Our gallery was updated with a few magazine publications from 2012 and 2015 that we was missing. Follow the links below to access them:
The UK issue of Vogue has some actors (Gwendoline Christie, Kathleen Kennedy, Hugh Jackman, Nicole Kidman, Alfonso Cuaron, Jessica Chastain, Jonah Hauer-King, Danny Huston, Maggie Smith, Alan Bennett, Lea Seydoux, Stanley Tucci, Samuel L Jackson, Rachel Weisz, John Goodman, Annabelle Wallis) talking about why London has eclipsed Hollywood to become the beating heart of the industry today. You will find the page featuring Jessica (while on set for The Huntsman and photographed by Mary McCartney) and the photo shoot alone in our gallery.
Finally I got my copy of W Magazine featuring Jessica on cover, and you can now find scans added in our gallery. Jessica was photographed by Steven Klein and on the editorial, Stefano Tonchi (W’s Editor in Chief) remembered his first cover as editor, five years ago, in which they selected eight unknown actresses to be photographed by Inez and Vinoodh. This magazine was published in September/10 and he mention that Jessica was a fearless redhead. “That was her first cover shoot, and when we asked her to don a short orange wig, channel and androgynous David Bowie, and French-kiss one of her colleagues, she not only accepted the challenge without any resistence, she gave a stellar performance.”
He so remembered the Art Issue, in which Jessica dedicated an entire week to collaborate with the artists that painted her.
“When I asked Chastain to be on the cover of this (current) issue, joining forces with the image-maker Steven Klein and W’s visionary Fashion and Style director, Edward Enninful, she was the first to urge us to defy convention, declaring that she is an actress, not a model. And yes, Chastain is drop-dead gorgeous, but she is definitely more than just a pretty face. As Chastain tells the editor, ‘I think of versatility as a good thing, but it does make it difficult for audiences to know you.’ Throughout the entire proccess, Chastain never expressed worry or doubt. She is the least vain person I have ever met, and her commitment to any project – small, like our shoot, or large, like a major-studio film production – is unswering and absolute.”
You can read the full editor’s letter, as well check all editorial in our gallery.
Magazine scans of the dutch Veronica Magazine have been added in our gallery which features promotion for The Martian and Crimson Peak, including an interview (in dutch) with Jessica.
Our gallery was updated with scans of Italian issue of Vanity Fair, from September. It has four pages featuring Jessica with a beautiful photoshoot. Check it:
Crimson Peak is featured on current issue of Mexican magazine Cine Premiere and the promotional images are to die for. Check digital scans added in our gallery, courtesy of our friend Gabby from tom-hiddleston.com.