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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.
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The true-life tale of the tracking and killing of Osama bin Laden is depicted with intensity in director Kathryn Bigelow’s Zero Dark Thirty, and the ensemble drama’s Jessica Chastain, Jason Clarke and Kyle Chandler explain how seeing the final cut of the film carried an incredible emotional punch.
“The movie allows us to move on, I think,” Chandler tells ET’s Christina McLarty. “It shows us what happened, and how it went down, but it also takes a part of all of our lives this last decade. … At the very end I truly felt like I could exhale and go, ‘Okay, that’s over with, what’s next.’ And I think that’s really important.”
In theaters December 19, Zero Dark Thirty details the against-all-odds black ops mission to capture or kill the terrorist mastermind behind the 9/11 attacks – and the 10-year hunt to find him. Discovered in a compound in Pakistan, the Al Qaeda leader was targeted by Navy SEAL Team 6 in a deadly, high-stakes raid and killed on May 2, 2011.
“We think we know what happened, there’s a lot we don’t know, and you go in there with the people who do it,” says Clarke of the film. “It’s a very emotional piece because we’re all connected to what happened in the world.”
“I was very surprised that there was a woman at the center of it all — and then I was upset at myself that I was surprised about it,” recalls Chastain, who plays the CIA analyst who anchors the hunt for bin Laden. “She doesn’t have a neurosis, and she’s not mentally ill. She’s just capable and intelligent and she stands on her own, and I think she’s a perfect representation of this generation of women. And to work on that film with Kathryn Bigelow, it’s just beyond an honor.
Two days ago Jess was busy in New York promoting “Zero Dark Thirty”. I have some pictures of her arriving/leaving the NBC studios, and plus some beautiful (but sadly low quality) pictures of the Lunch to celebrate the movie that was done later. Check it:
Acting is about the art of reinvention and transforming oneself into a character. To become someone else—to lose oneself in the guise of another—is, in many ways, the most thrilling part of what an actor does. The alchemy involved in that process is mysterious—a melding of mind-set, physical presentation, and the magical relationship between the actor and the person he or she is portraying. Since all cinematic characters are initially created by writers and directors, actors are the ultimate muses. They give life to other people’s words and vision.
In the past two years, Jessica Chastain has seemed to go from nowhere to everywhere, reincarnating in movie after movie. She was a devoted mother in The Tree of Life; a loud, libidinous Southern belle in The Help; an Israeli Mossad agent in The Debt; and, more recently, a CIA analyst determined to track down Osama bin Laden in Zero Dark Thirty, which is in theaters on December 19, and a black-haired punk-rock chick in the frightening fantasy Mama (due out January 18). “I never want to get bored,” Chastain told me over coffee in early November. It was cold, and her delicate frame was nearly swallowed by a large leopard-print scarf. She was wearing no makeup, and her wavy red hair was loose. It was just four days after Chastain’s debut on Broadway in The Heiress, in which she plays a socially awkward virgin. “I wear a prosthetic nose,” Chastain said, sounding delighted. “I learned how to put it on myself.” She patted her nose. “I like the ritual. I love wigs, I love costumes, I love anything that will get me into the character.” [Read More]
Today morning director/producer Kathryn Bigelow and writer/producer Mark Boal, along with cast members Jessica Chastain and Jason Clarke, was at Today Show to talk about the film “Zero Dark Thirty”. You can watch the interview below:
Jess is pretty busy this week, and I have a few more pictures added of all her events attendances. Last Monday she was in a few Q&A’s in New York City and I have pictures of her arrivals, plus additional (and gorgeous) high quality pics of the photocall done yesterday.
THE DISAPPEARANCE OF ELEANOR RIGBY: HIS / HER Post Production
On this double feature, Jessica and James McAvoy are a New York couple telling their relationship by the husband or wife point of view. official / news / photos
On this James Franco film, Jessica is CK Williams mother, in a poetic road trip through his life. IMDb / news / photos
INTERSTELLAR Post Production
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. official / IMDb / news / photos
MISS JULIE Post Production
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. IMDb / news / photos
CRIMSON PEAK Filming
Jessica reteams with Guillermo del Toro on a haunted house film, also co-star with Mia Wasikowska, Tom Hiddlestom and Charlie Hunnam IMDb / news / photos
A MOST VIOLENT YEAR Post Production
Jessica teams with Oscar Isaac on this JC Chandor film IMDb / news / photos
THE ZOOKEEPER'S WIFE Pre Production
The Zookeeper's Wife tells the account of keepers of the Warsaw Zoo, Jan and Antonina Zabinski, who helped save hundreds of people and animals during the Nazi invasion. IMDb / news / photos
THE SECRET SCRIPTURE Pre Production
A woman keeps a diary of her extended stay at a mental hospital. IMDb / news / photos
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