W Magazine and Audi Celebrating the Golden Globes

Check in our gallery pictures of Jessica last night at Audi celebration and also the W Magazine ‘The Best Performances Portfolio’ celebration.

Watch: 20 Minutes interview to VOST Cinéma

Jessica was interviewed by French VOST Cinéma (from Cinéma Canal +) to promote A Most Violent Year. Watch it:

Jessica Chastain’s Cinematic Crush

Once again, W Magazine invited Jessica to talk about her cinematic crush on their Screen Test’s series. This time, she’s talking about Elvis:

Jessica is featured on Entertainment Weekly Magazine

Jessica is featured on January 16 issue of Entertainment Weekly, in a very nice talk about – of course – A Most Violent Year and her other past roles and about her earlier life. Check digital scans up in our gallery and grab your own copy now, EW will hit stands tomorrow.

Jessica on Crowe’s Comments About Ageism in Hollywood

In a controversial interview to Australian Women’s Weekly, Russell Crowe stated that “woman who is saying that [the roles have dried up] is the woman who at 40, 45, 48 still wants to play the ingénue, can’t understand why she’s not being cast as the 21-year-old.”

Last night, during a chat with Cosmopolitan on the red carpet, Jessica responded it.

I think Russell keeps getting his foot stuck in his mouth,” she said with a laugh. There are some incredible actresses in their 50s and 60s that are not getting opportunities in films, and for someone to say there are plenty of roles for women that age … [that] is not someone who’s going to the movie theater.

[There’s] a huge difference between male roles and female roles, and there are a lot of great actresses out there that I wish I could see in more films.

How can one not love her?

National Board of Review Gala Honoring 2014 Winners

Jessica, Oscar Isaac and JC Chandor attended last night the National Board of Review Gala, to receive their awards for A Most Violent Year. You have over 300 HQ pictures added in our gallery:

Jessica on cover of Rhapsody magazine

Back in November, Jessica was on cover of United Airlines magazine Rhapsody, in order to promote Interstellar. Featuring the beautiful photoshoot she did to Manifesto, the issue has 8 pages with a great interview. Check scans up in our gallery:

Magazines Cover-Up: Empire, EW and Total Film

A Most Violent Year – and, of course, Jessica – are featured in some magazines from this earlier 2015. Entertainment Weekly has on its first issue of 2015 reviews from AMVY plus Miss Julie. Empire bring us AMVY and also feature Jessica as one of the year performers. And the February issue of Total Film has a feature on Jessica, AMVY in review and a special feature with Crimson Peak, with no new picture of Jess but you now can find the already released still in high quality at the gallery.

Jessica and Oscar Isaac for Yahoo Style

Yahoo Style published today this photoshoot featuring Jessica and Oscar Isaac, in order to promote A Most Violent Year.

Chastain has been hailed as a director’s darling, a chameleon-like talent who can shape shift into any character. So when Chandor was casting about for a male lead he solicited Chastain’s help. She immediately suggested Isaac, a fellow Julliard School graduate who was a virtual unknown until he made his star turn in the Coen brothers’ Inside Llewellyn Davis in 2013. “We had never acted together in school— he was a few years behind me— but I always wanted to do something with him,” she says.

Their thespian chops are on full display in A Most Violent Year. The film may be subtle (the violence is mostly alluded to), but both give powerhouse performances. Chastain is razor sharp as the cigarette-smoking, ice queen while Isaac, who said it was hard to grasp the part (“I know nothing about business and the heating oil business seemed so boring…”), nails it as a conflicted man struggling to obtain the American Dream.

Read the full article at Yahoo Style

Jessica is featured on W Magazine’s Best Performances

W Magazine released today their Movie Issue covers and best performances from 2014, and Jessica is one of them!

She’s featured inside in a picture taken by Tim Walker, and is, once again, quoted talking about gender equality in Hollywood.

Jessica Chastain in A Most Violent Year and Interstellar
“The part I play in Interstellar was originally written ?for a man. It was about a father and son, rather than a father and daughter. When Christopher Nolan, the director, switched the gender, I don’t think much about the character changed. And that shows you that Hollywood could easily take more chances with female characters: Men and women aren’t that different.”