Deadline is reporting that Jessica, Benedict Cumberbatch, Emma Stone and Charlie Hunnam signed on to Guillermo del Toro’s next movie “Crimson Peak“.
Benedict Cumberbatch, Jessica Chastain, Emma Stone and Charlie Hunnam have signed on to star in Legendary Pictures’ haunted house thriller Crimson Peak, which will be the next movie to be directed by Guillermo del Toro and is set to begin shooting in January 2014. Del Toro originally wrote the ghost story script with frequent collaborator Matthew Robbins and had set it up at Universal; he now is giving it a rewrite with Lucinda Coxon. Legendary will produce and be a participating financing partner, with Universal retaining an option to also finance at a later date. Legendary is also behind del Toro’s Pacific Rim, which is due out July 12 via Warner Bros. Warners will likely distribute Crimson Peak via its deal with Legendary.
Today is Jessica Chastain’s birthday, and we would like to wish her a very happy birthday! We hope she spends a great day with her lovely ones, and the year ahead brings her lots of success and happiness.
Last month we did a Birthday Book to collect messages from her fans, to be sent to her today. You still can place your messages on it, I will be addressing the page to her and the site will not collect any new messages by tomorrow. Come say your birthday wishes to her!
We added the site exclusive scans of Jessica’s interview in Instyle’s March 2013 issue (with the Wizard of Oz Ladies on the cover) in our gallery. She did an interview for the ‘Beauty Talk’ feature of the magazine to promote YSL Manifesto.
The New York Post is reporting that Jessica is front runner to play the lead in Warner Bros’ adaption of “Tarzan”. I’m not sure how reliable this is, but it could be an interesting project for Jessica.
Jessica Chastain, Queen of the Jungle? The overworked actress and recent Oscar nominee is said to be the first choice to play Jane in a new version of “Tarzan,” reports The Post’s Richard Johnson. Alexander Skarsgard is reportedly in the running to play the title character in the Warner Bros. reboot. In this story, the jungle boy is fully assimilated to life in London when Queen Victoria asks him to investigate troubles in the Congo. Samuel L. Jackson is rumored to play an ex-mercenary who helps Tarzan save the Congo from a vicious warlord. David Yates, who helmed four “Harry Potter” movies, will direct.