Looks like these two are still going strong after over a year of dating!
On Wednesday evening Kirsten Dunst and Garrett Hedlund were snapped jetting back in to Los Angeles International Airport after a quickie trip to France, and given how much they've been joined at the hip lately, we have to wonder if they're getting engaged soon!
Kirsten had to cut their Parisian vacay short to promote her new flick Upside Down, and aside from reprising his role in the untitled Tron: Legacy sequel, Garrett doesn't have any other gigs lined up, so it looks like he'll be tagging along with his lady love!
On Wednesday Country Strong star Garrett Hedlund was snapped leaving Kirsten Dunst's Los Feliz house, and he seemed surprised when he saw photographers. The duo have been dating since 2011 when they met on the set of On The Road, and just two days ago we spotted Kirsten with a giant diamond on her left hand. Sure it's not on her ring finger, but could it be a gift from her beau?
A couple that runs errands together, stay together!
Cameras caught Kirsten Dunst with boyfriend Garrett Hedlund in Beverly Hills yesterday as the two were tying up some loose ends around town, which included a trip to the doctor's office.
The On The Road co-star's relationship has remained strong for months now after filming and they've been good at keeping a low profile. Despite rumors that Hedlund popped the question during Dunst's 30th birthday party at the Chateau Marmont, which his rep refuted, these two look as happy as ever!
Jeremy Renner has been chosen as the lead in The Bourne Legacy, the latest flick in the Jason Bourne franchise.
Renner, who got Oscar nominations for The Hurt Locker and The Town, will replace Matt Damon as the lead in the franchise, though reports are that Renner will not be playing Jason Bourne. Instead, he'll be another super assassin similar to Bourne (we're guessing in case the studio wants to bring Matt Damon back at some point.) Production on The Bourne Legacy starts in September.
Renner's upcoming films include Thor, Mission Impossible: Ghost Protocol and The Avengers.
See who else was up for the role after the jump (hint: one of them is Renner's former co-star.)
The first pics from the set of On The Road have just hit the net, and they've definitely captured that vintage '50's vibe.
Jack Kerouac wrote the novel the movie is based on in just three short weeks, but it immediately became a book that defined an entire generation in the 1950's. And now we're about to see it all come alive through Kristen Stewart and Garrett Hedlund! Yummy.
The movie centers around Dean (Hedlund) who sets out to travel the roads and railways of America with his wife Marylou (Stewart) who enjoys sleeping with Sal (Sam Riley) while Dean watches. Wow. Sounds like KStew gets some major action in this movie. She gets all the hot co-stars.
On The Road is set to be released November 25, 2011. So there's plenty of time to read the book first ... or scan through the Cliff's Notes!
Country Strong hottie Garrett Hedlund landed at the Tegel Airport in Berlin this morning, and we're not sure where co-star/rumored lady love Leighton Meester was, but that's just fine with us!
Even though TRON: Legacy didn't quite live up to its expectations at the box office (it has earned $159.2 million to date domestically, which hardly covers the film's $300 million budget), it looks like 2011 is going to be all about Garrett, as Country Strong has been getting rave reviews from critics. Can't wait to see more of him on the big screen!
All that running around in Tron: Legacy has certainly kept Olivia Wilde and Garrett Hedlund in amazing shape. The two hotties are gracing the January/February covers of Men's Health and Women's Health.
Hedlund, 26, talks about getting in fine form for Tron. He tells the mag:
â€œThey do a body scan so they can formulate the suit around you. Itâ€™s three-quarters of an inch of foam rubber that fits you like a glove. If you have a belly your scanâ€™s going to have a belly.â€
Wilde, also 26, says her Tron character may be her favorite role to date. She adds:
"The great thing about playing a strong female character is that I feel like I've created someone for little girls to look up to."