Jessica attended this Tuesday the opening of Piaget first boutique in Italy, and we have some HQ pictures added:
The gallery was updated with pictures of Sandy this evening at the EW Party in Toronto. She was photographed on the red carpet with fellow Crimson Peak co-star Tom Hiddleston, with her book club friend Emily Blunt and with The Martian co-star Matt Damon, among others. Check it:
And last night TIFF also received the gala premiere for The Martian. Wearing a blue laced Gyvenchy SS16 collection, she was stunning as usual. Matt Damon, Sebastian Stan, Michael Pena, Kate Mara, Donald Glover, Jeff Daniels, Chiwetel Ejiofor, Mackenzie Davis and Sean Bean joined her on red carpet, as also director Ridley Scott.
I have collected over 200 HQ pictures, with a huge help of my friend Annie, so enjoy it!
More pics are coming, so keep checking!
Jessica attended today during the Toronto Film Festival a press conference for The Martian, joined by co-stars Matt Damon, Sebastian Stan, Michael Pena, Kate Mara, Donald Glover, Jeff Daniels, Chiwetel Ejiofor, Mackenzie Davis, Sean Bean, writer Andy Weir, screenwriter Drew Goddard and director Ridley Scott. You can watch the press conference on the player above, and pictures has been added in our gallery.
Viewers reactions for the film has being positive so far, so we’re expecting a huge promotion for the film until its release on October 2nd, 2015.
LA Times published this week a new interview with Jessica, following the upcoming release of The Martian and Crimson Peak. I also added in our gallery the portrait that accompanied the article.
In “The Martian,” in theaters Oct. 2 and based on the bestselling novel by Andy Weir, Chastain plays the leader of a NASA expedition to Mars who accidentally leaves a crew member (Matt Damon) behind and then spearheads a mission to go back and save him. Think a 21st century “Robinson Crusoe” on a planet millions of miles away, with Damon as the stranded castaway and Chastain heading up the rescue party.
A firm believer in deep research, Chastain — who grew up in Sacramento and studied acting at Juilliard — threw herself into learning everything she could about space exploration before embarking on the film, meeting with scientists and astronauts at the Jet Propulsion Laboratory in Pasadena and the Lyndon B. Johnson Space Center in Houston. “The inner geek in me went wild,” she said.
“Crimson Peak,” which hits theaters Oct. 16, shows off a far darker aspect of Chastain’s range. The actress plays Lady Lucille Sharpe, a mysterious woman with a twisted family secret who, along with her brother (Tom Hiddleston), lures a young author (Mia Wasikowska) to their crumbling, haunted estate in England for less than wholesome purposes.
Though Lucille is ostensibly the film’s villain, Chastain approached the character from a place of profound empathy, reading graveyard poetry and watching films like “Rebecca,” “Misery” and “What Ever Happened to Baby Jane?” to get in the proper mind-set. “I’d never played anyone who was so intensely lonely,” she said. “I don’t see Lucille as a monster. I have compassion for how she became what she is.”
To read the full interview, head over the LA Times website.
Last Saturday (01) Jessica attended a press conference for The Martian at The Ritz Carlton Hotel in New York, and I have a few pictures added in our gallery.