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Archive for the ‘“St. Trinian’s”’ Category
  M.   February 08, 2016

By Amy West

Gemma Arterton turns 30 on Tuesday (2 February) and we can’t think of a better way to celebrate her birthday than to watch one of, if not all of her best films. From the star-studded The Boat That Rocked to children’s guilty pleasure St. Trinian’s, she’s appeared in a lot of titles considering she only really rose to fame less than 10 years ago.

She even played a Bond girl in the 2008 film Quantum Of Solace, so there’s bound to be something to suit everyone who wants to share in her special day.

Gemma Arterton turns 30 on Tuesday (2 February) and we can’t think of a better way to celebrate her birthday than to watch one of, if not all of her best films. From the star-studded The Boat That Rocked to children’s guilty pleasure St. Trinian’s, she’s appeared in a lot of titles considering she only really rose to fame less than 10 years ago.

She even played a Bond girl in the 2008 film Quantum Of Solace, so there’s bound to be something to suit everyone who wants to share in her special day. Read More

  M.   November 05, 2011

10 minutes with Gemma Arterton — The face of G Star Raw on toughening up for a fairy tale.

GALLERY LINK:
– Scans: ES Magazine (UK) – September 16, 2011, thanks to Lorna

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  M.   October 01, 2011

Gemma and Hannah Arterton attended a private members relaunch of Mayfair’s ‘The Arts Club’, featuring new Music Director Mark Ronson and guest performers Paloma Faith and Ronnie Wood at The Arts Club on September 30, 2011 in London, England.

I’ve also added plenty of new MQs from the St Trinian’s Photocall in Cannes.

GALLERY LINKS:
– Events: Gucci Museum Opening In Florence
– Events: 2007 Cannes Film Festival – “St Trinian’s” Photocall

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  M.   July 25, 2011

With my special thanks to Ivonne.

GALLERY LINKS:
– Events: “St. Trinian’s” London Premiere
– Stage: Love’s Labour’s Lost (2007)

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  M.   November 01, 2010

I posted a transcription of the article yesterday, but the photo is brand new. ;)

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

GALLERY LINK:
– Scans from 2010: Observer (UK) – October 31, 2010

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

  M.   October 31, 2010

Gemma Arterton on the benefits of growing up, and her journey from St Trinian’s head girl to Ibsen heroine

The other day Gemma Arterton attended an audition with “a very famous actor”. The actor looked at her CV, and said: “You’re in this for the art, aren’t you? I can see that from [the fact that you did] St Trinian’s.” Arterton, who is 24, tells me this with only the merest trace of indignation. “I think he was testing me,” she says. “But I’ve only been working for three years, and you can’t be creative at the beginning of your career. I left drama school [Rada] with a lot of debt. My student loan was £25,000, and I come from the kind of family where you’re not allowed to be in debt. So when you get offered a job, you’re going to say ‘yes’. It’s only now I can reflect on what I want to do next.” Read More

  M.   July 08, 2010

Lucy Bevan on Gemma Arterton

I remember vividly the first time I saw Gemma Arterton on stage, early 2007. It was not a great play, in a dingy basement studio at drama school—the Royal Academy of Dramatic Art—and I had missed half a dinner party to be there, so I was quite grumpy. Gemma then walked on stage and shone out.

At the time, I was casting this British comedy called “St. Trinians,” with Rupert Everett, Colin Firth, and Russell Brand. The actress we had cast to play the lead girl had just dropped out, and I went from feeling awful about that to being literally thrilled by the opportunity to cast someone completely fresh and new.
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