Katie: Jessica Chastain Zero Dark Thirty & The Invisible War Review

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Recapo Update: This episode of Katie has aired. Click the links below to read an interview with Jessica Chastain and to learn about the invisible war taking place in the military:

Katie February 12 2013 Preview

Katie Couric is inviting some courageous people on her show February 12 2013. She is going to be talking with Jessica Chastain about her career and why people have been calling her the next Meryl Streep. She is also going to be taking an up close look at a documentary that moved her so much she felt compelled to share it with her audience.

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Katie: Jessica Chastain Zero Dark Thirty & The Invisible War Review

Katie Couric February 11 2013 is talking with Jessica Chastain about making it in Hollywood and she is talking with the women behind The Invisible War. (s_bukley / Shutterstock.com)

This episode, “Hollywood on the Front Lines: Jessica Chastain,” is all about the empowerment of women and the ways they have changed the face of this country.

The Katie Couric Show: Actress Jessica Chastain

Jessica Chastain is one of the fasting rising stars in Hollywood. She was nominated for her role in Zero Dark Thirty, she stepped out her comfort zone and filmed Mama and now she is stopping by Katie to talk about who she really credits with helping her break into the business. Jessica Chastain is also going to be talking with Katie about her long career before she made it to the top and how she isn’t just an overnight success.

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Tune in to find out why so many people are calling Chastain this generation’s Meryl Streep, what makes her more nervous than making movies and whether or not she has a boyfriend.

Katie Couric: The Invisible War Review

Katie Couric was deeply inspired by the Oscar-nominated documentary, The Invisible War, a movie about women being assaulted in the military. According to Department of Defense estimates, over 19,300 members of the US military were assaulted in 2010. Yet only ten percent of those assault cases end in prosecution, even though the rate of physical abuse is double that of any other service in the world.

Katie Couric is going to be talking with these women who have fought for our country are now fighting back their tears to their the painful stories that inspired the documentary.

Make sure to tune into Katie February 11 2013 to learn about the documentary that movie Katie Couric so much she needed to find out more. If you miss any part of the episode, stop by Recapo tomorrow afternoon for a complete recap of the show.

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