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Archive for the ‘“Tess of the D’Urbervilles”’ 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.   May 17, 2012


Thanks to Nicole.

  M.   June 22, 2011

Thanks Lorna for her precious help with scans.

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  M.   March 25, 2011

In just a few short years, she’s become one of Britain’s hottest young actresses. From parts in the Bond movie Quantum Of Solace to the blockbusting Clash Of The Titans and the British drama Tamara Drewe, Gemma Arterton has become a name on everyone’s lips.

Now the 25-year-old from Gravesend, Kent, lends her voice to the animated fantasy A Turtle’s Tale. Here, Gemma talks about her career and discusses what the future holds.

Did you identify with your character Shelley from A Turtle’s Tale?

Absolutely. If I was a turtle I’d be like her. When I filmed this I was doing a play so it was nice to do the complete opposite. Dominic Cooper, who does the voice of Sammy, is a friend of mine and we worked together on Tamara Drewe. He recommended me for the role. I was very grateful as I’ve always wanted to do an animation. For us it was just Dominic and Gemma swimming in the ocean. Read More

  M.   February 15, 2011

I don’t know if anyone has noticed, but I finished capping the Making of Tess.

GALLERY LINK:
Tess of the D’Urbervilles (2008): DVD Screencaptures – Angels And Demons: The Making of Tess

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  M.   November 02, 2010

Thanks to the lovely and talented Nicole, we have plenty of new LJ icons! Enjoy! :D

She’s also one of the maintainers of the Gemma Arterton 20in20 – LJ Community, a place where you can share your love for Gemma and for creating LJ icons. ;)

  M.   October 29, 2010

We already knew that Gemma and her Tess of the D’Urbervilles co-star Eddie Redmayne are friends in real life. It’s always nice to see that their friendship still remains strong. Eddie mentioned Gemma and her sister Hannah in an interview for London’s Evening Standard today. Arterton told the Evening Standard Magazine back in 2008 that Redmayne’s Now or Later was one of the best pieces of theatre she’s ever seen.

Which is your favourite pub?
My local, The Gladstone, has live music. I saw Gemma Arterton’s sister Hannah perform there.