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Archive for the ‘“St. Trinian’s”’ Category
  M.   March 02, 2009


St. Trinian’s: DVD Screencaptures – The Official School Diary
St. Trinian’s: DVD Screencaptures – Deleted Scenes

New HQs from the Brit Awards 2009 – War Child/O2 After Party were also added to our gallery.

  M.   February 19, 2009


The Boat That Rocked: Trailer B Captures
The Boat That Rocked: Trailer D Captures
St. Trinian’s: Production Stills
St. Trinian’s: Posters & Covers

I’ve also added more photos from the Baftas. Click here for the latest uploads.

  M.   January 06, 2009

Don’t you worry if you missed the first half of Tess of the D’Urbervilles, PBS.org is streaming it so you can get up to speed before Sunday, Jan. 11 at 9pm. You can also select your favorite chapters instead of watching the full episode.

Episode One is available for online viewing from January 5 to January 19, 2009.

Episode Two (which means the third and fourth episodes that aired in the UK combined) airs next Sunday.

PBS.org now has a website of sorts up for Tess as well.

While you’re at it, why not take the time to visit Hans Matheson Online (Alec D’Urberville) and Eddie Redmayne Online (Angel Clare), two wonderful fansites dedicated to Gemma’s co-stars in the series?

Last but not least, attention UK visitors: St Trinian’s will be showing on Sky Movies Premiere on Satuday, Jan. 10 at 8pm.

  M.   November 16, 2008

Bond girl Gemma Arterton may have worked her way to Hollywood stardom but it seems the Quantum Of Solace star is ready to go back to school.

The 22-year-old Briton, who is filming her next blockbuster Prince Of Persia, hopes to star in a sequel to St Trinian’s, the boarding-school movie that launched her career.

‘There is talk of a St Trinian’s 2 and I will definitely do it,’ Gemma told the Mail Online.

‘It was my first big film and I will never forget that. I hope it goes ahead as I had such a good time making the first one.’

  M.   October 18, 2008

Gemma Arterton graduated from St Trinian’s to star as Tess of the d’Urbervilles. Now she’s playing opposite Daniel Craig in the new Bond film. Is this the start of global domination for the girl from Gravesend?

The moment Gemma Arterton heard she’d be the new Bond girl is ingrained on her mind for ever. She was on a boat, just off the coast of Gibraltar, filming the comedy Three and Out with Mackenzie Crook. Dressed in full scuba-diving gear – what else would a prospective Bond girl be wearing? – Arterton answered her mobile phone to her agent, who immediately began humming the James Bond theme down the line; the role of Agent Fields in the 22nd 007 film, Quantum of Solace, was hers. So moved was Crook, he shed a tear for his co-star and uttered, “This is such a big moment in your life.” Read More

  M.   September 16, 2008

Her favourite actress is Elizabeth Taylor, her film Mary Poppins and her book The Alchemist by Paulo Coelho. She is teaching herself Spanish and is a fine singer. She is the protagonist of BBC1’s adapation of Thomas Hardy’s Tess of the D’Urbervilles and the hot new Bond girl who’s gonna blow everyone away. Watch out for Gemma Arterton!

Is it me or Tatler (and the production of Prince of Persia) went for a modern and tanned version of Cleopatra?

– Photoshoots: Empire (2008)
– Magazine Scans: The Herald Newspaper (UK) – September 16, 2008, thanks to Lorna
– Magazine Scans: Tatler (UK) – October, thanks to Lorna

  M.   September 14, 2008

Gemma Arterton let the RocknRolla crew stare at her breasts.

The actress says she quickly adapted to filming in a male-dominated environment after previously working on a nearly-all female movie.

The 22-year-old said: “RocknRolla was properly boys’ own. I’d just done St. Trinian’s, so I was like, ‘Oh, there aren’t any girls.’

“I came on set and I, literally, was the totty. I had tight jeans on and a tight top with a push-up bra. Everybody was like, ‘A girl?!’ and talking to me at boob height. I thought, ‘I’ll let you off, as you haven’t had any boobs to stare at for a while.’ Read More