Jessica Chastain IS Dating Gian Luca Passi: ‘He’s In The Fashion Industry’.

A source says they’ve ‘been dating seriously for a while’ but want to retain privacy.
Jessica Chastain ‘doesn’t date actors’, but she has recently hinted at a romance… with French fashion executive Gian Luca Passi, according to sources!

The Zero Dark Thirty star recently admitted to Us Weeky that the only plus one she’ll be taking to Sunday’s Academy Awards ceremony is her grandmother… but it’s now been revealed there’s a special man in her life, too.
The redheaded starlet has been seeing Gian Luca Passi, an Italian-born executive for French fashion brand Moncler, for a good while but prefers to keep her relationships private. She held off from mentioning her lover for as long as possible, but it wasn’t long before she slipped up!
Chastain spoke discreetly about her man during a recent appearance on Katie Couric in the US. When Katie asked Chastain if she had a boyfriend, she replied coyly:

“I do. I have a rule that I don’t date actors so he’s not in the business at all. He’s in the fashion industry.”
The Italian Count was recently spotted admiring the actress from afar as she performed on stage in her play The Heiress, cementing rumours that he is the boyfriend she’s hinting at.

“They’ve been dating seriously for a while now and Gian really likes her,” a source told Us Weekly.”He is a classy guy and completely agrees about respecting their relationship and not flaunting it.”

At last weekend’s Writers’ Guild Awards in L.A., Chastain (up against Jennifer Lawrence, Emmanuelle Riva, Naomi Watts and Quvenzhane Wallis in the Best Actress category at this Sunday’s Oscars) couldn’t stop talking about her man at a backstage gifting suite.

Chastain gushed over a bottle of Purity Vodka: “My boyfriend loves Vodka. The bottle is pretty.”If you seen Gian in a bar any time soon, sneak a peek at what he’s drinking!


This is modern non-dating. If you can’t like it, tweet it, share it or use a hashtag, it’s just a tree falling in the woods by itself.A group blind date — at its essence — is down-right Darwinian. At a point, someone loses. Now, who fell flat this particular night? So around 10 p.m., the boys were separated from the girls, to see where things stood.

From the ladies:

“I feel like it was superexciting at first. And then, as their charm started to wear, and they got a little more comfortable, they became a little more boring.”

I asked which one they weren’t into. The response: “I think the guy that’s not liked is the skinny one.”

From the guys:

“I’m enjoying myself. They’re fun girls. We all agree that two out of the three girls are attractive.” And they dubbed the third as “sweet.”

A few in the group said the next day that numbers were exchanged. And there was talk of hanging out at a party the next time. And they all would “try” to keep in touch.

But there was no love connection, which is fine.Just Fun, No Love.
Waxman says a “successful” Grouper can be many things: Making new friends, reconnecting with old ones or just having a good night of drinking — which makes sense. More than anything that stood out of that night’s Grouper date was that the hashtag generation would almost be fine doing nothing alone, ever again.

Two of the night’s Grouper participants summed it up best.”Of course I would go out on my own if I knew other people were going to be out on their own as well. And I wouldn’t be the awkward person alone at the bar, desperate. But everyone’s always in a group these days,” Chloe says.”Desperation. I feel like if you’re alone, you’re like becoming desperate,” Alex said.

Grouper’s got them covered. And they’re moving to where everything is headed these days — your smartphone. The company plans to debut a mobile app later this spring. Soon, you and your friends will be able to set up Grouper rendezvous almost immediately.You’ll be able to move from a night alone to #Groupergram in no time. And all of your friends will be able to see.Yes, modern love is a group sport. And the stadium is all of the Internet.