Jessica Chastain has become a staple of the Toronto International Film Festival for the past few years, and she's back once again with a new film titled 'The Disappearance of Eleanor Rigby'. The film is actually presented as a double feature [both 'His' and 'Hers'], but will properly be shown as a work in progress as opposed to a completed film.
Chastain has been busy at work for Chris Nolan's 'Interstellar', but she discusses the film on her Facebook wall, writing, "Heading to Toronto to join the cast and crew and I'm very excited to debut the films. I met Ned Benson at the Malibu film festival 10 years ago, when I ran up to him after a screening of a short he directed. I told him I hoped to work with him someday and had my manager send along my reel! How wonderful that 10 years later that dream came true."
She also added, "If you're in town on Monday at 1:30pm, please come and say hello to us as we arrive for our screening. The wonderful and charming James McAvoy will be there. Can't wait for you all to discover his beautiful performance. xxjes."
Chastain continues to remain one of the nicest, most down to earth, and talented actresses around, and she never shies away from risky choices. The Disappearance of Eleanor Rigby, considering it's billed as two films, is definitely a risky endeavor, but with such an amazing cast, it doesn't seem to matter that it's a first time director. Will you guys be attending the TIFF screening for the film? Hit the comments and let us know your thoughts.