So it should be no surprise Kate Bosworth plays a married woman who gets seduced by a younger man in the trailer for her latest film And While We Were Here.
Ironically fresh faced Kate, 30, looks more in the age bracket of her toyboy lover than her on-screen husband, who is played by 38-year-old Iddo Goldberg.
Young lust: Kate Bosworth falls for toyboy Jamie Blackley in the trailer for And While We Were Here
And things certainly take a racy turn when she is shown sharing a steamy kiss in a kitchen with 22-year-old Jamie Blackley, who plays the third point in the movie's love triangle.
Kate, who played Lois Lane in Superman Returns, stars as Jane, a writer who starts an affair with a younger man named Caleb while working on a writing project on the Italian island of Ischia.
The pair meet by chance when she mistakes him for an Italian, only to discover he is a volunteer worker for a marine biology organisation.
They start out as just good friends, but they are pushed together as her husband Leonard is more concerned with his own work as a violinist than his wife's lusty advances.
Credibility gap: It is hard to take fresh faced Kate seriously as a world weary author looking for a toyboy
Who needs a computer: Kate's writer character prefers to do things the old fashioned way with a pencil and paper
She ends up spending more and more time with her young suitor, taking wild rides into the country on his scooter and romantic walks round the charming rustic village before finally becoming romantically involved.
The film, helmed by Kate's L!fe Happens director Kat Coiro, premiered last year at the Tribeca Film Festival.
Intriguingly it was then presented in black and white, but when it is released this month it will in full colour.
And While We Were Here will be released on iTunes and VOD on August 13 and in theatres on September 13.
Lost that loving feeling: Her overworked husband rebuffs his lusty wife's advances after a hard day
Playing with himself: Her husband is more interested in his violin than his scantily clad wife