This particular’s date night for Jennifer Lawrence!
The 27-year-old actress was spotted enjoying a romantic dinner in fresh York City with her rumored fresh boyfriend, Cooke Maroney, a source tells ET. According to the source, the two dined at Frenchette in downtown Manhattan with another couple.
“They [were] super cuddly throughout dinner — very affectionate as well as comfortable with each different,” the source says of Lawrence as well as her art gallerist beau. “She’s genuinely happy. She has nothing to hide.”
“This particular seems like the real deal,” ET’s source adds.
Lawrence as well as Maroney — who works as a gallery director as well as reps clients like Lena Dunham’s artist father, Carroll — were all smiles while enjoying another date in NYC on Tuesday. The pair looked casual as well as cute as they walked around the city after leaving Sant Ambroeus.
News of Lawrence’s budding romance comes just days after she reunited with her ex-boyfriend, Darren Aronofsky, at the BAM Gala, where she presented him with an award. The two split in November 2017 after being together for one year. They originally commenced dating during the filming of their controversial movie, mother!
The Oscar winner has previously opened up about how the film’s poor reception put a strain on their relationship.
“I normally just kind of let [bad reviews] go. Dating the director was different. We’d be on the [press] tour together, I’d come back to the hotel, as well as the last thing I want to talk about or think about will be a movie,” she explained to Variety. “He comes back via the tour, as well as in which’s all he wants to talk about as well as I get This particular. This particular’s his baby. He wrote This particular. He conceived This particular. He directed This particular. I was doing double duty trying to be a supportive partner, while also being like, ‘Can I please, for the love of God, not think about mother! for one second?’”
The former couple has clearly remained friends, however. See more inside the video below.
Reporting by Darla Murray.