she’s too naive), she’s not too fond of red carpets and the next stage project she’d like to be cast in.

“If you play eye candy, people think that’s all you can do… We should be able to play all kinds of roles, whether we’re getting in bed with James Bond or being hacked to pieces.”

LA Times Magazine isn’t available at newsstands, convenience stores, etc. It’s through subscription. The complete story and all of the photos will be available @ www.latimesmagazine.com.

GALLERY LINK:
– Scans: LA Times Magazine (USA) – October 2010

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  M.   October 01, 2010

Gemma Arterton says it’s an “awful shame” she doesn’t have time to read books anymore.

The 24-year-old actress has enjoyed a considerable amount of success in the past couple of years, appearing in top movies such as Prince of Persia, Tamara Drewe and the James Bond film Quantum of Solace.

While the star is happy about her career taking off, her one regret is that she no longer gets the chance to indulge in one of her favourite pastimes – reading. Read More