Published by Lora Published on September 5, 2015

Hello! According to Robin Ellis, Gabriella was cast on BBC’s One ‘Poldark’ as Caroline Penvenen! As a huge fan of the tv series, I am beyond excited to see her in this new project (and I totally recommend it). There’s no confirmation yet, except this picture below but as soon as we have more information, I will share them here and on twitter.

On another note, if you follow us on twitter, you probably already know that we had to move the site to a new host and change the domain name. The site will soon no longer load under gabriella-wilde.com so I suggest you to bookmark the new URL: gabriella-wilde.com (and please, spread the word!). Thank you!

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Published by Lora Published on December 15, 2014

VARIETY – As studios wind down before the holidays, Disney is looking to lock up its last major role in its next installment of the “Pirates of the Caribbean” franchise starring Johnny Depp.

Sources tell Variety Disney is looking to test a handful of girls over the next week for the female lead of the action-adventure. Some of the actresses on the list include “Miss Potter’s” Lucy Boynton, “Endless Love’s” Gabriella Wilde, Jenna Thiam, “Maze Runner’s” Kaya Scodelario and “The Musketeers’” Alexandra Dowling.

Details on the role are vague other than she would likely play a love interest to Brenton Thwaites, who recently won the role of a British soldier who teams up with Depp’s Jack Sparrow. The studio wanted to wait to make sure role was sealed up before testing girls and now that Thwaites is on board, the studio will do chemistry tests with Thwaites and the girls to see who best fits the role.

Javier Bardem is also on board to play the villain with Joachim Ronning and Espen Sandberg directing.

Production begins in the first quarter of next year with plans to release the pic on July 7, 2017.

Published by Deea&Gabrielle Published on February 13, 2013

Universal is flying the hopefuls to Hollywood to test their chemistry with potential co-star Brenton Thwaites. Universal is hoping to find the object of its desire Friday when it begins testing actresses to star in Endless Love, its remake of the 1981 love story that starred Brooke Shields. Sources say that five actresses are flying to Hollywood to meet with director Shana Feste (Country Strong) and will read opposite up-and-coming Australian actor Brenton Thwaites. Thwaites has not been cast as the male lead but is well-liked by the director and the film’s producers, Scott Stuber and Pam Abdy of Bluegrass Films, and Josh Schwartz and Stephanie Savage of Fake Empire. The meetings are to test chemistry between the leads.

The actresses include Sarah Bolger, who recently played Princess Aurora in ABC’s cult hit fantasy Once Upon a Time; Olivia Cooke, who co-stars in A&E’s upcoming Carlton Cuse TV series Bates Motel; Sophie Lowe, an up-and-coming Australian actress who appeared in a horror movie called Roadkill and starred in a Down Under TV series titled The Slap; and Gabriella Wilde, who appeared in Paul W.S. Anderson’s Three Musketeers and will be seen in the upcoming remake of Carrie.

There was interest in Lilly Collins, best known for starring in Relativity’s Mirror Mirror as Snow White, but she will now be shooting Love, Rosie with Sam Claflin this spring and is not available. Insiders say the studio will cast the lead roles with young, largely unknown actors, but bigger-name actors will be hired to play the parents.

Love told the story of two teens’ all-consuming love for each other. Things go wrong when the boy turns obsessive and concocts a plan to ingratiate himself with the girl’s family that involves setting her house on fire.

The 1981 movie helped make Shields a star and is remembered for its title song by Diana Ross.

Published by Deea&Gabrielle Published on February 6, 2013

EXCLUSIVE: Disney and director Mark Romanek are parting ways on Cinderella, the revisionist fairy tale movie that has Cate Blanchett attached to star. It’s all going down now, but I’m told that Romanek and the studio have differing views on how to tell the story. Romanek’s is darker, and it’s too dark for this to turn out to be a fairy tale ending. The studio has a script by Chris Weitz and Aline Brosh McKenna, and Disney began testing young actresses for the title role late last year, a group that includes Gabriella Wilde and Saoirse Ronan. It’s certain they’ll go out to directors quickly, trying to keep on track to get the picture into production by the summer. Simon Kinberg is producing. Romanek, who helmed Never Let Me Go and One Hour Photo, has dropped from films before. The helmer, renowned for his commercials and video work, exited The Wolfman again because he had a darker vision than the studio was looking for. In hindsight, that didn’t work out badly at all for him.

Disney just confirmed to me that this is happening, and the studio gave me this statement: “The Walt Disney Studios and Mark Romanek have parted ways on Disney’s Cinderella project. We are committed to moving the project forward and have begun the search for a new director. The team here at Disney respects Mark as both a director and a friend, and we hope to find something to work on together in the future.”

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