The August issue of Vogue magazine has an editorial named Fire Starter dedicated to redheads. Of course, our favorite one is there. Check scans, thanks to Fashion Scans Remastered:
Scans of Italian magazine Best Movie, featuring on set images of Crimson Peak are now up at the gallery, thanks to Claudia.
The current issue of Total Film is dedicated to Sci-Fi movies and it has a quick look on Interstellar. Sadly there’s no much info different than we already saw (the article is based on the trailer), but let’s hope they do a huge coverage when the film is about to be released. They also interviewed Jessica while in Cannes about Eleanor Rigby and Interstellar, and they have a few quotes from her.
What attracted you to Eleanor Rigby?
I read the script and was very moved by it, and when Ned Benson asked me to play Eleanor, I said: ‘I’d like to know more about her, I think also we need something about the female perspective.” I much prefer the long version of it (Him & Her), but I prefer the long version of anything. In the US it’s going to be released both ways.
What can you say about Interstellar?
Christoper Nolan is brilliant. He’s like the captain of the ship. One thing I think people will be surprised about Interstellar is it’s more emotional than you would expect it to be. It’s very warm. I like the idea of people going in and having no idea what it’s about and hopefully being surprised, and moved.
Also my friend Claudia sent in some clippings – from Cannes coverage – that you can find in our gallery as well:
Scans of People magazine digital issue has been added to the gallery. They have some gorgeous behind-the-scenes shots and Jessica’s is that one posted a few days ago, at the beach.
“I became an actress because I love movies,” said Chastain, star of the drama The Disappearance of Eleanor Rigby. She’s a festival darling not only for her performances but for her screening attendance record: “Any chance I get, I’m going into the theater.”
Digital scans of current Cannes Wrap issue can now be found in the gallery. On it, Jessica is talking about The Disappearance of Eleanor Rigby, that will premiere in Cannes tomorrow.
With a boost from Chastain’s newfound clout, Benson got enough money to shoot both movies on a tight 40-day schedule, filming scenes from one character’s perspective and then the other’s. It presented a daunting acting challenge: In one version of the story Chastain was playing her character, but in the other she was playing the McAvoy character’s impression of her, which meant that crucial details—dialogue, movement, even clothing—were different.
“It’s super-weird,” Chastain said. “I approached it like it was two different women. They’re both Eleanor, but they’re two different women. Her is ‘This is Eleanor, this is my truth, this is everything I have.’ And Him is Connor’s perception of Eleanor, which is very different.” (The Them version playing at Cannes mixes both perspectives to focus on the relationship.)
(…) “It’s a broader experience, and it gives the audience more choice,” said Benson. “But I do want to emphasize that the original two films exist exactly as they are.”
A first look of Jessica and Oscar Isaac in ‘A Most Violent Year‘ can be found on current Entertainment Weekly issue.
Oscar plays Abel, a principled gas businessman who runs up against the underworld. Luckily, his wife, Anna (Chastain), has some Brooklyn connections who might be ab;e to help when rivals start hijacking their gas trucks.
‘There are certain things Abel won’t do, [so] she thinks maybe she has to,’, says Chastain.
A Most Violent Year is set to be released this fall, eyeing the awards season. Check out the full scan in our gallery.