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Comic- Con 2015: Videos

The interviews the cast did at the Comic-Con is already being published. Check below some of them:

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Crimson Peak SDCC Panel

The complete Comic-Con panel for Crimson Peak has been published on Youtube and you can watch it below, thanks to our fellow partners at tom-hiddleston.com for the heads up!

“Crimson Peak” Cast Interview to IGN

Bryce Dallas Howard: “I Am Not Jessica Chastain: The Musical”

Jessica Chastain seems to be everywhere this year: rattling around a haunted house in Crimson Peak, shooting off into outer space in The Martian, running from dinos in Jurassic World. The operative word there being “seems.” Jurassic World actually stars Bryce Dallas Howard, not Jessica Chastain, though a great many people seem unable to tell the difference.

To prove once and for all that they’re two separate people — and to help everyone figure out which is which — Howard and Chastain have taken to social media to unleash a friendly musical reminder. Watch the video musical below:

I hope fans who was mad at me for not covering Jurassic Park can now forgive me? HA.

Off Camera with Sam Jones, featuring Jessica Chastain

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!


Live with Michael and Kelly Oscar Special

To celebrate the Oscar weekend, Kelly and Michael aired on their talk show a special clip with some award nominees/winners talking about their memories from the Oscar. Jessica is one of them, and you can watch the video in our archive thanks to my friend Colleen who recorded it for us.

“The Color of Time” Screen Captures

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.

The Graham Norton Show

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.

Jimmy Kimmel Live Videos and Photos

Jessica appeared last Tuesday (13) on Jimmy Kimmel Live for a very funny (as usual) interview to promote A Most Violent Year. On it, the host brought out an “old commercial,” which the two of them filmed together for Wrigley Gum back in 1983. OK, well it’s not actually real, but the point still stands. And pretty much the clip is the most inappropriate, but hilarious of Jimmy Kimmel’s skits to date.

In the parody video, the two teach us plebs the proper way to chew a piece of gum—or manage the “load”. Jessica, who is dressed in a ridiculous retro outfit, scrunchie and all, shows what not to do with the gum. However, she soon learns how to properly handle the load in her mouth, and begins to do fun activities with a mustached Kimmel.

Check the full video in our archive, screen captures added in our gallery, and also high quality promotional images thanks to Claudia.

Watch: 20 Minutes interview to VOST Cinéma

Jessica was interviewed by French VOST Cinéma (from Cinéma Canal +) to promote A Most Violent Year. Watch it: