This past week we’ve seen several TV Spots being flooded on our timelines and below you can see the last one, which is also extended running time. The final trailer was already classified and it’s reported (but not officially confirmed) to be attached at The Gone Girl (on theaters next October 2nd). Check in our gallery additional posters and also the high quality version of the Empire released images.
Jessica is on the cover of November issue of Harper’s Bazaar UK, featuring a large interview and a beautiful photoshoot in which she’s wearing Valentino Couture, Armani Privé and Christian Dior Couture dresses.
This year, Jessica Chastain had a birthday party. The photographs are all over her Facebook page: Chastain playing a high-stakes game of ping-pong, bellowing into a microphone mid-karaoke, blowing out candles on her birthday cake. And finally, that classic end-of-night shot, the one when you’re drunk on love for your friends and the music’s turned up loud: Chastain has an arm in the air, eyes closed, red hair flying across her face, and she looks ready to dance until sun-up.
These moments don’t happen often. It was Chastain’s first birthday party for as long as she can remember, she says now. She hates being the centre of attention, and her life, when she’s not working, is peaceful, low-key. Chastain likes routine: a walk on the beach with her dog Chaplin; green tea; yoga. Her time is not usually frittered away in bars. It’s certainly not spent in the thick of a crowd, especially a crowd who are all there for her, singing her name. ‘I hate it when people sing “Happy Birthday” to me,’ she says, still cringing. She is, she insists, shy. To be interviewed is almost liberating because it forces her to talk in a way she wouldn’t usually, especially to a stranger. ‘Probably there are some people who feel great about themselves and don’t second-guess anything they say or do or wear, but that’s just not me.’ [Read more]
LATIMES – Jessica Chastain, Jennifer Garner and Reese Witherspoon will help hail the McConaissance.
The three actresses are among the friends and colleagues set to fete Matthew McConaughey, the 28th recipient of the American Cinematheque award, at the organization’s annual benefit gala on Oct. 21.
Late-night TV’s Jimmy Kimmel will host the event, which takes place at the Beverly Hilton in Beverly Hills. Other participants scheduled to pay tribute to the Oscar-winning actor include Cole Hauser (“Dazed and Confused”) and producer Lili Fini Zanuck (“Reign of Fire”), with additional presenters to be announced.
The nonprofit Cinematheque, which operates the Egyptian Theatre in Hollywood and the Aero Theatre in Santa Monica, named McConaughey its latest honoree in June, calling him “the epitome of what a Hollywood star should be.”
Yesterday Jessica was guest at El Hormiguero, a very popular Spanish tv show, to promote The Disappearance of Eleanor Rigby and you can now find the videos of her appearance in our archive.
The Playlist – AFI Fest has announced that “A Most Violent Year” will have its world premiere as part of the Opening Night Gala on November 6th. The red carpet beforehand will see the likes of Albert Brooks, David Oyelowo, Alessandro Nivola, Elyes Gabel and Catalina Sandino Moreno, each co-starring in a movie about an immigrant trying to make his way in a violence plagued New York City in 1981.
“A Most Violent Year” opens in limited release on December 31st.