April 25, 2017 News & Announcements

Emma Watson is on the cover of the May issue of Interview magazine, and she was interviewed by none other than Jessica Chastain. On it, she talks about the struggle to live up to her onscreen persona—to become a spokesperson, a role model, for an entire generation of girls—might all be worth it if she […]



December 14, 2016 Articles

Jessica did an interview to USA Today last month, to talk about Miss Sloane and how she prepared for the role by studying Washington lobbyists. Chastain spent pre-production Googling top female lobbyists, and walked away from a trip to Washington with a decidedly different take on Sloane, a character she presumed would wear little makeup […]



December 4, 2016 Articles Miss Sloane

When Jessica Chastain first read Jonathan Perera’s script for “Miss Sloane” a number of things immediately popped to her. There was the screenplay’s impressive “Sorkin-esque” dialogue. There was the opportunity to work with director John Madden, whom she first collaborated with on 2010’s “The Debt.” And, there was Elizabeth Sloane herself, a top Washington, D.C., […]



April 9, 2016 Articles Interviews

Jessica did a great interview to The Guardian, that was published today. Read it below: Jessica Chastain is such an extraordinary actor that you almost miss her. She brings so little ego to the roles she plays, so little of herself, that you go away with no idea who that actress actually was. Some Hollywood […]



October 12, 2015 Site Maintenance

Jessica was photographed by Steven Klein for W Magazine, in a session named “Jessica Chastain: Transformer“. Check images added in our gallery, plus a excerpt of the article. On the last Friday of summer, at 10:30 in the morning, Jessica Chastain was waiting on the steps outside the Metropolitan Museum of Art, in New York. […]



September 29, 2015 Interviews

Jessica did another – amazing – interview to Radio Times, in which she talks – again! – about the sexism on movie industry. Jessica Chastain has spoken out in the past about the limited types of roles available for women on screen. The actress has already called out Marvel (for offering her a “boring civilian” […]



September 9, 2015 Interviews

LA Times published this week a new interview with Jessica, following the upcoming release of The Martian and Crimson Peak. I also added in our gallery the portrait that accompanied the article. In “The Martian,” in theaters Oct. 2 and based on the bestselling novel by Andy Weir, Chastain plays the leader of a NASA […]



September 29, 2014 Magazine Scans Photoshoots

Jessica is on the cover of November issue of Harper’s Bazaar UK, featuring a large interview and a beautiful photoshoot in which she’s wearing Valentino Couture, Armani Privé and Christian Dior Couture dresses. This year, Jessica Chastain had a birthday party. The photographs are all over her Facebook page: Chastain playing a high-stakes game of […]



September 24, 2014 Wilde Salome

Five years ago, a virtually unknown stage and TV actress from California auditioned for a play that Al Pacino was directing and starring in. The play was Salome, written by Oscar Wilde, and the actress was Jessica Chastain. A film was made of the stage production, and within three years Chastain had been nominated for […]



NY Times Movies has published this video, in which writer and director Ned Benson narrates a sequence from “The Disappearance of Eleanor Rigby: Them.” It also has an extensive article/interview with Ned about the film since its early steps. Read some excerpts below, and head over to NY Times to read the full interview: “The […]



September 4, 2014 Articles

Vulture has a nice article about Jessica and how supportive she is regarding other female actresses. We all know this side of her back when she was head to head with Jennifer Lawrence at the 2013 Oscars, in which she used her Facebook to take down any rumors regarding a feud between both. Last week, […]



April 24, 2014 Articles

Time unveiled their 2014 Most Influential People list and Lawless/Zero Dark Thirty producer Megan Ellis is among them. The personality chosen to write a tribute was, obviously, her friend Jessica. Hollywood’s powerful wunderkind The Italian Renaissance flourished because patrons like the Medici family sponsored artists and valued their craft. Today the film industry has been […]