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Nov 7, 2018
Jessica attends Les Galeries Lafayette event in Paris
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Jessica attended earlier today in Paris a Piaget event held at Les Galeries Lafayette, while they’re opening its Christmas decoration. Check some pictures added in our gallery.

2018 > Nov 07 | Les Galeries Lafayette Christmas Decorations Inauguration In Paris
Oct 22, 2018
Geena Davis, Joan Chen Joining Jessica Chastain in Action Film ‘Eve’
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It was announced during the weekend that Geena Davis and Joan Chen have joined Jessica in Eve, the action drama Tate Taylor is directing for Voltage Pictures.

Davis and Chen join an already impressive call sheet that features Colin Farrell, Common and John Malkovich.

The story centers on a cold-blooded assassin (Chastain) who is being hunted by her former employers, while also trying to tell her family the truth about the nature of her job.

Character details are being kept tight, but one source said that Davis may be playing Chastain’s mother. Chen may be playing a gangster who runs an underground poker game.

Production is underway in Boston. Chastain will produce with Freckle Films’ Kelly Carmichael alongside Nicolas Chartier and Dominic Rustam.

Some pictures of Jessica shooting on set has been released the past weeks, in which she’s sharing screen with Colin and John Malkovich. Check in our gallery:

Films > Eve (2019) > On the Set: September 25, 2018 – Boston
Films > Eve (2019) > On the Set: October 5, 2018 – Boston
Oct 22, 2018
Dark Phoenix could be Disney’s first X-Men film
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Disney’s merger with 20th Century Fox is getting closer and closer, and superhero fans have been wondering about the future where the MCU and X-Men universes both live under one roof.

The first step towards the union of Avengers and mutants may be underway, with The Hollywood Reporter claiming that X-Men: Dark Phoenix could be the first Fox-Marvel movie to be released by Disney. Dark Phoenix was recently delayed from February to June, a date – as the report observes – that won’t clash with any upcoming Disney releases.

In DARK PHOENIX, the X-MEN face their most formidable and powerful foe: one of their own, Jean Grey. During a rescue mission in space, Jean is nearly killed when she is hit by a mysterious cosmic force. Once she returns home, this force not only makes her infinitely more powerful, but far more unstable. Wrestling with this entity inside her, Jean unleashes her powers in ways she can neither comprehend nor contain. With Jean spiraling out of control, and hurting the ones she loves most, she begins to unravel the very fabric that holds the X-Men together. Now, with this family falling apart, they must find a way to unite — not only to save Jean’s soul, but to save our very planet from aliens who wish to weaponize this force and rule the galaxy.

X-Men: Dark Phoenix will be released on June 7, 2019.

Sep 15, 2018
Jessica Chastain Launches “Woman” by Ralph Lauren in London
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Jessica hosted yesterday, during the London Fashion Week, the launch of Ralph Lauren‘s Woman at Isabel. We have some pictures added in our gallery.

Appearances & Events > 2018 > Sep 14 | European Launch Of WOMAN By Ralph Lauren hosted by Jessica Chastain
Sep 11, 2018
X-Men: Dark Phoenix Reshoots
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Jessica was spot on set with Sophie Turner for re-shoot scenes of X-Men: Dark Phoenix.

Dark Phoenix was originally scheduled to release in November of this year, but Fox pushed the release date back to February 14, 2019 in order to conduct reshoots. Scheduling the reshoots was complicated because the film involves a lot of A-list actors, including Sophie Turner, who had commitments to film the final season of Game of Thrones. They’ve finally begun in Montreal, and are expected to run for roughly two-and-a-half weeks.

There have long been reports that the reshoots are focused on the film’s third act, in which case this could be a key scene in which the titular hero – Jean Grey, a.k.a. the Phoenix – is in her final confrontation with the villain. That would fit with the fact Sophie Turner is dressed in a mo-cap suit, perhaps suggesting CGI will be used to transform her body with Phoenix fire. If that is indeed the case, then the fact Chastain’s character can get up close and personal with the Phoenix is very impressive. The villain is still as-yet unidentified, and it’s difficult to think of anyone in the comics who’s been able to get a chokehold on a Phoenix host.

It’s interesting to see that Chastain too is wearing a full mo-cap suit. That may reflect her character’s powerset; there have long been rumors that Chastain is playing a shapeshifting Skrull, who could conceivably have disguised herself in order to get close to Jean, before reverting to her true (alien) form. It could also simply reflect that her body is being wreathed in Phoenix flames as well.

Check the pictures in our gallery. X-Men: Dark Phoenix will be released in February 14, 2019

X-Men: Dark Phoenix (2018) > On the Set: September 10, 2018 (Montreal, Canada)
Sep 7, 2018
FIrst look: Jessica at the Ralph Lauren 50th Anniversary
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Jessica and Gian Luca attended tonight the Ralph Lauren 50th Anniversary, during the New Your Fashion Week and we have the first images added in our gallery. More to come!

Appearances & Events > 2018 > Sep 07 | Ralph Lauren 50th Anniversary
Sep 7, 2018
It: Chapter Two – On Set Pictures
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During our ridiculous absence from updating the site, Jessica finished shooting It: Chapter Two. She shared several videos on her Instagram Stories thanking the crew:

Earlier today /Film shared an interview with screenwriter Gary Dauberman, in which he talks about the sequel. Read it below:

“Like I said with the first one, it’s really this embarrassment of riches. It was trying to do your best job of taking what Stephen King wrote so beautifully all those years ago and try to translate it to the script page,” Dauberman shared with SlashFilm. “For me it was just really fun to be able to revisit these characters and see what they’re up to 27 years later. There was a challenge trying to get all those character introductions and “here’s where we are so far” which is fun to tackle. How can we find an elegant solution to introduce this many characters again to the audience?”

In the original novel and in the 1990 miniseries, the narrative takes place in the “present,” with the adult characters coming together to honor an oath they made as children, while using flashbacks to explore their various connections to one another. Director Andy Muschietti decided to fracture the timeline so that audiences can connect exclusively with the young characters in the first film, making for a more fulfilling emotional journey in the follow-up film.

“In the first one, they’re all together in school so you see them in a bunch but 27 years later, I don’t think it’s a spoiler they’re sort of scattered all over the country,” Dauberman noted. “So we see pieces of who they’ve become which I think is really exciting. Then of course it was great to see them return to Derry.”

The Losers’ Club reunites for the first time at a restaurant, making it a memorable scene for audiences in both the book and miniseries.

“The Jade of the Orient is such a defining and iconic scene in the book. That was something I remember as a thing I was writing towards,” the writer confessed. “It was like, ‘Okay, coming up is Jade of the Orient. That’s going to be super cool.’ It was a nice signpost to write towards which I dug.”

Writing the film wasn’t an entirely joyful experience, with Dauberman noting, “The ending I think will satisfy the audience and maybe break their hearts a little bit.”

I’ve finally updated our gallery with pictures taken on the set in July, also the first look of The Loosers at the reading table. Check it:

Films > It: Chapter Two (2019)
Sep 7, 2018
Eve: Jessica to Direct and Star
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Chastain announced earlier in August that she would star in and produce, through her Freckle Films production company and Voltage Pictures, the character-driven action movie “Eve.” Matthew Newton, who wrote the script, was also named director, but left the project following online backlash due to his history of alleged assault and domestic violence. Tate Taylor, who directed Jessica in The Help, joined the project a few weeks later.

Chastain has been a strong supporter of the #MeToo movement. Newton said he was stepping down due to the responses to his attachment and added, “I am profoundly aware that I have a responsibility to lead where I have failed in the past. I can never undo the harm that I’ve caused the people I’ve cared about and I carry that shame and responsibility with me every day.”

Yesterday, it was announced that Colin Farrell and Common has joined the project as well. Farrell will be playing the leader of a black ops organization whom Chastain’s title character works for. Common will play the ex-fiance of Chastain’s character.

Principal photography is set to begin in Boston on Sept. 24.

Sep 7, 2018
Jessica covers Grazia magazine
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Jessica is gracing the cover of French magazine Grazia, as part of the upcoming Dark Phoenix promo tour. The amazing photoshoot is by Jette Stolte and you can find the HQ scans added in our gallery (we’ll try to add the translated interview later).

Magazines & Scans > Magazines in 2018 > Sep | Grazia (France)
Jun 26, 2018
Jessica attends “Woman Walks Ahead” screening in New York
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Jessica attended a screening of Woman Walks Ahead this Tuesday (June 26) at the Whitby Hotel in New York City. She was joined at the event by her co-star Michael Greyeyes and director Susanna White.

She was looking amazing in a Givenchy dress and shoes with Piaget jewelry. Check the gallery for new images:

Appearances & Events > 2018 > Jun 26 | ‘Woman Walks Ahead’ New York Screening