It seems Amy Adams is turned into a Chastainer, like us all.
Reading a bit of her Vanity Fair covershoot interview, she did a brief mention on Jessica, naming her “One of the most amazing actress”. Now, on her most recent interview to New York Times, she was more specific:
Mammoth superhero franchises aside, if she had her choice of future projects, she’d collaborate with the actor Jessica Chastain, whom she said she adores.
“I want to find something where we can play sisters,” she said. “We can do a chain thing: You write one scene, I’ll write another, and we’ll send it back and forth while I’m doing ‘Superman.’ ”
I’m all open to it, what about you?
Jessica is featured on December issue of GQ Spain, the one with Michael Fassbender on cover. On the issue they’re talking about redheads, and you’ll find digital scans in our gallery, and soon the translated article in our press archive.
As you can see, we have a new layout up here at the main site, and in our gallery. It features the beautiful photoshoot Jess did to promote YSL Manifesto and I tried to make it as clean and loading faster is possible. Not mobile friendly – yet – but maybe someday.
Let me know if you find any errors. And a huge thanks to Ray for the theme base.
Oscar Isaac signed to replace Javier Barden in the upcoming ‘A Most Violent Year’, which will be directed by ‘All Is Lost’ director J.C. Chandor.
“It’s really neat because Jessica was pushing Oscar because they were classmates at Juilliard,” Chandor added. “And he literally is this character,” the filmmaker said of the actor, who was born in Guatemala to a Guatemalan mother and Cuban father who immigrated to America and raised him in Miami.
Isaac, who is earning raves for his performance in the Coen Brothers-helmed Llewyn Davis, has seen his stock rise in recent months, fielding a flurry of plum role offers. He recently turned down the role of Ramses in Ridley Scott’s Exodus.
Neal Dodson and Anna Gerb are producing A Most Violent Year, which is based on an original screenplay by Chandor. [THR]
Set in 1981, when violence and corruption in New York City ran rampant, story follows the ambitious owner of an oil company who must protect his business and his family from his competitors as they violently try to run him out of business. The film finds him and his wife crossing paths with high-powered lawyers, wealthy bankers, dangerous teamsters and a shady district attorney.
Participant Media is planning to finance the film, which is expected to start production in January in New York. FilmNation is handling worldwide sales.
Exciting much? The Hobbit: The Desolation of Smaug opens next December 13!