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Photos: Q&A for Emmy Nominated Limited Series “Black Mirror: San Junipero”

20 August 2017
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I’ve updated the gallery with photos of Gugu attended a special Q&A for San Junipero in Netflix’s HQ in Los Angeles a few days ago.

   

Gallery Update: Bonekickers (2008)

12 August 2017
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I’ve updated the gallery with promotional photos and screencaptures of Gugu’s 2008 mini series Bonekickers.

Set against the backdrop of Bath, a city steeped in 3,000 years of history, Gillian and her team – Dr Ben Ergha (forensic, objective), Professor Gregory Parton (encyclopaedic but terminally louche) and eager young post-grad intern Viv Davis – are brought in under a variety of imperatives to extract bodies, books, weapons and all manner of artefacts which lead them into an investigation of the past that will unlock dangers and mysteries in the present.

   

News: ‘A Wrinkle In Time’ to Debut at D23

04 July 2017
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Director Ava DuVernay confirmed it on twitter, can’t wait for D23 and hope it means Gugu will be there!

 

Coverage: Holby City

30 June 2017
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I’ve been able to locate, what I think is Gugu’s first project, at least according to her IMDB. Gugu guest starred on Holby City’s 7th season as a pregnant lady called Colette Hill. You can watch the episode (Thanks tumblr)and check out the screencaptures below.

   

Gallery Update: Doctor Who (2007)

30 June 2017
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I’ve updated the gallery with what a lot consider Gugu’s first big break when she guest starred in Doctor Who in 2007 as Tish Jones, the sister of The Doctor’s companion then; Martha Jones. I’ve updated the gallery with stills, screencaptures and the promotional picture of her appearance, enjoy!

   

Television Projects > Doctor Who (2007) > Promotional Picture 
Television Projects > Doctor Who (2007) > Episodes Stills 
Television Projects > Doctor Who (2007) > Episodes Screencaptures

Gallery Update: ‘Beauty & The Beast’ Screencaptures

30 June 2017
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I’ve updated the gallery with screencaptures of Gugu in Beauty & The Beast. And as a small gift to make up for everyone that Gugu wasn’t on our screens much, I’ve updated the gallery with promotionals outtakes of Gugu’s shoot for the promo/posters of the movie, enjoy!

   

Movie Projects > 2017 – Beauty And The Beast > Movie Screencaptures 
Movie Projects > 2017 – Beauty And The Beast > Promotionals (Outtakes)

Coverage: After the Storm (2016)

29 June 2017
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Sometimes last year, we got an email telling us that Gugu was part of a campaign on Indiegogo to make a short movie called After the Storm. We donated and have been waiting for a while to get any update since the last email we got was 6 months ago promising more updates but we got nothing. A few weeks ago I got a tip from one of our followers telling me the movie was posted online, but we still got no official link from the campaign and we decided to wait a bit. Today I decided to just go ahead and post the production stills we found online so check them out:

   
And here is the movie, that as far as I know (source 1, source 2) have been officially released online, enjoy!

Gallery Update: ‘Miss Sloane’ Screencaptures

29 June 2017
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Hey everyone, so sorry as I’ve had these done for months but I forgot to upload them. I’ve updated the gallery with over 400 high quality screencaptures of Gugu as Esme Manucharian in Miss Sloane.

   

News: Gugu Joins ‘Farming’

05 May 2017
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Kate Beckinsale, Gugu Mbatha-Raw and rising star Damson Idris (star of John Singelton’s upcoming FX series Snowfall) will star in Farming, a story based on the life of Nigerian-British actor Adewale Akinnuoye-Agbaje.

In the 1960s through 1980s, Nigerian children were farmed out to white working class families in the UK and as they were in private foster care many of them were never registered with social services making them invisible to the authorities. Growing up in white communities across the country these children slowly lost their cultural identity and many were never reunited with their parents.

Idris will play a young Nigerian boy, “farmed out” by his parents to a white British family in the hope of giving him a better future. Instead, Enitan grows up to become the feared leader of a white skinhead gang in 1980s England. Beckinsale plays the self-serving foster mother Ingrid. When all seems lost and Enitan spirals into self-destruction, a benevolent teacher (Mbatha-Raw) offers him one last chance at redemption. [Source]