- Posted on September 24, 2020

Article taken from Vogue. After an almost five-month hiatus, many Hollywood productions are now starting to resume again after the outbreak of the COVID-19 pandemic. But life on set doesn’t look how it used to: With social distancing measures and strict testing procedures in place, Hollywood’s new normal is about ensuring the cast and crew’s safety while […]


- Posted on September 24, 2020

Article taken from Variety. Onscreen, “Unorthodox” star Shira Haas breaks free of her restrictive upbringing to start a new life as an artist. Offscreen, she’s simply a breakout — as one the year’s most exciting rising stars. The 24-year-old actress, who lives in Tel Aviv, portrays Esther “Esty” Shapiro on the Netflix limited series. She’s playing a […]


- Posted on September 24, 2020

Article taken from The Hollywood Reporter. Like the strong women she plays onscreen (next up, ‘Woman Walks Ahead’), Chastain has become as a powerful force for change in Hollywood and beyond, both as a producer (her female-fronted ‘355’ was Cannes’ biggest sale) and a vocal preacher for Time’s Up. “Do unto others,” Jessica Chastain says, […]


- Posted on September 24, 2020

Article taken from The Wall Street Journal. In Aaron Sorkin’s directorial debut, Chastain tackles a challenging role—one that’s helping to redefine the rules for women In the opening moments of the gripping new movie Molly’s Game, a world-class skier has a traumatic accident that ends her athletic career. Armed only with steely defiance, Molly Bloom […]


- Posted on September 24, 2020

Article taken from The Hollwyood Reporter. Six top actresses — including Mary J. Blige, Jessica Chastain, Allison Janney and Saoirse Ronan — open up about risky roles and how the industry’s culture of abuse might finally be on the verge of change: “I feel hopeful because we’re not ignoring it anymore.” Jennifer Lawrence had some […]


- Posted on September 24, 2020

Articles taken from Town & Country. The star is every woman, but her role in Hollywood has been anything but conventional. or 45 very unique minutes, Jessica Chastain kidnaps this reporter. We do not meet in a swank Tribeca hotel, as planned, but instead in a butch black SUV that speeds around Manhattan. She is […]


- Posted on September 24, 2020

Article taken from The Daily Beast. Jessica Chastain on Calling Out Bryan Singer: ‘I’m Going to Speak My Mind’ The Oscar-nominated actress opens up about her new film ‘Molly’s Game,’ the wave of sexual abuse allegations in Hollywood, and calling out the producer of her next movie. Jessica Chastain does not mince words when it […]


- Posted on September 24, 2020

Article taken from The Hollywood Reporter. As the world’s biggest, glitziest film event celebrates its 70th birthday, French screen icon Isabelle Huppert and current jury member Chastain discuss their mutual love of the festival. At a quick glance, it’s hard to spot the common thread between Jessica Chastain and Isabelle Huppert. “Other than we both […]


- Posted on September 23, 2020

Article taken from The Telegraph. Jessica Chastain plays ruthless secret agents, political lobbyists and wins endless award nominations. And she’s unafraid to speak out about sexism in the film industry. So why does talking about her granny make her cry? Jessica Chastain still has a key ring she was given by her high-school boyfriend in […]


- Posted on September 23, 2020

Article taken from Backstage. There are working actors and then there are those who, like Jessica Chastain, take that term to an entirely new level. “I’m a true believer that you get out of something what you put into it,” says Chastain, who has put in enough work in the last six years to earn […]


- Posted on September 23, 2020

Article taken from Glamour. She’s in three huge movies this fall, and Oscar buzz abounds (again!). Here Jessica Chastain shares her confidence secrets – and the perks of being a “late bloomer.” “I’m not quite used to this.” says Jessica Chastain, sitting in the lobby of New York City’s Mercer Hotel, acknowledging the double takes […]


- Posted on September 23, 2020

Article taken from Harper’s Bazaar. Fame came late for Jessica Chastain – in the form of an Oscar nomination at 35 – and she hasn’t stopped working since. Here, she talks about the liberation of transforming herself for a role, in a year when her films range from period drama to intergalactic epic. This year, […]


- Posted on September 23, 2020

Article taken from Interview. At the beginning of the decade, Jessica Chastain was a relative unknown, but by the end of 2011, she was one of the most respected and sought-after actresses in all of the land. That year, six of her films—including Take Shelter, The Tree of Life, and The Help, for which she […]


- Posted on September 23, 2020

Articles taken from The Guardian. This autumn belongs to Jessica Chastain, who stars in four of the season’s Oscar contenders, directed by the likes of Al Pacino, Guillermo Del Toro and Christopher Nolan. But what she really wants is a cape Jessica Chastain would like a table at the back. She’s on a tight schedule, […]


- Posted on September 23, 2020

Article taken from the Los Angeles Times. It didn’t dawn on Jessica Chastain until after she saw “Zero Dark Thirty” that her character in the film, a driven CIA agent named Maya, had a few things in common with the movie’s director, Oscar winner Kathryn Bigelow. “On set, you feel like you are the character,” Chastain says […]


- Posted on September 23, 2020

Article taken from the New York Times. After he plumbed the direst depths of Gotham City in his “Dark Knight” trilogy and traversed multiple levels of consciousness in “Inception,” it seems the only place the filmmaker Christopher Nolan could go next was outer space. In his latest feature, “Interstellar,” an intrepid shuttle team slips the […]


- Posted on September 23, 2020

Article taken from Rolling Stone. Up close with the star of ‘Zero Dark Thirty’ Even now, Jessica Chastain can summon up Khalid Sheikh Mohammed’s face. “KSM, Abu Faraj, all of them – they’re still there, in my head,” she says. It’s December morning, and the actor is recalling a technique she used to enter the […]


- Posted on September 23, 2020

Article taken from the Los Angeles Times. “If I ever ask you for anything it’s to speak with you for five minutes … just five minutes.” Jessica Chastain received that mysterious text from producer Megan Ellison in 2011, completely unaware that director Kathryn Bigelow had been trying to gauge her interest in playing Maya, the […]


- Posted on September 23, 2020

Article taken from USA Today. Powered by ‘Zero Dark Thirty,’ this awards season has been her time to shine. Twenty four hours after winning her first best actress Golden Globe for Zero Dark Thirty, Jessica Chastain finishes a Q&A at the Arclight theater, plops down onto a couch on the second floor, and bursts out […]


- Posted on September 23, 2020

Article taken from the Independent. Carving out a Golden Globe-winning role as a CIA agent on the hunt for Bin Laden in Zero Dark Thirty was a harrowing experience, the actress tells Gill Pringle When Kathryn Bigelow calls, most people drop whatever they’re doing; in Jessica Chastain’s case, that meant abandoning plans to star in […]


- Posted on September 23, 2020

Article taken from W Magazine. Actress Jessica Chastain plays human canvas to four leading artists of the day. GEORGE CONDO Though best known for his fiercely wacky portraits, the American artist George Condo is as much a portraitist as he is an abstract expressionist. “I love the idea of two incompatible worlds brought together—opposing forces […]


- Posted on September 23, 2020

Article taken from Vogue. Hollywood favorite Jessica Chastain and Downton Abbey heartthrob Dan Stevens star with David Strathairn and Judith Ivey in Moisés Kaufman’s sparkling new production of The Heiress. By Adam Green. Photographed by Annie Leibovitz. When Jessica Chastain was offered the chance to make her Broadway debut in a revival of The Heiress, […]


- Posted on September 23, 2020

Article taken from the New York Times. “Take him and cut him out in little stars!” Jessica Chastain fairly shouts, re-enacting her interpretation of Juliet’s famous monologue, the bold gambit that got her admitted to the Juilliard School a decade ago. “Most people do it so precious and sweet, a girl just married, but she […]


- Posted on September 23, 2020

Article taken from the Evening Standard. You were up for an Oscar alongside your co-star Octavia Spencer for The Help, was that a bit awkward? It would have been awkward if I was set on winning but I wasn’t. A year ago it was ‘Jessica Chastain who?’ and now it’s ‘Oscar-nominated Jessica Chastain’. I can’t […]


- Posted on September 23, 2020

Article taken from Sunday Telegraph. SHOW-stealing performances alongside Brad Pitt and Helen Mirren have made Jessica Chastain the woman of the moment. Jessica Chastain is sitting in a borrowed house in London, picking at a vegan salad. Later she’ll pose for photos in the garden but, right now, the flame-haired beauty is getting to grips […]


- Posted on September 23, 2020

Article taken from the Independent. There is a giggle and a “Ssssh!” from the bedroom of Jessica Chastain’s hotel suite. Her mother and at least one younger sibling are in town and, from behind a pair of frosted-glass sliding doors, appear to be very much enjoying their stay at one of the more famous and […]


- Posted on September 23, 2020

Article taken from the Telegraph. It’s a fresh spring afternoon two days before the start of the Cannes Film Festival, and Jessica Chastain is in a borrowed house in north-west London. Later, she will pose for pictures in the rather lovely garden. But right now she is picking at the salad lunch she brought along […]


- Posted on September 23, 2020

Article taken from NOW Toronto. Terrence Malick is notoriously averse to doing press, and sending Brad Pitt on a media tour would be a logistical nightmare, so co-star Jessica Chastain has become the public face of their new film, The Tree Of Life. Chastain has spent the weeks since the movie’s Cannes premiere (and Palme […]


- Posted on September 23, 2020

Article taken from Artistic Direct. Jolene could’ve come out during the ’70s film renaissance. Cut from the same cloth as Alice Doesn’t Live Here Anymore and Badlands, it’s an existential tale about an orphan—Jessica Chastain’s Jolene—who can’t fit in anywhere. She bounces through the strange underbelly of America on a poetic, poignant and powerful journey […]