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A month after the pair were spotted enjoying a dinner date at Osteria Mozza in West Hollywood, a source confirmed that they were a couple, saying, 'It hasn't been long, but it's serious.'
Colin Farrell is also seen wielding a gun while filming scenes for the upcoming season 2 of the HBO hit series in Los Angeles with his co-stars.
Kitsch will be a war veteran, McAdams will be one of the lead police officers while Reilly will be Vince Vaughn's on-screen wife.
The 'Lone Survivor' star will be the third actor announced as one of the central characters in the eight-episode arc.
The two acclaimed actors are reportedly in talks to join the HBO drama's second season as two of the four leads.
The 'John Carter' star revealed in a magazine interview that he found hockey therapeutic in mending his broken heart.
Producer Nina Jacobson says that Hammer and Hedlund's casting rumor for 'The Hunger Games' sequel is 'so not true', insisting, 'We've not narrowed things down by any means.'
An insider reveals that the 'Battleship' hunk, the 'Lone Ranger' star and the 'On the Road' actor are the top three choices to play Finnick Odair in the sequel to 'The Hunger Games'.
The first full trailer for the Oliver Stone crime-action film is filled with intense scenes, including the one that sees Kitsch violently stabbing John Travolta's hand.
Kitsch's Chon and Johnson's Ben are two drug-dealer buddies who must team up to rescue their girlfriend Ophelia, who is held captive by a dangerous Mexican mafia.
Claiming that he has 'absolutely no regrets' over the film's big loss, Kitsch says he would 'love to go do 'John Carter 2' ' although it is unclear if Walt Disney Pictures will greenlight the sequel.
Instead of focusing on the scenes in Barsoom, the long snippet highlights the titular hero's background story as a troubled former military captain in Virginia.
The actor playing the titular hero in the sci-fi film looks dapper in his suit, while his co-star looks sexy in a plunging dress at the special screening taking place at the Regent LA Live Theatre.
The 'X-Men Origins: Wolverine' actor claims that he has a deep appreciation of photography after taking on the role of combat snapper Kevin Carter in 'The Bang Bang Club'.
The 'Friday Night Lights' actor reveals he sought treatment after the 'Bang Bang Club' filming was wrapped because he nearly killed himself in order to portray his skinny photojournalist character.