Jessica Chastain stuns in intricate top and trousers combination at The Eyes Of Tammy Fay premiere at Toronto International Film Festival
She is a veteran of Hollywood with a career spanning 17 years.
So no doubt Jessica Chastain knows how to make an entrance.
The 44-year-old actress looked stunning as always as she arrived for the premiere of her film The Eyes Of Tammy Fay at the Toronto International Film Festival on Sunday night.
The actress donned an intricate look featuring a white top and black trousers with a silver beaded floral design hanging down the front of it.
She matched the stunning look with a silver clutch featuring the same detailings.
Jessica accessorized with several matching rings.
Her signature red tresses were pulled back in a ponytail as she accentuated her natural looks with complementary make-up.
Speaking of make-up the star recently revealed that in order for her to get into the role as she recently said that her skin has been left in bad shape following her transformation into Tammy Faye Bakker.
The Zero Dark Thirty actress stars as the late televangelist, who was known for caking her face in make-up, in The Eyes Of Tammy Faye.
And Jessica has revealed wearing the heavy film makeup left her skin stretched out. 'I think for sure I've done some permanent damage to my skin on this,' she told The Los Angeles Times.
'Listen, I eat very pure and I take very good care of my skin and I stay out of the sun and all that stuff. But it's heavy,' said the redheaded beauty.
'And when you're wearing it all day every day — the weight of it on your body, it stretches your skin out,' added the red carpet fixture.
'I finally took it off and I was like, "I look 50 years old!"' Jessica said with a laugh.
'No, I'm kidding. But it's fine. It's for my art.'
The California native admitted she 'freaked out' and didn't think she would be able to wear the 'heavy' make-up at first, because it was making it challenging for her to act.
She continued: 'The very first test I did was difficult, honestly. I mean, we fixed it. But I was freaked out. I was like, "I don't know how to act like this."'
'People think it's easier, but it's not. You have to reach through the makeup — you can't let the make-up be the performance.'
The Molly's Game star revealed it took her seven-and-a-half hours to have the make-up applied, and it to got 'so heavy and hot', Jessica worried about her circulation.
She said: 'I got to set and I was so panicky. 'I started to have hot flushes because it's so heavy and hot. I was afraid. It was like going on a long-distance flight every day. Because if it takes seven and a half hours to put on, it's going to take at least two hours to get off.
'It was concerning to me.'
The upcoming film is based on the 2000 documentary of the same name, and the cast also includes Andrew Garfield as Jim Bakker. The Eyes of Tammy Faye will be released in theaters on September 17.