Zoe Saldana packed on the PDA with her husband Marco Perego at Venice Film Festival on Thursday night.
The actress, 43, planted a kiss on her beau at The Hand of God premiere as they cosied up on the red carpet.
The Guardians Of The Galaxy star looked more loved up than ever as she beamed next to the Italian artist before heading in to watch Paolo Sorrentino’s new drama.
Mwah! Zoe Saldana packed on the PDA with her husband Marco Perego at Venice Film Festival on Thursday night
Zoe looked incredible in a red sequin dress with a sexy thigh high slit up the leg of the jaw-dropping gown, which highlighted her long toned pins as she strutted her way into the venue.
The star styled her eye-catching dress with a pair of simple black strappy heels and wore her raven tresses in a loose sleek style, while opting for a dewy coat of make-up.
Meanwhile Marco donned a black tuxedo for the event and completed the red carpet ensemble with a pair of suede Chelsea boots.
He wore his shoulder-length sunkissed locks loose in a sideswept style and sported a black moustache and goatee.
Cute: The Guardians Of The Galaxy star looked more loved up than ever as she beamed next to the Italian artist before heading in to watch Paolo Sorrentino’s new drama
The 2021 Venice Film Festival will take place from 1-11 September, and is considered one of the world’s oldest awards ceremonies and one of the ‘Big Five’ events.
The jury is headed by Parasite frontman Bong Joon Ho, who said he is ‘honoured to be woven into its beautiful cinematic tradition.
‘As president of the jury — and more importantly as a perpetual cinephile — I’m ready to admire and applaud all the great films selected by the festival. I’m filled with genuine hope and excitement.’
Loved-up: Zoe looked incredible in a red sequin dress with a sexy thigh high slit up the leg of the jaw-dropping gown while Marco sported a black tuxedo and suede boots
This year’s festival has also seen the grand return of its star-studded red carpet premieres, after last year’s event was drastically scaled back due to the Covid pandemic.
Last year’s occasion saw a significantly smaller number of guests in attendance, will all red carpet arrivals required to adhere to social distancing, with temperature checks and mask wearing mandatory at the event.
The Hand Of God, which premiered at the festival on Thursday night, is a story of a boy in the tumultuous Naples of the 1980s.
Sorrentino’s most personal film yet is a tale of fate and family, sports and cinema, love and loss.
Beaming: The screen star flashed a dazzling smile for the camera