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Jessica Chastain NetworkYour source for the talented new comer.

The Summer issue of Total Film has an insight on all films opening this summer season, including The Martian and Crimson Peak. Check digital scans up in our gallery.


This first preview promo for The Martian was released, and introduces us to crew of the Ares 3 as they head to the red planet. Jessica Chastain, Kate Mara, Michael Peña, Sebastian Stan and more serve as our guides through the ship and their mission, with Damon’s character signing off and looking forward to some deep dish pizza when he gets home. He doesn’t yet realize how good it’s going to taste after what he’s about to experience

Also featuring Jeff Daniels, Kristen Wiig, Chiwetel Ejiofor, Mackenzie Davis, Sean Bean, Donald Glover and Naomi Scott, “The Martian” opens on November 25th.


Once again Jess is cover of InStyle, on its UK issue this time. Photoshoot is a reprint of US issue from January, but you can find the whole scans in our gallery anyway:


The July issue of Empire magazine has the first look of Matt Damon on The Martian, plus an on-set exclusive for Crimson Peak (with a very brand new photo of Jessica) and also a two pages special with her C.V.


Tracking Board is reporting Jessica is set for Weinstein’s upcoming comedy “Plus One”.

Jessica Chastain has signed on to star in the two-hander comedy PLUS ONE from The Weinstein Company and Gloria Sanchez Productions. The studio is interested in Amy Schumer to play her co-star. Written by April Prosser, the story follows a woman named Rachel that finds herself lost after coming out of a long term relationship. With all of her closest friends married, she has no choice but to turn to her wild and crude acquaintance Summer to be her wing-woman and get her back into the dating scene.

Jessica Elbaum, Will Ferrell and Adam McKay are set to produce the comedy, along with Harvey Weinstein. Sources confirm that the Weinstein Co. is waiting to land a director until after Chastain’s co-star is officially cast.

The film marks a genre departure for Chastain, who has become known for her dramatic roles in The Help and Zero Dark Thirty, both of which earned her Oscar nominations. She broke into the public eye with her praised performance in the 2011 Terrence Malick drama The Tree Of Life, and has continued to solidify her A-list status with several Oscar nods and high-profile roles in the films Interstellar and A Most Violent Year. Chastain is next starring in the upcoming gothic horror Crimson Peak for director Guillermo del Toro, who served as a producer on her previous horror outing, Mama.


Jessica Chastain is Lucille Sharpe

Lucille is Thomas’ older sister. “I see her as someone who actually has suffered a lot.” Chastain noted the scars on her face and back and further explained, “She had a very difficult life that she’s come from and so all she’s trying to do is preserve her happiness, because she’s a woman who’s had little happiness in her life.”

del Toro gave his cast extremely thorough character biographies and Chastain opted to share a few details from hers. She read, “‘Positives: Loyal, determined, intelligent, meticulous, decisive, observant, eloquent, artistic, passionate, sensitive, delicate, protective, unwavering. Negatives: Insular, narcissistic, violent, domineering, possessive, agoraphobic, germaphobe, vengeful, jealous, manipulative, depressive, demanding, suffocating. Secret Dreams: To never leave Allerdale Hall.’ He goes even into descriptions like, ‘Likes: The smell of good tobacco, the taste of very bitter chocolate.’”

In addition to all the character details that del Toro gave her, Chastain also did a good deal of research on her own. She recalled watching Whatever Happened to Baby Jane and Misery. “I love the idea of someone being helpless and also Kathy Bates in Misery, I actually feel for that woman when I watch the movie because you think like, ‘God, she’s so pathetic.’ And there’s something about her, she actually just wants love, so I tried to surround myself with films like that.”

Even though Lucille certainly isn’t a hero in the movie, Chastain still needed to empathize with the character and believe in what she was doing. “If someone is your everything in life and the only reason for happiness, you’re gonna be possessive of it, because to lose that is to die. I don’t see that as a negative thing in her because any negative quality that she has, everything comes from love.” She laughed and added, “Everything she does is to give love and to receive love. She might be going about it the wrong way.”

At one point in the film, Lucille plays a lullaby on the piano and Chastain was kind enough to play it for us on a keyboard she had in her trailer. And, for what it’s worth, Chastain also cryptically teased, “[Lucille] doesn’t believe in ghosts.”

Read the full report at Shock Till You Drop website.


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