Variety published today a sneak peek of the Actors on Actors conversations between Jessica and Mark Ruffalo. The full video will air next January on PBS.
Added a beautiful new photoshoot Jessica did to Time magazine. Also, an additional photo from an early session she did to the same magazine.
Jessica attended a special screening for “A Most Violent Year” last night in New York and the photos have been added in our gallery:
The Indie Spirit nominations was revealed today, and Jessica Chastain got a nomination as Best Supporting Female, for her work in A Most Violent Year. The film also got nominations as Best Screenplay and Best Editing.
BEST SUPPORTING FEMALE
Patricia Arquette, Boyhood
Jessica Chastain, A Most Violent Year
Carmen Ejogo, Selma
Andrea Suarez Paz, Stand Clear of the Closing Doors
Emma Stone, Birdman or (The Unexpected Virtue of Ignorance)
The awards ceremony is traditionally held the day before the Oscar ceremony, in the case of next year, it’s Feb. 21 on the beach in Santa Monica, Calif. and will air live on IFC at 2 PM PT/ 5 PM. ET
The Art of Discovery is a book edited by Robin Bronk and designed by typographer and award-winning art director Nancy Rouemy, which features renowned photographer Jeff Vespa’s intimate portraits and key inspirational moments and stories from Hollywood luminaries including Jessica Chastain, Nicole Kidman, Jared Leto and many others.
The book is on sale on Amazon and others, and was released last month. I added Jessica’s part in our gallery. In it, she talks about a quote of her favorite book, To Kill a Mockingbird.
You never really understand a person until you consider things from his point of view… until you climb into his skin and walk around it.
For this year’s awards season, The Envelope brought together a unique group of actresses, including rising stars breaking through to the next level and established stars breaking out into new roles and challenges, each earning some buzz for their current films.
Participating in the conversation were Jennifer Aniston from the small, personal drama “Cake” (opening in December); Emily Blunt from the musical “Into the Woods” (opening Christmas Day); Jessica Chastain from the recently released space epic “Interstellar” and the December drama “A Most Violent Year”; Gugu Mbatha-Raw from the historic drama “Belle,” which opened in May; and Shailene Woodley from June’s young adult love story “The Fault in Our Stars.”
On The Envelope website you can watch videos (unfortunately can’t be embed) from the interview, plus excerpts of the conversation moderated by Times film writers Rebecca Keegan and Mark Olsen.
I watched it twice and one time on the airplane and I was sniveling and sobbing. (laughter) Because, you know what, airplanes make you more emotional and it was really like I was loudly crying, and I didn’t realize it because I was wearing the headphones and someone told me and I was like, “Oh, my God!”
Jessica, to Shailene Woodley, about ‘The Fault in Our Stars’
Inspired by “Interstellar,” Paramount Pictures and Google Play are teaming up to develop a “time capsule” short film documentary capturing people’s precious moments of life on earth. The project is part of the film’s innovative marketing campaign, which launched in October. The campaign brings Nolan’s film and Google platforms together for one immersive experience: the “Interstellar Space Hub.”
Using platforms such as Google+, Google Play, YouTube and Google for Education, the Hub allows users to immerse themselves in the Nolan film, which opened in wide release on Nov. 7. Memories for the time capsule can be submitted on the Hub’s website through Dec. 15. Watch in our video archive an introduction for the Time Capsule with Jessica Chastain, Matthew McConaughey and Anne Hathaway.