Variety’s Actors on Actors, Day 2

As we previously announced, Jessica is taking part of Variety’s Actors on Actors, and she shoot her interview today, alongside Holly Hunter. Clips from the interviews will be available on variety.com at the end of November and full episodes of the new season will air from Jan. 2 to Jan. 4 at 7 p.m. on PBS SoCal KOCE. Check images

9th Annual Governors Awards

Our gallery was updated with pictures of Jessica at the 2017 Governors Awards! She wore an Alexander McQueen gown with Louboutin heels and Piaget jewelry at the event hosted by the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences at The Ray Dolby Ballroom at Hollywood & Highland Center on Saturday (November 11) in Hollywood. 2017 > Nov 11 | Academy

Molly’s Game Press Conference + DP/30 Interview

Jessica attended in Los Angeles, this Tuesday (November 7) a press conference for Molly’s Game. We finally managed to get some pictures added in our gallery. Appearances & Events > 2017 > Nov 07 | “Molly’s Game” Press Conference It was also released a 30 minutes interview she did to DP/30, which you can watch below:

Variety Announces Seventh Season of ‘Actors on Actors’ on PBS

Variety announced today a list with the stars selected in Variety and PBS SoCal SOCE’s seventh season of the Emmy Award-winning series “Variety Studio: Actors on Actors.” The program feature pairs of acclaimed actors chatting with each other about their lives, their craft, and their careers. Jessica made part of it in 2014, pairing with Mark Ruffalo. This year, she

Jessica talks ‘Molly’s Game’ and the wave of sexual abuse allegations in Hollywood to ‘The Daily Beast’

The Daily Beast has published a new interview with Jessica, made by phone last weekend, to talk about Molly’s Game. But, obviously, talking about the current wave of sexual abuse allegations in Hollywood took a good part of the interview due Jessica’s very outspoken activism on Twitter. “I feel hopeful. I feel happy,” Chastain says by phone this past Sunday

Jessica Chastain Joins Great Line-Up of Stars to “Children’s Monologue”

The African-based creative arts charity Dramatic Need and Carnegie Hall today announced that Jessica Chastain, Anne Hathaway, Sebastian Stan and Lakeith Stanfield will join the extraordinary line-up of acting talent assembled for The Children’s Monologues, a one-night-only theatrical event, presented in New York for the first time, on Monday, November 13, 2017 at 7:30 p.m. in Stern Auditorium/Perelman Stage. They

Jessica attends Deadline’s Contenders panel in LA

Jessica attended this Saturday in Los Angeles the Deadline’s The Contenders panel, alongside co-star Idris Elba and director Alan Sorkin. Deadline has published a bit about the panel, including Jessica remark on Molly’s Bloom being ‘A Kardashian story’. When Chastain first Googled Bloom she judged her based on her appearance. “I was judging her for her clothes, for her makeup,”

People’s 25 Women Changing the World: Jessica Chastain

Jessica is among the PEOPLE’s 25 Women Changing the World issue, alongside fellow stars Pink, Uzo Aduba, Gal Gadot and America Ferrera, as well as epidemiologist Dr. Celine Gounder, Whole Child International founder Karen Spencer and primatologist and anthropologist Jane Goodall. Jessica is talking about her work as volunteer at the Humane Society of the United States and, obviously, her

‘Molly’s Game’: New Stills, Behind the Scenes & French Poster

Our gallery was updated with several new prodution stills of Molly’s Game, alongside behind-the-scenes images and a killer French poster. At the SCAD Film Festival over the weekend, Aaron Sorkin, director of the upcoming drama Molly’s Game, revealed that Chastain and Elba had no time to rehearse for the movie due to budget and time constraints. “We shot the movie

Jessica attends ‘Produced By’ NY Conference

Earlier today Jessica was part of Produced By Conference that’s being held in New York. She participated of The Power To Shake It Up panel, alongside actresses Sarah Jessica Parker, Alison Benson and her Freckles Film partner Kelly Charmichael. It’s no longer “business as usual” in the entertainment industry. For too long, studios and financiers have undervalued stories by and