elcome to Jessica Chastain Network, your oldest and most complete resource dedicated to Jessica Chastain. You may better remember her as Molly Bloom in Molly's Game or Maya in Zero Dark Thiry. Academy Award winner for The Eyes of Tammy Faye, Jessica spans her career from big to small screen, seeing her not only in movies like The Help, The Debt, Miss Sloane, Woman Walks Ahead, The Zookeeper's Wife, The Good Nurse, she also played some iconic roles for series like Scenes from a Marriage and George & Tammy. Recently she registered a podcast series, The Space Within, and had a role in Memory and Mothers' Instinct. This site aims to keep you up-to-date with anything Mrs. Chastain with news, photos and videos. We are proudly PAPARAZZI FREE!

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June 25, 2024   Claudia

The 2025 Hollywood Walk of Fame class has been revealed, and it includes major celebrities like the late Prince, Jane Fonda, Jessica Chastain, Colin Farrell and more.

More than 30 new stars will be added to the Walk of Fame in the categories of motion pictures, television, live theatre/live performance, radio, recording and sports entertainment.

The motion picture honorees include John Carpenter, Chastain, Bill Duke, Robert Englund, Emilio Estevez, Farrell, Fonda, Nia Long, Lisa Lu, Glynn Turman and Toni Vaz.

On the TV side, there are Fran Drescher, Lauren Graham, Bill Nye, Molly Shannon, Sherri Shepherd, Courtney B. Vance, Chris Wallace and Trey Parker and Matt Stone (in a double ceremony).


June 25, 2024   Claudia

Photos of Jessica Chastain at the special screening of Memory.

December 8, 2023   Jess

Academy Award winner Jessica Chastain and Peter Sarsgaard, the Volpi Cup recipient at the 2023 Venice Film Festival, come together in acclaimed writer/director Michel Franco’s stirring new film “Memory,” to be released on December 22 in New York and Los Angeles prior to a nationwide rollout on January 5 from Ketchup Entertainment.

Franco’s drama about two people learning how to start over with each other is an IndieWire Critic’s Pick and also screened at the Toronto, AFI, London, San Sebastián, Savannah and Morelia film festivals.

November 29, 2023   Jess

Over 900 HD screencaptures of Jessica Chastain in the movie “The Forgiven” have been added to the gallery. Enjoy!

April 5, 2023   Claudia

Some Broadway stars hype themselves up with K-pop. Some opt for jazz. Jessica Chastain prefers the sound of nothing—a void before she’s thrust into the claustrophobic world of Henrik Ibsen’s A Doll’s House. “That feels quite Nora to me,” she says, “to sit in silence.”

The Oscar winner may find that quiet is hard to come by in New York these days. For the first time since COVID-19 put live theater on an indefinite pause three years ago, venues from Broadway to Brooklyn are bursting with a pre-pandemic sort of life. There have been captivating, progressive reinventions of classics like Sweeney Todd and Death of a Salesman, and bold new productions like Kimberly Akimbo and Ain’t No Mo’. There have been downtown sensations—comedian Kate Berlant, turning the one-woman show on its ear—and Midtown miracle workers like Lea Michele, Funny Girl’s greatest star. There’s been a Cinderella who’s good (Phillipa Soo in Into the Woods) and a Cinderella who’s not so good (Linedy Genao in Bad Cinderella).

Ibsen’s masterpiece famously ends with the sound of a door slamming. But these 20 buzzy performers are open and ready to be back in business. “If you take the walls off a theater, you would think it’s a madhouse,” says Corey Hawkins, who smolders opposite Yahya Abdul-Mateen II in Topdog/Underdog. “You would think you’re looking into a psych ward. I mean, you are. But it’s all for the love of the craft.” —Hillary Busis


“At Juilliard, Andrei Belgrader told me, ‘A great thing to do right before you go onstage—even if you don’t believe it—is to stick your arms out in the air and go, I’m a genius. Then walk onstage. Because it’ll create that energy within you.’ ” – Source

April 2, 2023   Claudia