Vogue Italia website has finally released the behind-the-scenes video of Jessica’s photoshoot! You can also find an english version of the article.
I don’t know why, but I wasn’t able to watch the video here. For now, you can click here to be directed to their page. As soon I can find the embed link, the video will be posted here.
I have always known I wanted to be an actress, but my New York experience made me realize that my desire had nothing to do with becoming famous or making money, I was interested in exploring the human soul, its complexity, I wanted to work to understand something about life and myself. Being an actress means being in another person’s shoes and therefore understanding what the person whose role you play feels; but also connecting with other human beings, as a mark of profound professional intimacy, that often touches the soul.
edit: Here’s the video, plus screen captures has been added to the gallery:
I’ve been working for a while to give this website a little more of content, and now I’m lauching the very first pages of this project. You can find now an exclusive and in-depth biography, trivia, magazine covers, and a still growing style section.
More pages will be launch soon, so keep checking.
The Playlist has reported that “Lawless” will be a contender this year at Cannes festival.
Well, one title that seems to be gaining steam, and Friedman continues the buzz, is Lee Daniels’ “The Paperboy.” The adaptation of Pete Dexter’s crime novel reportedly boasts a “stunning” performance from Nicole Kidman and it also has the stars the red carpet likes in form of Matthew McConaughey, John Cusack, Zac Efron and more. And speaking of Wooderson, Jeff Nichols’ “Mud” is also being bandied about as a possibility, and it see the director graduate from the Critic’s Week sidebar where he showed “Take Shelter” last year, to official Cannes slot. Meanwhile, The Weinstein Company still have two in the mix with “Killing Them Softly” (aka “Cogan’s Trade”) and “Lawless” (aka “Wettest County” — though this one has been tipped for Venice). Though our money is them taking their recent acqusition “Populaire” to the fest instead and trying to duplicate the same buzz they got for “The Artist.”
And in a quickly note, Jessica has confirmed that she’s not in the final cut for “Untitled Terrence Malick Project”. She did just a scene with Ben Affleck, but they decided to not use it, so… let’s hope a “deleted scenes” feature can happen in the DVD.
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City Year Los Angeles, an education-focused, nonprofit organization that partners with public schools to help keep students in school and on track to graduate, will hold their second annual Spring Break: Destination Education event May 5, 2012 at the Sony Pictures Studios lot in Culver City, CA.
The event is held to raise funds and celebrate the work of City Year Los Angeles’ 210 AmeriCorps members who serve as tutors, mentors and role models to more than 2,000 at-risk students.
Many of the Hollywood stars who took a City Year Spring Break last year are back on board again. The second annual Spring Break: Destination Education host committee includes Dianna Agron, Jason Bateman, Maria Bello, Matt Bomer, Jessica Chastain, America Ferrera, Pau Gasol, Hill Harper, Dwayne Johnson, Rashida Jones, DeAndre Jordan, Jason Kapono, Catherine Keener, Anthony Mackie, Timothy Olyphant, Teresa Palmer, Octavia Spencer, Emma Stone, Michael Strahan, Channing Tatum, Jenna Dewan Tatum, Trey Thompkins, Emily VanCamp, Sofia Vergara and Ed Westwick.
More info can be found here.