Watch: New Trailer for 'Tamara Drewe' with Gemma Arterton
Anyone getting a bit tired of Gemma Arterton yet? No, no, no, she's way too pretty for that to happen! Yahoo has debuted the trailer for Stephen Frears' Tamara Drewe, a British comedy starring Gemma Arterton based on a comic strip in the UK. I unfortunately missed this at Cannes even though I heard it was a funny, entertaining comedy. It looks pretty good, something that any writers out there will definitely get a kick out of. Plus, I don't think many people would turn down watching a kinky Gemma Arterton screwing the whole village, right? Anyway, I'm sure I've said enough to get you to watch this new trailer, so check it out below!
Watch the official trailer for Stephen Frears' Tamara Drewe:
You can also watch the trailer for Tamara Drewe in High Definition on Yahoo
A young newspaper writer (Gemma Arterton) returns to her childhood home in the English countryside.
Tamara Drewe is directed by Oscar nominated British filmmaker Stephen Frears, of many great films like Dangerous Liaisons, The Grifters, Mary Reilly, High Fidelity, Dirty Pretty Things, The Queen and Chéri most recently. The screenplay was written by Moira Buffini (The Enlightenment) and was based on a comic strip series (as a graphic novel) by Posy Simmonds first published in 2005 by The Guardian. Sony Pictures Classics is bringing Tamara Drewe to limited theaters starting October 8th this fall. Anyone want to see it?