AceShowbiz - It seems like Macaulay Culkin and Brenda Song are definitely dating. The pair were spotted being openly "affectionate" with each other at Instagram's Knott's Scary Farm celebrity night in California on Friday, September 29.
Culkin and Song were also walking through the theme park hand-in-hand, a source told Entertainment Tonight. "Parkgoers said they were very cute with each other holding hands and very affectionate," so the source said, adding, "Looked like they were having a great time."
The new lovebirds were on a double date with friend Seth Green and his wife Clare Grant. The source said the foursome were having a "great" time together. "They all looked super comfortable together and like they were having a great night out," said the source.
Reps for Culkin and Song have yet to comment on the dating report. The pair first sparked romance rumors when they're photographed having a nice dinner together back in July. They were seen grabbing some gurb at Craig's in L.A. at the time.
Both the 37-year-old "Home Alone" actor and the 29-year-old actress will appear in Green's upcoming directorial debut, "Changeland". Speaking to ET, the former Disney darling admitted making the film in Thailand completely changed her life because they had such an "incredible" experience.
"It's basically about a guy who is going on a planned a trip with his wife, finds out that she's cheating on him, and his best friend jumps in last minute, and it's their adventures in Thailand and the people they sort of come across, and the crazy adventures that happen when you go on a trip across the world," she said.
"It's been incredible," the actress shared. "We spent five weeks in Thailand shooting this. Seth directed and wrote and starred in it, and this has been in the making for the last seven years, so he made it happen, it was incredible - it was like, Changeland for me."
Speaking about how Green persuaded the notoriously-private actor Culkin to star in the film, Song added, "Seth and him had done 'Party Monster' together so they had been friends forever, so I think that's probably how he got [him] in, but it was a wonderful experience."