Critics Choice Awards 2013

Jessica looks gorgeous in a Prada dress while arriving the red carpet at the 2013 Critics Choice Awards. She won the Best Actress award for her work on Zero Dark Thirty, so, congratulations Jessica!

Check some pictures in our gallery:

David Letterman and Kelly & Michael Videos Added

It took me a while but finally you can find in our video archive the interviews Jessica did this week to David Letterman and Kelly & Michael, both promoting Zero Dark Thirty. Screen captures on both videos are up as well in the gallery.

Jessica made sure to tell Letterman that “Zero Dark Thirty” isn’t a documentary, which seems people may have forgotten. Also it was cute her begging for not going to jail. Click on the images to be directed to our video archive – and the videos itself.

A huge thanks to my friend Haylie for recording Kelly & Michael for us.

Jessica Chastain Receives Her Second Oscar Nomination

The nominations for the 85th Annual Academy Awards are announced as we speak – and Jessica Chastain just received one for Best Actress for Zero Dark Thirty. Huge congratulations for Jess for this well deserved nomination.

Zero Dark Thirty also received nominations for Original Screenplay and Best Movie.

Live with Kelly and Michael Arrivals

Jessica made an appearance at “Live with Kelly and Michael” yesterday morning in New York to promote “Zero Dark Thirty”. We added the first photos of her arriving at the studios in our gallery.

National Board of Review

The first pictures of Jessica at the “National Board of Review” red carpet, which she has won the Best Actress award, has been added. Check it:

New York Film Critics and more

Yesterday was a busy day to Jess, since she was guest at David Letterman, attended a “Mama” screening on New York and also the New York Film Critics Awards. I have over 200 additional HQ pictures added to the gallery, as you can check the previews below:

New “Mama” Featurette

Universal Pictures has debuted, via iTunes Movie Trailers, a new behind-the-scenes featurette that focuses on the upcoming Mama.

GQ Photoshoot Add-Ons

On my latest spam-ish update by now I have added HQ sized photos of Jessica on her GQ photoshoot. Older tagged images was also replaced. Enjoy!

“InStyle UK” Behind the Scenes

Here’s the InStyle making of video with Jessica on her most current magazine cover shoot:

The Oscar Wrap: The Lonely Hunter

Jessica Chastain, Kathryn Bigelow and Mark Boal did a photoshoot last month to The Wrap, to cover their “Oscar Wrap” issue. You can find the digital scans in our gallery, as well a nice behind the scenes video with the photo shoot session below.

Jessica was interviewed as well, and she talk a little about Maya and her experience shooting “Zero Dark Thirty”. Check some excerpts and go to our gallery for the full interview:

STEVE POND For months while Zero Dark Thirty was shooting, people assumed that you were playing a supporting role to the guys who brought down bin Laden. Now it turns out that you’re the lead.
JESSICA CHASTAIN I hated not being able to tell anybody about who I was playing. Most people assumed I was playing Joel Edgerton’s wife. You think that
in a movie like this, the girl is going to be the wife, and anytime anyone made that assumption I’d think to myself, That’s so not true. But I couldn’t say anything. And I’m terrible at keeping secrets.

And now you can say some things…but not everything, right?
I know things about the real woman that I can’t say. I did not meet her, but I did a lot of research and talked to a lot of people who were involved. But it’s difficult because there are active members of the CIA depicted in this movie, and it’s very important to protect them. It’s a major concern to all of us that this woman, whom I see as a great hero, not be punished because of this story coming to light.

Is much of your characterization based on the real person?
A lot of it is, but I had to fill in a lot of blanks. I was really moved by the idea of
this girl being so driven, yet becoming almost nothing. So the voice I use, the hair changes and the costume changes, those are all deliberate choices. When we first see her there’s femininity, a youthfulness. The colors are warm, and then as the movie goes on I wanted to make her sexless. It’s the sense that she’s become nothing except for this project.