Jennifer Lawrence and Nicholas Hoult fans rejoice! It looks like the two might be rekindling their romance.
The two first met on the set of X-Men:First Class and will be reuniting (at least on screen) for the sequel, X-Men:Days of Future Past next July. News broke in January that the pair sadly decided to go their separate ways after two years of being together due to reasons of simply “falling apart.” But by the looks of these recent photos of them two walking out of a Hollywood restaurant Monday night, it seems like they may be giving their relationship another go.
This begs me to wonder if this is due to the fact that her Silver Linings Playbook co-star, Bradley Cooper, has recently started dating 20-year old British model Suki Waterhouse? During promo of the Oscar nominated movie, speculations began that Bradley and Jennifer may have had a thing for one another since they were spending so much time together.
Whatever the reason, “Jicholas?”/”Ninnifer” (?!!) fans will be happy to see these two back together.
A friend of mine recently commented on one of the many Oscar links I’ve shared on Facebook and said reading the story I just posted made him care less about the Oscars (blasphemy!). He also added the following:
“My Oscar nominations are based on: Number of aliens slain by Iron Man, quality of wizard/hobbit relations, and whether or not the lead character would survive in the Hunger Games.”
Touché, friend. Touché. But I have to wonder: who would win based on his criteria?
Considering Academy’s best picture nominees do not include Iron Man, aliens, wizards or hobbits, we’re going to pick our Oscar favourites based on the lead character’s ability to survive The Hunger Games. Here we go!
(Graphic by Kathleen Obtinario)
I’ll have to find out if he was right during tomorrow’s Oscar broadcast!