Jessica Chastain has a sense of humor about fans going wild over her obvious chemistry with her Scenes From A Marriage co-star, Oscar Isaac.
Chastain and Isaac sent fans into a frenzy thanks to a video of the two posing together on the red carpet at the premiere of their HBO mini-series at the Venice Film Festival on Saturday. The two shared a moment, with Isaac giving her a playful look before smelling her arm. Chastain laughed out loud at Isaac’s antics, affectionately cupping his cheeks in response.
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Social media couldn’t get enough of the interaction, with one tweet reading, “I’ll never not be bitter we aren’t getting a live action Addams Family starring Oscar Isaac and Jessica Chastain.”
“This video of Oscar Isaac and Jessica Chastain is quite literally the sexiest thing I have ever seen,” another tweet reads.
Chastain took to Twitter on Monday to poke fun at the now viral video, tweeting a picture of Gomez Addams from The Addams Family films kissing his wife, Morticia’s, arm.
“Sept 12th 😈,” she wrote, referring to Scenes From a Marriage’s release date.
Sept 12th 😈 pic.twitter.com/xFBKogs4Ey
Of course, 44-year-old Chastain and 42-year-old Isaac are both happily married in real-life and not to each other. Chastain married Gian Luca Passi de Preposulo in 2017, and Isaac married his wife, Elvira Lind, also in 2017.
Chastain and Isaac play a married couple navigating the ups and downs of their relationship in HBO’s new limited series. The five-episode limited series is based on Ingmar Bergman’s 1973 Swedish miniseries by the same name. Isaac plays Jonathan, a passive philosophy professor, while Chastain plays Mira, an ambitious tech executive. In the trailer released last month, fans saw the two characters fall in and out of love, start a family, try to work it out and even come back together as they search for the passion that once fueled their relationship.
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