Hours before the debut of Rose McGowan's new powerful docuseries, "Citizen Rose," Harvey Weinstein broke his silence, which caused the actress to furiously fire back on Twitter.
Chastain isn’t a hardboiled Washington lobbyist, but she did learn to negotiate like one for a movie.
The Oscar-winning screenwriter explains how his thrilling directorial debut became "the story of a woman navigating a world of powerful men."
Here is the story of a woman who saw the underbelly of elite male Hollywood, and faced jail time for refusing to expose its vulnerabilities to a gossip-hungry public. “You’ve seen what’s on those hard drives — families, lives, careers will be ruined,” Chastain, as Bloom, says in the film.
The 40-year-old actress admitted that her recent Golden Globe nomination came as a surprise.
Spouse shout-outs. Screams. Puppy tuxedo fittings. These are the best celeb reactions to the Golden Globes nominations.
At a time when many stars are embroiled in controversy, Twitter users are offering up tiny anecdotes about celebs performing some small acts of kindness.
Jessican Chastain, co-star Michael Greyeyes, and director Susanna White talk 'Woman Walks Ahead,' a tale of an portrait artist and Sitting Bull in 1880
First trailer for 'Molly's Game,' feature film directorial debut of writer Aaron Sorkin ('The Social Network,' 'The West Wing') starring Jessica Chastain
In essay for 'Variety,' Chastain explains she is at a point in her career where she will turn down offers that do not guarantee equal pay for equal work
As Helmut Zemo, the secret architect of the Marvel Cinematic Universe’s status quo-rattling Civil War, Daniel Brühl showed no fear when pitting Team Iron Man against Team Captain America. Brühl’s latest role in the World War II drama The Zookeeper’s Wife required spending lots of time with various members of the animal kingdom. Within the first 10 minutes of the Niki Caro-directed film, now playing in limited release, he and co-star Jessica Chastain get up close and personal with a pair of nervous elephant parents whose young offspring is struggling to breathe.
Three of Corden’s guests went behind the glass Wednesday night, one after another, and tested their nerve in the game Corden calls Flinch.
Jessica Chastain as a woman who sheltered Jews in the Warsaw Zoo during the Holocaust
Zachary Quinto attends 2016 Humane Society of the United States to the Rescue. Laughter is the best medicine — and Zachary Quinto is clearly feeling sickened by Trump‘s recent ascendancy to the presidency. Rather than post semimilitant shirtless selfies in protest (ICYMI: Chris Meloni took that approach), Quinto shared a hilarious video featuring Trump, Melania Trump, and the Obamas (plus sparkling cameos by Hillary Clinton, Nancy Pelosi, and George W. Bush).
On Jan. 21, one day after Donald Trump takes office as president, more than 200,000 people are expected to participate in the Women’s March on Washington. Protest rallies are also planned across at least 30 cities nationwide, from Los Angeles to Washington, D.C. The purpose of the march is to send a bold message to the new administration and the world that women’s rights are human rights.
Jessica Chastain was interviewed on "Inside the Actor’s Studio" and described some pivotal moments in her career, including working with Al Pacino on the 2013 film "Salomé."
In a recent interview with Willie Geist on Sunday TODAY, Chastain reveals the reason why she never went to her high school prom. Chastain has just been nominated for a Golden Globe for Best Actress for her performance in “Miss Sloane.” She won a Golden Globe in 2013 for her performance in “Zero Dark Thirty” and was given the nod for two other Academy Awards.
Eddie Redmayne joined James Corden on The Late Late Show, where they revealed the two go way back and attended the Jackie Palmer Stage School at the same time.
On "Ellen" Wednesday, Jessica Chastain described getting pulled onstage at a Madonna concert and then publicly spanking the pop star. All to please her friends.
When the first trailer for The Huntsman: Winter’s War came out three months ago, it was hard to know who audiences were supposed to root for in this Kristen Stewart-less prequel to 2012’s Snow White and the Huntsman. Did the preening, power-hungry Ravenna really kill Freya’s baby?
In separate pieces in The Hollywood Reporter, both Barbra Streisand and Jessica Chastain pull back the curtain on what it’s like to be a woman in Hollywood. The two, who have seven Academy Award nominations between them, talk about their experiences as minorities in the film industry, and where they see it going. “What does ‘difficult’ mean, anyway?” Streisand, who has long been dogged by rumors about on-set behavior, asks. “[Women are] just measured by a different standard.