This Is Jessica Chastain Apparently
This Is Jessica Chastain Apparently


Jessica Chastain appears in the November of W Magazine, and I assume the gay guy who thought of this concept had to leave before they got to her eyebrows, so they had to call in somebody who tags you in club promotions on Instagram.


I prefer 2014 Golden Globes Jessica Chastain myself


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Jessica Chastain Wants You To Stop Oversexualizing Her

These pictures of Jessica Chastain are from The Martian premiere and I used the one where you could best see her rack, so off top you know I’m part of the problem. But we all knew that. No need to get into it. It’s good to be self-aware.  Anyway, the point here is that Jessica Chastain wants women in movies who don’t wear makeup or something. Sounds boring.

“If you look at films like Elektra and Aeonflux, the problem that studios have is that they try to make kickass women very sexualised. They have to be in some catsuit,” she tells this week’s edition of Radio Times. But if you look at the most incredible female roles, like Ripley in Alien, she is a very sexy woman but she’s not wearing a lot of make-up. She’s in a T-shirt and jeans. What’s sexy about her is how capable she is. Same with Jennifer Lawrence in Hunger Games – she’s not wearing a catsuit, either.” The Martian star went on to stress that cinema audiences are more interested in seeing an “intelligent” character, rather than one who is reliant on her sexuality. “Studios have misjudged it in the past, and thought audiences weren’t interested in seeing a woman in an action role who’s a capable, intelligent woman and isn’t only leaning on her sex.” 

Is this “leaning in”? I think this is leaning in. Besides the fact that Katniss isn’t wearing a catsuit but is supposed to have “olive skin and long, dark hair”, I guess Jessica Chastain makes some valid points. I’m sure more women will stop wearing make up in movies or when they go to premieres or on a date and stuff now. I bet it starts tomorrow.

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Jessica Chastain Wore This Dress

We can talk about J-Lo’s dress or whatever, but J-Lo is 45 and wears basically the same dress to every award show. But have you seen Jessica Chastain‘s face? And her giant rack? I feel like I shouldn’t have to constantly point these out.

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Jessica Chastain Won The 72nd Golden Globes

I mean, technically, Boyhood and Birdman won the 72nd Golden Globes, but neither of those movies wore this dress or would have looked like Jessica Chastain in the dress. I actually don’t even know why they gave out awards or cut to other people. I don’t want to bring up her dress again, but did you see her in the dress?

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Christopher Nolan Is Kind Of A Douche

By now, you’ve probably already bought your ticket to see the most anticipated movie of the year, Christopher Nolan‘s Interstellar (hopefully you’re doing 70mm IMAX), starring Matthew McConaughey and Jessica Chastain. Oh, Jessica Chastain is also in a another movie coming out this year called, A Most Violent Year, but you’ll never know because Christopher Nolan has banned her from taking about it or he’ll sue her tits off. New York Times (via Defamer)

For stars, hitting the publicity trail is a decades-old practice, and for studios it is a standard, and essential, piece of marketing strategy. Initially, Mr. Chandor and his backers — Participant Media and the independent distributor A24 — believed that Ms. Chastain, while blocked from media appearances, would be allowed to attend the screenings and get-togethers that are de rigueur for those seeking Golden Globes and other prizes that pave the way to the Oscars. On that assumption, they arranged to release “A Most Violent Year” in a small number of theaters on Dec. 31, to qualify it for awards in 2015, with a wider opening to follow. But Mr. Nolan and his backers have insisted that Ms. Chastain’s contract forbids even those semiprivate encounters and have not given in to pleas from Mr. Chandor, A24 and others for a waiver. Next week, however, she will be permitted to attend a private tastemakers’ screening at the Creative Artists Agency here.

I’m going to operate under the assumption that Interstellar will be better than A Most Violent Year, because Nolan has only swung and missed on one movie. For real, wtf was The Dark Knight Rises About? Hey, let’s make a 4 hour Batman movie and show Batman for like 5 minutes and brush over the fact that Batman could have punched Bane in the mask like 15 minutes in. Anyway, I can’t really think of a reason why Jessica Chastain can’t promote both films. Will her promoting A Most Violent Year, make Interstellar lose a dollar? Is that what you’re worried about? How much fucking money do you need, Nolan? Scarves aren’t that expensive.

 

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Jessica Chastain Isn’t Captain Marvel

Jessica Chastain has talked a lot recently about the fact there isn’t enough quality roles for women who aren’t named Meryl Streep, but she specifically has a hard on to see a woman in a superhero movie, so when she did an interview with MTV about an meeting with Marvel, the Internet assumed she was gonna be playing Captain Marvel. This run on sentence is now over, and it’s time for the blockquote from said MTV interview.

When Chastain stopped by MTV today (November 3) she openly discussed the tantalizing possibilities. Once rumored to be up for a role in “Iron Man 3,” Chastain confirmed she’s talked to Marvel about other roles. “We’ve talked about aligning our forces in the future,” Chastain said. “And here’s the thing with me… If you’re going to be in a superhero movie, you only get one chance. You’re that character forever. So why do a superhero movie and play the boring civilian?” “Whatever it is, I want a fight scene,” Chastain continued. “I could be an incredible villain. I could be a hero. I want a cool outfit, and I want to kick ass.”

Turns on, your raging comic book movie boner was a waste.  Per Jessica Chastain’s Twitter.

Oops uh oh….I’ve never had talks about Captain Marvel. Was referring to a different film from over a year ago, in my recent MTV interview.

So she was offered a superhero role but didn’t take it yet still complains there’s not enough women represented in the genre? Is this kinda like when you ask a woman what she wants to eat for dinner or watch on Netflix? It’s kinda the same thing, right?

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Jessica Chastain Hates Meryl Streep
Jessica Chastain Hates Meryl Streep

 

Stop if you’ve heard this one before: Woman frames an argument to support other women, subtlety tears down another woman in the process. Oh, hey there, Jessica Chastain.

“I’m really, really supportive of women in Hollywood. I love Meryl Streep. She’s such an incredible actress. But I feel like she’s the only one in her age group who gets those parts. I’d like to see Jessica Lange in a movie again, you know? Or Susan Sarandon. Why isn’t Viola Davis a lead in a film? She’s one of the greatest actresses alive,” she said of her fellow famous starlets. “And where are the Asian actors and actresses? I’m not saying, ‘We don’t want movies about men.’ I’m just saying, ‘Come on, all the men I know love women. So let’s also have some stories about these women. Let’s write something for them, guys — and let’s make room for women writers, too.'”

Jessica Chastain is two years and some change from 40, so she’s staring her own Hollywood mortality square in the face, so this is pretty much a preemptive strike. She wants older women to have more roles in films, you know, except one specific older woman. And why isn’t Viola Davis a lead in a film? Because producers know Octavia Spencer is an automatic bolt on for whatever she’s in, so maybe she should handle that first. I’d like to see Jessica Lange in a film as well, but she’s been absolutely killing it on AHS, so why in the hell would she want to be in some movie just to be in one? And where are the Asian actors and actresses? Uh, I don’t know, maybe Asia? Everything you see on screen in America is basically a South Korean, Chinese, or Japanese remake going back to The Magnificent Seven (The Departed, Oldboy (the original made three times its budget, the remake lost $26M) , Godzilla, literally every single horror movie, the list goes on), so why do the Wal-Mart knock off here when you can get the real shit in Asia? Ask Zhang Ziyi or Choi Min-sik if they’re losing any sleep about not being in Transformers. The American film industry is supported the way everything else in America is supported.  They borrow from China.

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Jessica Chastain Set To Play Marilyn Monroe In ‘Blonde’
Jessica Chastain Set To Play Marilyn Monroe In ‘Blonde’

 

Jessica Chastain better start eating now.

Two-time Oscar nominee Jessica Chastain is nearing a deal to play Marilyn Monroe in Andrew Dominik's passion project “Blonde,” multiple individuals familiar with the project have told TheWrap. Representatives for Chastain and Worldview Entertainment did not immediately respond to requests for comment. First announced in 2010, “Blonde” is based on Joyce Carol Oates’ 700-page novel of the same name, which reimagines the inner, poetic and spiritual life of Norma Jeane Baker — the child, the woman and the fated-celebrity better known by her studio name of Marilyn Monroe.

In addition to having to gain 165 pounds and growing an eleventh toe for the role, Jessica Chastain has to "reimagine" how a neurotic, bipolar junkie who could crush the soul of a film set faster than Lindsay Lohan could one day become a feminist icon of relationships (divorced three times and died alone) and natural beauty (had implants and a nose job) for misguided chicks on Tumblr. I'd give her an Oscar for that.

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The Many Faces Of Jessica Chastain

Jessica Chastain was at The Hollywood Reporter Nominees Night at Spago last night and here is what she looked like. I checked all the pictures, but I guess they didn't post the ones where she peeled off her human skin suit to reveal her true lizard alien form.

Photo credit = WENN

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