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In the present-day English countryside comedy Tamara Drewe, directed by Stephen Frears and based on the popular Posy Simmonds graphic novel of the same name, Welsh actor Luke Evans plays Andy Cobb, a rugged, working-class local who works as a gardener and handyman for the Stonefield Farm writers’ retreat. As a boy, he lived in the neighboring Winnards Farm, until his hard-up family sold it to the wealthy Drewe family from London, which includes their daughter, Tamara Drewe (Gemma Arterton), who has returned as a beautiful and sexy writer, after having had some plastic surgery help. Although he resents her presence, Andy is still fascinated by his former teenage flame and wonders whether he should try to win her back.
In this exclusive interview with Collider, Luke Evans talked about jumping at the chance to work with Stephen Frears, playing a character that he identified so closely with, and reuniting with Gemma Arterton, »
- Christina Radish
14 February 2010 10:00 AM, PST | The Hollywood Reporter - Movie News | See recent The Hollywood Reporter - Movie News news »
Anna Anissimova, in Berlin promoting Kevin Spacey starrer "Father of Invention," a comedy which premieres Monday in the Panorama Special section, also is on board "Flutter." Billy Zane has a supporting role in the picture.
Park Entertainment is shopping the title to buyers in Berlin. "Flutter," is described as a darkly comic morality tale set in the gambling world. The script is from British TV scribe Stephen Leslie. Borg has begun principle photography on the film on locations in northeast England.
- By Scott Roxborough
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