Back in 2011, James Franco decided to make a project based on Pulitzer prize-winning poet CK Williams’ collection. The film would be named Tar, and joined on its cast James himself, Mila Kunis, Jessica Chastain, Henry Hopper, and Zach Braff. After four years the film was released (on UK under the name Forever Love, and on US under the name The Color of Time), and I have added screencaptures in our gallery, plus three scenes with Jessica in our video archive.
Jessica made an appearance on The Graham Norton Show in London last week to promote “A Most Violent Year”. Sir David Attenborough, Harry Hill, Gary Lineker, and McBusted also made a guest appearance to promote their own projects. The episode originally aired last Friday (January 23) and we have added the high definition screencaptures and videos – in 3 parts – of the full appearance in our video archive.
I finally was able to watch The Disappearance of Eleanor Rigby: Him/Her and I have to say: what a work! Very unique, amazing acted… it became one of my favourite Jessica’s film so far. You can already watch The Disappearance of Eleanor Rigby: Them on iTunes. DVD/Blu-Ray containing all three versions are already available for pre-order, will be out next February 3rd!
Added photos of Jessica earlier today attending the “A Most Violent Year” photocall in London:
Our gallery has being updated this past days without we announcing it here at the main page. Several additional photos of Jessica at the Critics Choice, and some new photoshoots was added. I’d like to point some gorgeous pictures our friend Bella from FoyBrasil.com sent of Jessica and Mackenzie during the Critics Choice. Check it:
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.
You can check over 200 HQ pictures (on our first batch) in our gallery: