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  Nicole   May 26, 2013

Stills from Gemma appearance on the The Jonathan Ross Show have been added to the gallery!

Public Events > The Jonathan Ross Show – Stills

  Nicole   May 26, 2013

Gemma Arterton wants to be a role model.

The British beauty is aware of choosing film roles that will set a good example for young girls and doesn’t think she needs to flaunt her sex appeal in her underwear to do so.

She said: ”I always think about [the young girls in the audience] to the point where it’s probably not helped me in terms of my career. There’s a line where you have to say, ‘this is a movie’ – you can’t always play characters who are good role models. You want to depict women in a certain way that’s positive, though there will be times when you play a victim, a user or a villain. But I think, when you play the hero, you don’t do it wearing a bra and knickers. Don’t do that; that’s not heroic. There’s a different role for that.”

Despite an impressive string of films to her bow, the 27-year-old star insists she hardly ever gets recognised on the street and claims her secret to staying incognito is going about her business as usual.

Gemma explained to The Hunger magazine: ”If you’re more unobtainable, that’s when people are more interested in you. I guess it’s a confidence thing. If you put yourself out there, live a normal life, and people see you all the time in London, they just think, ‘Oh, her again’.”


  M.   May 19, 2013

  M.   May 17, 2013

The thriller is ‘a continuation’ of Jordan’s earlier Interview with the Vampire

Source: The List
Date: 17 May 2013
Written by: James Mottram

Neil Jordan’s Interview with the Vampire arguably kickstarted the current trend for bloodsuckers. James Mottram speaks to him about returning to the genre for his new flick Byzantium.

‘There have been too many vampire films lately,’ laughs Neil Jordan, perched on a chair in London’s Soho Hotel. You might say the director of Interview With the Vampire only has himself to blame. Without his 1994 take on Anne Rice’s novel, starring Tom Cruise and Brad Pitt, there’d arguably be no Twilight. And while that series is now thankfully at an end, with a sixth season of True Blood and Jim Jarmusch’s Only Lovers Left Alive on the way, our thirst for these blood-sucking characters seems unquenched. Read More

  M.   May 17, 2013

Episode 4.20 – Gemma Arterton, Lee Evans, Philip Glenister, Marc Warren, Max Beesley

Jonathan welcomes former Bond girl Gemma Arterton, the hugely popular comedian Lee Evans and actors Philip Glenister, Marc Warren and Max Beesley, who discuss the new third series of their hit drama Mad Dogs. Alternative rock legends Primal Scream also perform live.

Date: Sat 18th May 2013
Time: 9:45pm
Channel: ITV
Length: 60 minutes

  Nicole   May 17, 2013

Added in the gallery several new great production stills and promotional images from the upcoming Byzantium!

Movies & Television > Byzantium (2013) > Promotional Images
Movies & Television > Byzantium (2013) > Production Stills

  M.   May 16, 2013

Contrary to a piece of news posted here before, Byzantium won’t be competing at the Cannes Film Festival nor will it be shown in the Un Certain Regard section.