AceShowbiz - Rosario Dawson and Cory Booker are still together and strong, nine months after they were first reported dating. The couple made a rare joint appearance at the Los Angeles premiere of documentary "The Need to Grow" which she narrates.
The actress and the Democratic presidential hopeful were lovey-dovey as they posed together for the cameras on the red carpet. The lovebirds flashed big smiles while wrapping their hands around each other's waist.
Rosario looked effortlessly chic in a black mock-neck, floral dress. The shimmering sleeveless gown featured blue and white leafy flowers, and she paired it with jeweled pumps and a black blazer. Her long raven hair was arranged in straight style and let loose. The 40-year-old beauty put on a gray blazer when she took an individual snap.
Her senator boyfried, meanwhile, opted for a semi-casual look in a white shirt, a dark tartan blazer and jeans. He completed his outfit with black leather loafers.
Rosario and Cory sparked dating rumors in January, when they were first spotted together at a showing of Broadway's "Dear Evan Hansen" along with her daughter Lola and his niece. It's not until March that the "Daredevil" TV series alum confirmed their relationship.
Met at New York Comic Con last weekend, Rosario compared her beau to the late TV icon Fred Rogers. "When I watched the documentary of Mr. Rogers, I was like, 'Yeah, he really reminds me [of him],' " she gushed to ET. "He really is an innately good human being, who really actually wakes up every day excited to be living his purpose, just spreading love and unity and passion and power and using his office to try to create as much good around him as possible. It's pretty incredible."
She went on praising the 50-year-old politician, "I've seen him at his most tired, his most exhausted, his most broken down from just different things that are going on, having to respond to the crisis... He's right there responding, just coming with grace and beauty. It's just been really remarkable. He's just a good human being."