Jessica Chastain as Lucille Sharpe is the definition of Femme Fatale in this amazing work of art, directed by horror legend himself, Guillermo Del Toro. Lucille is a gothic beauty who doesn’t care too much for her brother’s new wife. Jessica was so dedicated to her character that she learned how to play the piano, and she’s playing it in the scenes you see in the movie.
She was handed the script for Crimson Peak by Del Toro after working together on the horror movie Mama. She was originally offered the part of Edith, the movie’s final girl, but was much more intrigued by Lucille — and Del Toro agreed. I’m glad a switch was made so that we got to see this bad girl on the list. I am also really excited about Jessica getting casted in the upcoming It sequel that is expected to hit theaters in 2019. - Miss J
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