How to go from best friends to dating
There are very few people that will understand what that's like at 20 years old.” The “just friends” thing hasn't stopped the two from posting the cutest stuff on their social media, including when Zendaya called out Holland on Snapchat for being a paparazzi magnet.The two are set to star in the Spider-Man: Homecoming sequel, which should see the onscreen friendship between Holland's Peter Parker and Zendaya's Michelle (who friends call MJ) perhaps turn into more. While Riverdale co-stars Cole Sprouse and Lili Reinhart have mostly stayed mum about their dating status, Reinhart (sort of) confirmed they were an item earlier this month.Even though many fans want this pair together, Tom Holland and Zendaya have been shooting down romance rumors since they starred together in last summer's Spider-Man: Homecoming.The former Disney Channel actress told Variety last year, "He's a great dude. This past how many months we've had to do press tours together.While their characters Elizabeth and Philip Jennings pretend to be a happily married American couple but who are secretly Russian spies, Rhys and Russell found themselves falling in love for real. “What I enjoy is [Rhys] makes it so easy,” she said.After it was confirmed the two were indeed dating, news broke that Russell and Rhy were expecting their first child, who was born in 2016. “You feel you’re in safe hands, and it’s enjoyable to work like that because you’re sort of like, let him do all the hard stuff.” The actors are saying goodbye their Americans characters this year in the show's sixth and final season.The actress made an appearance on Good Morning America last year and gushed about her former co-star.
Aniston told People one of the reasons she and Bateman have remained close is because he is “beautifully consistent as an actor and a human being.” in 2011. Aniston, and as long as she continues to hire me for her projects, I will not show the pictures.” All joking aside, Bateman added, “We’ve always just really gotten along well.
Former Pretty Little Liars star Lucy Hale and her Life Sentence co-star Riley Smith are definitely dating, at least judging from some recent snaps that showed the two kissing while on a romantic dinner in Los Angeles on Valentine's Day.
A source told Us Weekly, “She leaned over to kiss and hug [Smith] a few times during this period and was also seen sucking his lollipop that the restaurant gives to their customers for after the meal.” How sweet.
Hale and Smith star in the new CW show, which premiered March 7.
Hale plays a girl who she finds out she has been cured of a terminal illness and has to deal with some of the choices she made when she thought her end was approaching. Will Grant, an oncologist who has a soft-spot for some of his patients – and apparently for his co-star!