Sean Penn smokes a cigarette and hangs out with Hunter Biden at Soho House in Malibu

From the “Mystical River” to mysterious meetings.

Sean Penn was seen socializing with his first son, Hunter Biden, at Soho House in Malibu, California, on Wednesday.

The “I Am Sam” star was photographed with a cigarette in his mouth, wearing a blue plaid shirt, baggy pants and carrying a tan jacket as he exited his car.

Meanwhile, Biden kept a low profile wearing a black baseball cap, aviator sungla*ses, a dark denim jacket and gray pants.

The two men were seen talking casually while outside the luxurious members-only club.

We’re told Penn, 63, and Biden, 54, have been spending a lot of time together lately, as they were recently spotted visiting each other’s homes.

The nature of their new friendship is unclear, and the actors did not immediately respond to Page Six’s request for comment on whether they were hanging out as friends or to discuss business.

However, Ben and Biden are not an unlikely pair, as the former has a knack for befriending seemingly controversial figures.

The “Carlito’s Way” star once secretly met, partnered and interviewed murderous drug lord Joaquín Guzmán Loera – also known as “El Chapo” – for an article published in Rolling Stone magazine.

“While I was surfing the waves of Malibu when I was nine years old, he was already working the marijuana and poppy fields in the remote mountains of Sinaloa,” Penn wrote of the former cartel leader in 2016.

“Today he runs the largest international drug cartel the world has ever known, surpa*sing even Pablo Escobar.”

Penn also appeared in the Netflix doc “The Day I Met El Chapo: The Kate Del Castillo Story” in 2017.

Biden — who has been indicted on nine counts for allegedly evading more than $1 million in taxes while living an “extravagant” lifestyle — is said to be working on a document about himself.

The Los Angeles Times reported in January that Hollywood lawyer Kevin Morris supports the project, which aims to show President Joe Biden’s son “painting, selling his art, raising his son and living daily life as a sober adult with ongoing criminal investigations.”

Nearly three years ago, Hunter — who is originally from Delaware — moved to Malibu to better a*sist him in his artistic endeavors.

In July 2021, he moved into a $20,000-a-month rental apartment with his wife, South African model and director Melissa Cohen, and their son, Beau Jr.

Hunter told Artnet News at the time that he would wake up at 5 a.m. every day, make a cup of coffee and go to the garage, which had been converted into an art studio with a drawing table.

The author of “Beautiful Things” added in the interview with the magazine: “I do not paint from emotion or feeling, which I believe are fleeting.

“For me, painting is about trying to show what I believe is the universal truth.”

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