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Bond Girl Gemma Arterton to play "Tamara Drewe"
Acclaimed director Stephen Frears is going to bring his fantastical vision to a live action adaptation of Posy Simmonds' graphic novel "Tamara Drewe." Playing the lead character will be "Quantum of Solace" Bond girl and star of the potential blockbusters "Clash of the Titans" and "Prince of Persia: The Sands of Time" Gemma Arterton.
According to Variety, the 23-year-old Brit will play Drewe, a sexy flirt who stirs things up (we'd assume in a bad way) when she returns to her small country village. Also on board is "Mamma Mia!'s" Dominic Cooper.
Frears last film was the Miramax dump "Cheri" with Michelle Pfeiffer earlier this summer (a film that deserved a much better fate than it received).
Production on "Tamara" will begin Sept. 21 at Pinewood Studios just outside of London.