Jessica Chastain Oscar Isaac
VENICE, ITALY – SEPTEMBER 04: Jessica Chastain and Oscar Isaac attend the red carpet of the movie “Competencia Oficial” during the 78th Venice International Film Festival on September 04, 2021 in Venice, Italy. (Photo by Vittorio Zunino Celotto/Getty Images)

The internet was thrown into a frenzy this week when co-stars Jessica Chastain and Oscar Isaac stepped onto the red carpet at the Venice Film Festival. The pair made an appearance to promote their new HBO series Scenes From a Marriage. While posing for the cameras Isaac held out Chastain’s arm and kissed it in a fleeting horny moment.

It was enough to make anyone melt. I sent the footage to anyone that would listen (and the list was long). Sure, they’re both married – but we can fantasize, right? Now the actress has responded to the social media commotion. On Twitter, the star published an image of Gomez Addams kissing Morticia Addams arm from the 1963 The Addams Family sitcom.

“Sept 12th 😈,” Chastain captioned the tweet.

The pair understood their PR assignment for the evening and I won’t think twice about watching Scenes From a Marriage. Chastain is married to fashion executive Gian Luca Passi de Preposulo in real life while Isaac tied the knot with filmmaker Elvira Lind.

The PDA stunt is reminiscent to the bond between Bradley Cooper and Lady Gaga who were seen very cosy on a number occasions following the release of A Star Is Born. Remember that Oscars performance? ICONIC!

“lady gaga and bradley cooer walked so oscar issac and jessica chastain can run,” one user published to Twitter.

Cooper was dating Irina Shayk at the time while Lady Gaga ended her engagement to Christian Carino days before the Oscars. It was enough to convince us something was really going on.

As for the upcoming series, Isaac reflected on filming with the actress. “She’s one of the greats,” he told Dujour. “She’s someone that has always inspired me and brought the best out of me, both as an actor and a person. Acting with her is effortless. Nothing needs to be planned in advance. As long as I’m present, I know anything can happen because there is total trust.”