Jessica Chastain wore a gorgeous floral print monochrome floor-length dress with a dramatic train to the Jameson Empire Film Awards and her spectacular appearance earned her fashionista praise and has filmmakers and entertainment insiders believing that she is ready to accept the mantle of being a Hollywood leading lady superstar (Daily Mail - March 29).
The beautiful redhead has become one of the most in-demand actresses in Hollywood and in the opinion of some entertainment observers is one of the few actresses who could potentially take over for performers such as Julia Roberts, Susan Sarandon and Meryl Streep as Hollywood female superstars.
One suspects she would not admit to ever feeling as if she has 'arrived' as a Hollywood leading lady but the fact she seems to be 'stepping up' her red carpet fashion game from being 'relaxed' and 'sophisticated' to all-out glamour as she illustrated with her appearance on the 'Empire' red carpet has Hollywood insiders believing that she is ready to be a Hollywood superstar leading lady.
Often filmmakers want and need an actress who can create excitement with her appearance on the red carpet and who understands the importance in this Internet era of making sensational appearances on the red carpet and it seems Jessica Chastain has reached this point in her career.
Some fashionistas and entertainment observers cannot remember her ever looking better on the red carpet then her recent appearance nor can they recall when a dress she has worn on the red carpet has resulted in viewers becoming so interested in her next films.
Jessica Chastain's red carpet fashion is now 'matching' her exceptional acting performances and is bringing attention to her recent projects 'Interstellar' and 'A Most Violent Year' and her upcoming 2015 movie releases 'Crimson Peak' and 'The Martian'.
Movie fans looking for the next Hollywood leading lady whom other actresses will be compared to might want to take a close look at Jessica Chastain, an actress who at the 2015 Empire Awards in London showed herself to be the 'model' leading lady for filmmakers, a star on both the big screen and the red carpet.