It has been months since multiple sources claim that Taylor Kitsch and Rachel McAdams were rumored to be in a romantic relationship after they were spotted dining together in a restaurant. Read on!
Kitsch and McAdams were both cast in HBO’s “True Detective” and from then on, the two reportedly got closer from each other.
After they were spotted having a cozy date at West Hollywood’s Osteria Mozza, multiple sources confirm that the two celebrities are indeed having a mutual understanding.
According to Us Weekly, a source said that McAdams and Kitsch’s relationship “hasn’t been long” but it’s definitely serious.
Another source added that the rumored couple knew each other for years as friends and as they filmed together at their drama series, “they grew closer” than ever.
McAdams once had an interview with Glamour magazine and based on her opinion about “dating your co-star,” “work isn’t a convenient place to find love.”
Well, it seems like she got her lesson when she was once linked to her “The Notebook” co-star, Ryan Gosling? And to her on-screen husband in “Southpaw” movie, Jake Gyllenhaal?
McAdams said that though a set may seem like a good place for love, still, it’s not that favorable to get into a relationship—“it’s too distracting.”
“Every relationship I’ve had with a coworker comes after the fact,” McAdams continued.
As multiple “reliable” insiders from different gossip sites haveclaimed about McAdams and Kitsch relationship, it seems like none of it were even real as a source and the rumored couple themselves denied the news.
“There is nothing to set straight! She is an amazing actress and a great gal!”
McAdams, on the other hand, indirectly answered the speculations by pinpointing her disappointment about how media platforms manipulate such news and how sometimes you just have to laugh about this “weird, bizarre, surreal” reports.
The 36-year-old actress told Entertainment Tonight, “It’s funny the things the internet likes to proclaim.”
She went on by saying, “I’m like, ‘Who are these people? How did they confirm that?’ I find it really confusing, but yeah, it’s an odd little thing.”