Jessica was gorgeous in a Carl Kapp green dress today, while attending the 2016 National Board of Review Awards Gala in New York. She was in attendance to support her movie The Martian, which was named one of the Top 10 Films of the Year. Her co-star Matt Damon won the Best Actor award and director Ridley Scott won the award for Best Director.
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The Academy of Science Fiction, Fantasy & Horror films on Tuesday announced the nominees for the 2015 Saturn Awards. The awards, which honor achievements in science fiction, fantasy, and horror in film and television, will be presented on June 25. Interstellar received a total of 10 nominations, including Best Supporting Actress to Jessica!
Best Supporting Actress in a Film
Jessica Chastain, Interstellar
Scarlett Johansson, Captain America: The Winter Soldier
Evangeline Lily, The Hobbit: The Battle of the Five Armies
Rene Russo, Nightcrawler
Emma Stone, Birdman
Meryl Streep, Into the Woods
Also, A Most Violent Year received a nomination for Best Independent Film Release. Check on Entertainment Weekly the full list of nominees.
Pictures of Jessica arriving at the Spirit Awards, being held right now in Santa Monica, California, has been added. Jessica is nominated as Best Supporting Actress for her work in A Most Violent Year. Good luck to her! Check back later for a lot more.
Jessica attended yesterday the 20th Annual Critics’ Choice Movie Awards that took place at the Hollywood Palladium in Los Angeles. She was nominated as best supporting actress for her work on A Most Violent Year and also received the very first Most Valuable Player award, celebrating the diversity of roles she did in 2014.
And talking about diversity, Jessica delivered a very moving speech – after all the blacklash The Academy received for its lack of diversity on this year’s nominations – talking about diversity in Hollywood.
Today is Martin Luther King Jr.’s birthday. So it’s got me thinking about our need to build the strength of diversity in our industry and to stand together against homophobic, sexist, misogynistic, anti-Semitic and racist agendas. I’m an optimist. And I can’t help but feel hopeful about the future of film, especially looking at all these beautiful people in this room. Martin Luther King Jr. said, our lives begin to end the day we become silent about things that matter. And I would like to encourage everyone in this room to please speak up.
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