Venice Festival: “Wilde Salome” Photocall

Jessica is currently in Venice promoting some of her movies, and today was the Wilde Salome screening. I added the first batch of HQ pictures from the photocall. Check it: Appearances & Events > 2011 > The 68th Venice International Film Festival – Wilde Salome Photocall – September 04th, 2011

Venice: Wilde Salome Review

Venice ‘11 Review: Al Pacino’s ‘Wilde Salome’ An Oddity Dominated By Titanic Jessica Chastain Turn But there’s one principle reason to see “Wilde Salome,” and the clue is in the second part of the title. Pacino (and, we assume, Parsons) can claim bragging rights on Jessica Chastain, who plays the title role in the production; she was cast in the

Gucci Award for Women in Cinema

Jessica is everywhere, and this is a true statement. While I was wondering why she didn’t attended “The Help” screening today at Deauville festival in Paris, she was in Italy attending the 2011 Gucci Award For Women In Cinema Awards Ceremony, in Venice. I have found only two pictures so far, but I hope more will be available soon. Appearances

Jessica in Paris

Today is the opening of 37th Deauville Film Festival in Paris. The Help and Take Shelter is being presented at this festival, and Jessica was already seen being flawless at Paris streets. Even if we don’t post candids here, this pictures are really worth seeing. Let’s hope Jessica’s pictures at red carpet surfaces soon. Candids > 2011 > Paris –

Jessica Chastain is a LA Times Scene Stealer

Jessica Chastain is featured as a LA Times Magazine Scene Stealer. Jessica Chastain Between the red hair and those girl-next-door good looks, Chastain hails more from the Nicole Kidman School of Sexy than the Jennifer Lopez Bombshell Academy. Sure, she can do the retro-glam thing (you no doubt saw her as curvy newcomer Celia Foote in The Help or the

Chastain’s performance is the soul of ‘The Debt’

“The Debt” is a remake of the 2007 Israeli film “Ha-Hov.” Working from a screenplay by Matthew Vaughn, Jane Goldman and Peter Straughan, director John Madden (“Shakespeare in Love”) delivers a film that works as a spy story but also raises provocative questions about what happens when creating a national myth requires taking liberties with the facts. Although Mirren is

Former unknown model now a rising star

A few months ago, she was unknown. Now she’s ubiquitous. Jessica Chastain isn’t yet a household name, but the 30-year-old California native and Julliard graduate has turned 2011 into a remarkable cinematic coming-out party. It started with Terrence Malick’s adventurous “The Tree of Life,” in which she played Brad Pitt’s wife and the ultimate nurturing mother figure. She’s currently on

The Debt: Review

There is a fantastic film in The Debt. With a director like John Madden behind the camera, it’s a bit surprising that he didn’t churn out something of a higher caliber, especially when there’s plenty of scenes that show signs of a competent, meticulous storyteller at work. And, sure enough, when those scenes play out – a tense train station

‘The Help’ Passes $100M Domestically

DreamWorks’ “The Help” helped itself to the $100 million mark at the domestic box office, the studio announced Wednesday. The $25 million period drama has been one of the summer’s surprise breakout hits, winning the domestic box office during its second and third weekends of release. “We went from opening not No. 1 to being No. 1, which is unusual

First look at “Wilde Salome”

It was released today a sneak peek of “Wilde Salome”, because Venice Film Festival kicking off tomorrow – Wilde Salome will be marking its only fest appearance this fall. Wilde Salome invites audiences into the world of Al Pacino as never before, offering a deeply intimate portrayal of the cinema’s greatest icon, playing his most demanding role: himself and King