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You may know Jessica from her roles in movies as Take Shelter, Coriolanus, Mama, Lawless, or the acclaimed Tree of Life, Zero Dark Thirty and The Help.

Jessica has first appeared on the public eyes during 2011 Cannes, when a very shy and beautiful redhead was being guided by Brad Pitt and Sean Penn on the red carpet. In a few months her career exploded, with seven movies being released in sequel and her first Oscar nomination coming right after. Today, it's nearly impossible you never have heard about her.

Our goal is to provide fans an up to date source for Miss Chastain with news, a comprehensive content, and a picture gallery with over 30.000 paparazzi free pictures and counting. Thank you for visiting!
8
Sep

8
Sep

Benedict Cumberbatch is on TIFF and during an interview to Yahoo Movies, it was mentioned to him that Jessica has Ophelia on her wish-list roles.

“I’ve never played Ophelia,” she told Yahoo Movies. “I always thought I’d play Ophelia. And it’s probably not now in my future…it’s a strange thing for theater with actresses, because you kind of grow away from a role.”

His reaction was the best one possible!

“She’s terrific! She can come and join our party if she wants. She hasn’t aged out of our production. I’m an older Hamlet, and we can all be contemporaries in the young world of that play. You give her a call. Call her up and see if she’s that interested in playing Ophelia now. I don’t think it’s an age thing, Jess. It would be lovely for us!”

So, it’s never late! What do you think?

7
Sep

The Daily Beast has published an amazing interview with Jessica and James McAvoy, to promote The Disappearance of Eleanor Rigby: Them.

It was, all things considered, a leap of faith. Two years ago, Jessica Chastain, fresh off her Oscar nomination for The Help, and James McAvoy, just after the release of X-Men: First Class, signed on to a sprawling New York love story helmed by a first-time director by the name of Ned Benson. Now, Benson was a longtime friend of Chastain’s, but still, his filmmaking chops were unproven, to say the least.

The end result is The Disappearance of Eleanor Rigby—a 3-hour-plus story of Eleanor Rigby (Chastain) and Conor Ludlow (McAvoy), a young, married couple in New York who become estranged following the death of their infant child, and Eleanor’s subsequent suicide attempt. The film is told from the individual P.O.V.’s of each character, as Eleanor tries to reacclimate to the world by taking classes with a Cooper Union professor (Viola Davis) and receives advice from her concerned parents (Isabelle Huppert, William Hurt), while Conor tries to take his mind off things by diving headfirst into his struggling restaurant, all the while pining for Eleanor and trying to win her back.

And, in classic Weinstein Co. fashion, the film has a unique release strategy, with the compressed two-hour cut of The Disappearance of Eleanor Rigby: Them opening Sept. 12, followed by the individual films The Disappearance of Eleanor Rigby: Him, and The Disappearance of Eleanor Rigby: Her, opening Oct. 10, for three films total. I had the pleasure of seeing the full, 3+ hour cut, and it’s a gripping portrait of the struggle inherent in the loss of a great love.

7
Sep

Jessica did a great interview to The Guardian, specially to promote Salome/Wilde Salome which is going to screen in a double-bill on September 21 at the BFI Southbank in London(For participating cinemas and to buy tickets, visit cinestage.co.uk/salome). Check it:

This autumn belongs to Jessica Chastain, who stars in four of the season’s Oscar contenders, directed by the likes of Al Pacino, Guillermo Del Toro and Christopher Nolan. But what she really wants is a cape

Jessica Chastain would like a table at the back. She’s on a tight schedule, and in 10 minutes she’ll need to take a call to discuss “an issue” with “a studio”. “I’m not happy with the way a distribution plan is going,” she says, not rattled, just frank – happy, even. For another actor, such a call might be a windmill-tilt, but Chastain’s knack for picking prestige projects indicates a star with clout.

She has been on an almost flawless run (she pulled out of 2013’s Diana biopic) since 2011, AKA The Year of Jessica Chastain, when audiences saw her in The Help, Take Shelter, The Debt, Coriolanus and The Tree of Life. That was topped by a weekend in January 2013 when she became the first female actor in half a century to star in both the No 1 and No 2 movies at the US box office (Mama and Zero Dark Thirty). That same month, she landed her second Oscar nomination in as many years. This machine-like – and on the face of it rather frightening – rate of productivity was in fact an accident: projects that had been shot years apart ended up getting released back-to-back. Though she will admit to a certain work ethic. “I feel like I’m being drawn in so many directions,” she says. “I make so many films.”

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7
Sep

The premiere of ‘Miss Julie’ is currently happening in Toronto, and you can see now the first pictures of Jessica looking gorgeous in Dior:

7
Sep

Jessica arrived yesterday in Toronto, to promote Miss Julie, and attended the InStyle’s annual Toronto Film Festival party with the Hollywood Foreign Press Association. I have a few pictures of her, looking amazing, in our galleryg:

7
Sep

6
Sep

The Oscar-nominated actress and her director, Ned Benson, tell TheWrap about final edits to the acclaimed film

When it was first suggested that the theatrical release of the unique, twin-experience of “The Disappearance of Eleanor Rigby: His and Her” might require a distillation of two complementing films into a more traditional single narrative release, Jessica Chastain was less than pleased.

“I was very upset,” she remembers, offering as blunt a statement as possible through her perpetual, off-camera smile. “For me, it was absolute agony. Torture, just the most miserable experience, the idea that we were combining both of the films.”

“That is all honesty,” Chastain insists. “I was completely shocked and scared because Cassandra [Kulukundis], Ned [Benson], Jess [Weixler], and James [McAvoy], we all went into this project knowing and loving that it would be Him and Her, the male and female versions, and fighting to get it made as that. We loved the reception we got in Toronto, so then I was confused, like why is there talk about another version?”

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THE DISAPPEARANCE OF ELEANOR RIGBY: HIS / HER
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On this double feature, Jessica and James McAvoy are a New York couple telling their relationship by the husband or wife point of view.
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TAR
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On this James Franco film, Jessica is CK Williams mother, in a poetic road trip through his life.
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INTERSTELLAR
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A group of explorers make use of a newly discovered wormhole to surpass the limitations on human space travel and conquer the vast distances involved in an interstellar voyage.
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MISS JULIE
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An adaptation of August Strindberg play, it follows a woman trying to escape an existence crampedby social mores who is suddenly drawn to a senior servant.
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CRIMSON PEAK
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Jessica reteams with Guillermo del Toro on a haunted house film, also co-star with Mia Wasikowska, Tom Hiddlestom and Charlie Hunnam
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A MOST VIOLENT YEAR
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Jessica teams with Oscar Isaac on this JC Chandor film
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THE ZOOKEEPER'S WIFE
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