Gemma Arterton

Jessica Swales’ new film Summerland still perpetuates the notion that being child-free isn’t a valid choice, Hanna Flint writes.
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Hundreds of feminists have marched in London to demand equality for women on International Women's Day. Celebrities leading
The award for most sexist, ironic and completely ill-conceived headline goes to... *Drum roll please* The Daily Mail! For
It is hard to describe just how depressing it is to work in an industry where women are reduced constantly to the sum of their parts and not even named. The worrying thing is that this is a common practice.
Last Saturday I travelled from Manchester to Kent, then from Kent to London and from London to Paris... all in one day. I played two shows, was front row for Prada's Miu Miu resort collection show, and watched an ear drum busting Jack White gig at the Palais d'Ièna, Paris. Here's the story.
You’d think Lily Allen might need a rest after spending the weekend at Glastonbury Festival, where she performed on the Pyramid
The Sundance Festival returned to the O2 this past weekend for the third edition of their London offshoot, bringing with them a selection of narrative and documentary features that were successful at their Park City, Utah home in January.
Sundance London Film Festival will play host to Ryan Reynolds' latest film, with its international premiere to be graced
Some female clients of the age group which accounts for more women divorcing than any other have remarked that their desire to start a family has been a prominent consideration when they have been making up their minds to divorce.
Should you need a blood-sucking, boob-squeezing, prostitute vampire in the next couple of weeks, Gemma Arterton's your girl
I think we can all agree that the last thing the film world needs as another tale of mopey, bloodsucking teenagers, but Neil Jordan's latest vampirical tale, Byzantium, is clearly doing everything it can to distance itself from the world of Stephanie Meyer.
Jeremy Renner is adamant we won't be seeing him in a rom-com anytime soon, saying of the genre, "I just feel that's kind
Few modern filmmakers have managed to successfully yoke the disciplines of scriptwriting and directing in quite the same way as Paul Andrew Williams.
Quite why Renner and Arterton agreed to participate in such a meritless monstrosity, only they could say, but the usually reliable leads are poor. It may not necessarily be their fault; both young actors are talented, but they are not magicians. 
Bradley Cooper at this year's Baftas They were first seen arriving at the capital's Rose Club together for a bash to celebrate
Jeremy Renner is the man of the moment. The Brother Grimm classic fairy tale has been given a Hollywood make over Currently
Not since an angry blue man that wasn't Poppa Smurf shouted the immortal words "YE CANNY TEK MA FRRRRREEEEEDOMMMM", have we had a decent Scottish hero.
Stamp's path through life could have been very different. For an East End lad growing up in post-war London, acting was not on the cards. "I left the East End quite early in terms of other kids my age. My mother made a terrible fuss, but my dad didn't mind at all. But if I was going to try acting, I couldn't have done it had I stayed at home."