Female First | New Interview

Gillian spoke to Female First about her new movie The Stolen:

"Starring in new Western adventure The Stolen alongside the likes of Alice Eve and Graham McTavish, Gillian MacGregor is an actress that seems to be consistently going from strength to strength. We got the chance to chat with her all about the film, as well as women in the movie business and the future."

Read the full interview here.

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Flickering Myth | New Interview

Gillian chatted to Flickering Myth about The Stolen, what it was like filming in New Zealand and her experiences filming this sweeping, cinematic movie:

"Working with Alice Eve and Jack Davenport was great. It’s always interesting to see how other actors approach things and the cast was enormous on this one so there were so many opportunities to learn. The characters are so varied and from all over the world, with different backgrounds, and the actors gave it their all to bring them to life. It was also amazing to be a part of another project with a great female lead and, actually, so many women in general."

Read the full interview here.

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Comic Con | The Stolen panel and exclusive clip

Gillian joined The Stolen director & co-writer Niall Johnson and producer, co-writer & actress Emily Corcoran for a panel at MCM London Comic Con last weekend. 

The exclusive panel was hosted by “Life of Action” author Mike Fury who led the discussion on the film from concept to completion, complete with an exclusive action packed clip 

The Stolen is released in cinemas 3rd November 2017 from Ascendant Releasing

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HeyUGuys | New Interview

Gillian chatted to HeyUGuys about her role in The Stolen, her previous projects and how she felt being a part of a movie that is playing a part in dismantling cinematic stereotypes:

"The portrayal of women on screen is a hot topic at the moment and it’s great to see many high profile women making this an ongoing point of discussion.  Although it feels like there are more opportunities now, I think we still have such a long way to go in terms of equal representation so a film like this was so attractive to me.  I’ve been lucky enough to play some brilliant, strong characters and Heather is a great one to add to the collection!  There are definitely fewer roles for women in film in general yet here we had a script with many distinct, nuanced female parts."

Read the full interview here.

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The Stolen at MCM London Comic Con
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MCM London Comic Con has announced an exclusive cast and filmmaker panel for new western adventure, The Stolen, in UK cinemas from 3rd November 2017.

Charlotte Lockton (Alice Eve, Star Trek Into Darkness, Men in Black 3) has settled in New Zealand with her wealthy husband in 1860. But her life's dreams are shattered when he's murdered on their farm and her baby son is kidnapped. After paying a ransom and frustrated with the authorities, she decides to track him down, and so begins her journey through the wilds of an untamed New Zealand. She's forced to join a convoy of ex-convicts, whores, hustlers and a native Maori warrior heading for the rough mining community of Gold Town. There she meets Joshua McCullen (Jack Davenport, Pirates of the Caribbean, Kingsman: The Secret Service), the owner of the mining town: a man who is key to uncovering the truth behind the disappearance of her son, forcing her to fight for what she holds most dear. 

Directed by Niall Johnson (White Noise, Mum's List), the movie co-stars Graham McTavish (Preacher, Outlander), Emily Corcoran (Mars), Gillian MacGregor (Beyond, Street Fighter: Resurrection), Cohen Holloway (Hunt for the Wilderpeople, Top of the Lake), Stan Walker (Hunt for the Wilderpeople) and Richard O'Brien (The Rocky Horror Picture Show, The Crystal Maze).

This exclusive panel includes Niall Johnson, Emily Corcoran, Gillian MacGregor and is hosted by "Life of Action" author Mike Fury, with exclusive clips from the film. 

The Stolen is released in cinemas 3rd November 2017 from Ascendant Releasing

The panel takes place on 28th October. For more information and tickets click here

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New Still from The Stolen
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A new still has been released from upcoming western, The Stolen. It features the women who help Charlotte Lockton (Alice Eve) on her difficult journey through the wilds of an untamed New Zealand in the 1860s. Left to right: Flamenco (Mikaela Rüegg) Heather (Gillian MacGregor) and Honey (Emily Corcoran). The film is released in cinemas November 2017. 

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