Gallery Update: Movie Promotional Stills

I have added to our gallery a few promotional stills of several Jessica’s films we was missing. Check it:

“The Heiress” Stage Door – Fan Photos

This beautiful picture was taken by a fan Saturday (October 20th) on stage door of “The Heiress”. You can see more pictures on her Tumblr here, here and here. And there’s another one here taken at Oct 18th. Lucky fans!

New York Magazine Scans

I already posted the pictures and articles Vulture has dedicated to The Heiress a few days ago, but today the nice L.C. from JAMSession has sent me scans of the magazine itself, so you can now check it up in our gallery:

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“Mama” Trailer #2 is released

A new trailer for upcoming Guillermo del Toro’s “Mama” has been released, with some new scenes. The movie will open in the US on January 13.

Vogue Magazine: The Marriage Plot

Jessica is featured on current issue of Vogue magazine (US issue), for The Heiress. You can find scans in our gallery, thanks to Perkins and Peck and the article can be found in our press archive:

Esquire ‘Other Women We Love’

The November issue of Esquire Magazine is dedicated to their Sexiest Women Alive – which this year goes to Mila Kunis – but inside they have two pages dedicated to other women they love. Jessica is one of them, with a mention and an already seem picture in the bottom of the page. Scans are up in our gallery.

Madagascar coming to DVD/Blu-Ray Tomorrow!

Madagascar 3: Europe’s Most Wanted is coming out on DVD/Blu-Ray/3D/Digital Copy TOMORROW!
The DVD, Blu-ray and 3D Blu-ray will include deleted scenes and filmmakers’ commentary. Check some special features:

DVD:
– Widescreen Format
– English Dolby Digital 5.1 Surround, English Dolby Digital 2.0 Surround, French Dolby Digital 5.1 Surround, Spanish Dolby Digital 5.1 Surround
– English, French & Spanish Subtitles
– Special Features: (Available on DVD, Blu-ray/DVD Combo & 3D Blu-ray Combo Packs)
– High Flying Fun – Big Top Cast, Deleted Scenes, Mad Music Mash-Up, Circus Acts (DVD-Rom), Filmmakers’ Commentary; Deleted Scenes – Melman Picks a Circus Act, Next Performance: New York City, Lion Meets Venom

Blu-ray/DVD combo:
– 1080p High Definition
– English 7.1 Dolby TrueHD, French 5.1 Dolby Digital, Spanish 5.1 Dolby Digital
– English, English SDH, French & Spanish Subtitles
– Special Features: (Additional features on Blu-ray/DVD Combo & 3D Blu-ray Combo Packs)
– The Animators’ Corner, Get Them to the Train, Trivia Track

You can order your copy on Amazon.com (DVD, 2-Disc Blu-Ray, 3-Disc Blu-Ray or Instant Video.

Also here’s a question to our visitors. Will you be interested in screen captures of this movie? Since it’s animated, I thought I could ask you before doing it. :) You can answer it in our comments.

Jessica Chastain Time Travels on Broadway for The Heiress

“As an actor, you approach the characters from what the script tells you. You don’t think about, Well, what do I look like compared to what she looks like?” says Jessica Chastain of preparing to play the title character in her first Broadway production, The Heiress, a 1947 play based on Henry James’s Washington Square, now being revived at the Walter Kerr Theater. Nevertheless, Chastain’s process involved a physical transformation that began during the first week of rehearsals when she “kind of tortured” the costume crew into providing her with period clothing and a wig—and later came a nose prosthetic. “I’m a jeans girl, but a blue-jeans way of moving is very different from wearing petticoats, so from day one, I was wearing the shoes, the skirt, the corset. I never really left the rehearsal room.” Chastain laughs. “It took so long to put everything on every day, it’s like, Well, I’ll just bring my lunch and eat it here.” [Read More]

Let Me Be The Bad One

My friend Claudia has translated the article published in the last Marie Claire Italia, and now you can find it in our press archive:

Rising stars. Jessica Chastain walks the suite of Royal Monceau in Paris and it seems like her 50’s style dresss prinkles stardust all over. It isn’t surprising that the Oscar actress brings such class: in The Tree of Life she was a pure light soul, such as Terrence Malick didn’t find awkward to let her float from the ground. Now, while she welcomes us in this temple of grandeur like it is her own living room, she looks all of a different grace: sensual, seductive and perfect. You cannot admire her, the ex thin girl from a any place in North California who studied (acting in Julliard, because of a subvention to meritorious students donated by Robin Williams, and also dancing, many languages, Renaissance arts…) like a real nerd, breaking into the star system like a divine diva. Real. And it’s so for her mysterious charm and strong-willed soul that Yves Saint Laurent chose her as new testimonial of its perfume Manifesto. <>, Chastain starts during our meeting in occasion of the launch of the perfume.

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“Zero Dark Thirty’ New Trailer

A new trailer for Kathryn Bigelow’s Zero Dark Thirty is now online, courtesy of iTunes Movie Trailers. Check it out in the player below!

Set for release on December 19, Zero Dark Thirty focuses on the black ops mission to capture or kill Osama Bin Laden, which culminated in his death during a high-stakes raid on his compound in Pakistan.