Gemma Arterton let the 'RocknRolla' crew stare at her breasts.The actress says she quickly adapted to filming in a male-dominated environment after previously working on a nearly-all female movie. The 22-year-old said: "'RocknRolla' was properly boys' own. I'd just done 'St. Trinians', so I was like, 'Oh, there aren't any girls.'"I came on set and I, literally, was the totty. I had tight jeans on and a tight top with a push-up bra. Everybody was like, 'A girl?!' and talking to me at boob height. I thought, 'I'll let you off, as you haven't had any boobs to stare at for a while.'"Sometimes it's nice to be around blokes though, because I don't fuss too much about hair and make-up and neither do they? It's quite tiring when you've got loads of girls 'Oh, I don't want that in my hair.' "Gemma also revealed working on new James Bond movie, 'Quantum of Solace' struck a happy medium between the "screaming girls" on the 'St. Trinians' set and the macho environment of the Guy Ritchie-directed 'RocknRolla'.She added: "On 'Bond' it was fine. Although I didn't get any time with Olga there were plenty of girls in the crew. In my next project, 'Prince of Persia: The Sands of Time' I'm the only girl in the whole film. It's a boy's world, but I'm quite cool with that."

'Quantum of Solace', which also stars Daniel Craig as James Bond, Olga Kurylenko and Mathieu Amalric is released on October 31.