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Mar 2012
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Ouch. Gabriella just got even more serious competition in the fight for the female lead in upcoming sci-fi romance “A Winter’s Tale”. We keep our fingers crossed for Ms Wilde.

Many upcoming films that were casting young stars a few months ago have been put on hold, but apparently not Akiva Goldsman’s passion project. According to THR, “A Winter’s Tale”, a time-shifting sci-fi romantic epic will be testing actors in New York next week and actresses on March 12.

Back in November, we heard that up for the male lead were Benjamin Walker and Tom Hiddleston, and for the female lead starlets lining up included Elizabeth Olsen, Bella Heathcote, Gabriella Wilde and Sarah Gadon. Now, THR’s new report indicates Heathcote, Hiddleston and Walker are still set to test, and Lily Collins and “Downton Abbey” star Jessica Brown-Findlay will test for the female lead as well. It’s unclear if the previously shortlisted ladies are still in the running.

Mark Helprin’s 1983 novel, on which the movie is based, takes place in a New York City that is markedly different from the island as we know it. It takes place in the 19th Century and follows a man named Peter Lake. A bad childhood forced him to join a gang and become a thief, only to end up estranged from the group and making a mortal enemy of its leader, Pearly Soames. On a house robbery, Peter meets and falls for the terminally ill Beverly Penn. She becomes the catalyst and the force of change in his life. Another major character is a mythical flying white horse, Athansor, who acts as Peter’s guardian. Russell Crowe has committed to playing the role of Soames, along with Will Smith agreeing to cameo as a judge, two strokes of luck (along with a trimmed down budget) that has allowed Warner Bros to allow the project to keep going all the while shutting down everything from “Akira” to “Arthur and Lancelot.” Goldsman wrote the script and will make his directorial debut on the project that he has been trying to get made for at least six years.

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Mar 2012
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Monique Gabriela Curnen has become the latest actor to join Roland Emmerich‘s ABC pilot.

The Independence Day director’s untitled sci-fi project will star Max Thieriot as a science student who learns that he is the chosen one, tasked with destroying the forces of evil. The Dark Knight‘s Curnen will play tough FBI agent Tracy Meyers, according to Deadline. The actress has appeared on the likes of Dexter, House, Lie to Me and most recently CSI.

Law & Order‘s Linus Roache and Planes, Trains & Automobiles star Laila Robins will also appear in Emmerich’s pilot as an ambitious politician and his wife.

Veteran actor Martin Landau (North By Northwest), Yaya DaCosta (TRON: Legacy) and Gabriella Wilde (The Three Musketeers) are also attached to the project.

Emmerich will direct and has also co-written his new pilot with 2012 and 10,000 BC collaborator Harald Kloser.


Mar 2012
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On Feb 20th 2012, Gabriella attended the Burberry Prorsum Autumn/Winter 2012 Womenswear Show, wearing a purple leather Burberry Resort 2012 coat and Spring/Summer 2012 ankle boots. Stunning as usual! I especially liked her combination of jewellery (rings).

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Mar 2012
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Hello everyone, I am Rosina or just Rose. I adopted Gabriella-Wilde.com from the wonderful Hillie , who did an amazing job with the site. There’s been a lot going on in Gabriella’s career, so be prepared for a bunch of updates during the next days.

Oct 2011
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The Three Musketeers is the must-see action movie of the fall. It’s got everything you could want in a movie, from killer fight scenes to laugh-out-loud comedy to romance. You’re going to fall in love with the movie’s stars, Logan Lerman and Gabriella Wilde. Logan plays D’Artagnan, a confident and skilled swordsman who joins the Musketeers on their mission to save France. Along the way, he tries to win the heart of Constance, the queen of France’s lady-in-waiting who wants nothing to do with D’Artagnan. While they may not have gotten along on screen, Logan and Gabriella were super-friendly to each other when they sat down with Seventeen to give you all the dish on their new movie!

Seventeen: How are you similar to your character?
Gabriella Wilde: The characters are from a very different time, so I think there’s obviously a lot of differences there. The world they’ve grown up in is totally different to sort of where I have, but I think there’s certain things, like Constance’s curiosity and open-mindedness to a world outside hers. I kind of identified with that.

17: Why do you think we can still relate to this classic tale in 2011?
GW: It may be based on things that don’t happen anymore, but there’s still real relationships going on that you can identify with and a coming-of-age story in it that’s still fun and people can identify with, I think.

Read the full interview here.