Omnipresent actress Jessica Chastain (seriously, there was a moment there where it seemed like you couldn’t make a movie without her) got married yesterday in the northern Italian city of Treviso. If Jessica, 40, takes her husband’s name, they will have to extend marquees for her. She married Gian Luca Passi de Preposulo, 34, at his family’s 17th-century villa north of Venice, according to People.
Gian used to be the PR guy for Armani and now works for Montcler. But it’s not like he really has to get up in the morning to go to work, because he’s got that old family money. They’ve owned “Villa Tiepolo Pass” (that’s the aforementioned villa) since the 1800s, they have their own brand of bubbly… you get the picture.
The guests included Anne Hathaway (who probably campaigned as hard to be considered for a bridesmaid gig as she did for that Oscar) and her husband Adam Shulman, Emily Blunt, hot-ass Edgar Ramirez, and a whole bunch of European socialites and jet-set types.
Here’s the couple on their big day:
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Jessica’s one of those “I’m not putting my life out there for public consumption like the rest of these fools” types, so she’s been pretty quiet in the past about her relationship. She’s dated Gian since 2013, but doesn’t speak about him much. She actually did tell Mario Lopez from Extra at the 2014 Oscars that she was “very, very happy” with Gian and that it’s “a wonderful thing when a career does so well and your personal life goes so well.” At least she’s not one of those humblebragging types who downplays their accomplishments!
Jessica recently served on the jury at Cannes and stirred it up when she denounced this year’s films for having a dearth of solid female representation. And she’s unafraid to roll her eyes at bullshit acting methods like Johnny Depp allegedly needing his lines read to him via an earpiece. So she’ll put it all out there when she needs to. She probably interrupted the ceremony to specify that there wouldn’t be any of this “obey” shit and probably said it in perfect Italian. She’s got it together.