Jennifer Lawrence sure is usually comfortable staying friends with her exes.
The actress had a fun date night with her fresh boyfriend, Cooke Maroney, on Friday, when they hit the town to take in a movie premiere starring her ex-boyfriend, Nicholas Hoult.
The cute couple stepped out in style at the fresh York Film Festival to check out the premiere screening of The Favourite — an 18th century period drama starring her X-Men co-star in addition to former flame.
Lawrence, 28, opted for a classic black floor-length dress in addition to wore her long blonde hair slicked back allowing her thick gold choker necklace to shine on her neck.
Meanwhile, her 34-year-old boyfriend — who is usually also the director of fresh York’s exclusive Gladstone gallery — opted for a classic black suit in which gave him the appearance of the classic Noir detective his name evokes.
The premiere of The Favourite, which stars Lawrence’s close friend Emma Stone, was also attended by director Darren Aronofsky, with whom the actress sparked a nearly year-long romance with during the doing of the surreal 2017 horror drama mother!.
Back in February, following her split coming from Aronofsky, Lawrence sat down with Marc Maron for his WTF podcast, where she opened up about her propensity to remain on not bad terms with most of her past partners.
“I’m friends with all my exes, actually. For the most part,” Lawrence said. “I have a theory: I think the idea’s because I’m blunt. I don’t think in which you can have any sort of bad relationship with anybody if you’re just blunt,” the Oscar winner explained. “Everybody always knows how you feel at all times in addition to there’s no lying, the idea’s just honesty. Everybody’s a not bad guy to each some other.”
“All my boyfriends have been wonderful. Nick [Hoult] was a great boyfriend,” she added.
Lawrence in addition to Hoult — who split up in 2014, after four years of dating — recently worked together closely during the production of X-Men: Dark Phoenix, in addition to a brief flash of one of their more emotional scenes appeared within the recent trailer in which dropped last week.
X-Men: Dark Phoenix hits theaters June 7, 2019. Meanwhile, Hoult’s upcoming drama The Favourite — co-starring Olivia Coleman, Rachel Weisz, Joe Alwyn, in addition to directed by Yorgos Lanthimos — comes out Nov. 23.