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Jessica Chastain stuns in an eye-catching vibrant green gown at the George & Tammy premiere in LA
Jessica Chastain made a show-stopping appearance in a vibrant green dress and wowed at the George & Tammy premiere in Los Angeles earlier Monday evening. The Oscar-winning actress, 45, opted for a pop of color as she stepped onto the glamorous red carpet along with her fellow cast members and other celebrities. The Showtime limited series, which originally was set to be a film, follows the country music careers and relationship of icons Tammy Wynette, played by Chastain, and George Jones, portrayed by Michael Shannon.  Wow! Jessica Chastain, 45, donned an eye-catching ensemble as she attended the George & Tammy premiere in Los Angeles earlier Monday evening The Eyes Of Tammy Faye actress made a fashion statement by wearing a backless, lime green dress with a draped cowl top.  The gown was held up with a thin halter straps that were tied at the back of her neck, while the soft, flowy material fell down towards the ground. The stylish ensemble showcased her fit figure as she cheerfully posed for an assortment of photos once she arrived at the grand premiere taking place at Goya Studios. Jessica pulled back her long locks into a low ponytail, allowing her hair to cascade behind her.  Elegant: The talented actress donned a lime green dress that was secured with thin halter straps behind her at the base of her neck  Big role: The beauty took on the role of country music icon, Tammy Wynette, in the upcoming Showtime limited series, which airs on the network on December 4  Star-studded cast: Jessica and George were seen in the shoes of their characters of Tammy and George in the six-part, limited Showtime series The Zero Dark Thirty star kept her accessories minimalistic for the event, and chose to only add a pair of gold,
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problematic uncle in the industry family, certain to entertain and disturb in equal measure, depending on what one is willing to overlook when the sausage is being made (or even, considering some reports, when he’s away from the factory).That the Oscar-nominated writer-director is in the mix again with the period comedy-adventure “Amsterdam” after seven years away (since 2015’s lumpy “Joy”) indicates a willingness in Hollywood to endure the reminders of his behavioral issues and to bet on the recipe of star power, emotional smarts and provocative farce that forged “Flirting with Disaster,” “Silver Linings Playbook” and “American Hustle.”Only the first ingredient is in evidence with “Amsterdam,” however, and no amount of wattage from Christian Bale, Margot Robbie, John David Washington, Zoe Saldana, Anya Taylor-Joy, Rami Malek or Robert De Niro — or even an A-list B-team of Taylor Swift, Chris Rock, Andrea Riseborough, Matthias Schoenaerts, Alessandro Nivola, Mike Myers and Michael Shannon — can lift this flat, unfunny genre-fluid whatsit from its performative stumbling toward contemporary relevance.At first, when it’s 1933 New York, we sense an eccentric buddy-picture in the making, centered on themes of integration and the treatment of veterans. Bale’s character (and semi-narrator) is Burt Berendsen, a scraggly, half-Catholic/half-Jewish doctor focused on new medicines for wounded Great War soldiers like himself (he lost an eye) and estranged from his status-conscious Park Avenue wife (Riseborough).
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