The Summer issue of Total Film has an insight on all films opening this summer season, including The Martian and Crimson Peak. Check digital scans up in our gallery.
Category Archives: Magazine Scans
Once again Jess is cover of InStyle, on its UK issue this time. Photoshoot is a reprint of US issue from January, but you can find the whole scans in our gallery anyway:
Back in March, Jessica attended the Jameson Empire Award 2015 and the magazine has on its June issue a highlight of the event, with a small interview of Jessica, Henry Cavill and Christopher Nolan. Check scans added in our gallery.
Back in November 2014 Jessica guest starred in an episode of ‘Off Camera with’ by photographer Sam Jones, that originally aired on DirecTV’s Audience channel. The episode is now available via the Official Off Camera Website and it came with an exclusive (and limited) print run edition with interview and pictures. The magazine can also be acquired on their official online shop.
To celebrate Jessica’s birthday updating the site with something special, I’ve acquired the episode and print myself and added screencaptures/digital scans in our gallery. Enjoy!
Jessica is feautured on February 2nd issue of People Magazine. She’s talking about her (difficult) road to success and digital scans are added to our gallery, thanks to Ali from nicolekidman.us. Also the February issue of Mexican InStyle reprinted the January US issue (with a different cover) and you can find now digital scans in our gallery as well.
Jessica is gracing the cover of this saturday’s Telegraph UK Magazine. The magazine cover, photoshoot outtakes and official BTW photos have been added in our gallery. An excerpt of the interview can be found below.
After a slow–burning start to her career, Jessica Chastain is on fire. Interview by Celia Walden.
In the corner booth of a clattering beachside restaurant in Santa Monica, California, Jessica Chastain is playing dead. Her pupils are static, and beneath her grey cashmere jumper her diaphragm has stopped moving. ‘You see how I pufed out my chest and just held it there?’ she says, pinging back to life with a smile. ‘It’s actually quite hard.’ A dead body in a pilot for a goingnowhere TV show called The Evidence was one of Chastain’s first roles – memorable because ‘there was no acting at all. I was literally just lying there on the street in San Francisco in the cold and the rain. Six months later they brought me back to lie in the street again, but even then I never thought, I need to do a diferent job. I was still so excited about it.’
Eight years on, Chastain, 37, is in two Oscar–contending films, Christopher Nolan’s dystopian sci–fiepic Interstellar and JC Chandor’s A Most Violent Year (for which she is up for a Golden Globe tomorrow), was on the cover of a recent Time magazine and is the face of an Yves Saint Laurent fragrance. Since we last met two years ago she has won a Golden Globe and been nominated for an Oscar for her role as Maya, the intrepid CIA agent in Kathryn Bigelow’s Zero Dark Thirty. I am expecting her to have developed a hard shell of success and to have lost the easy, high–school giggle I found so appealing the first time I interviewed her. I am wrong. Chastain arrives alone; she is open and speaks with such a nerdy enthusiasm for A Most Violent Year that she trips over her own words trying to describe what playing Anna Morales – the flinty wife of a heating–oil company proprietor – meant to her.