Sydney Sweeney and Glen Powell were seen getting close weeks before relationship rumors started swirling.
In a newly-surfaced photo snapped last month, the “Euphoria” actress and Powell are seen sitting very close as they looked over their scripts for their movie “Anyone But You” on a beach in Sydney, Australia.
The co-stars looked deep in conversation as they relaxed on Kutti Beach with their legs nearly touching in the photo obtained by Daily Mail.
The bikini-clad actress, 25, appeared to be attempting to stay under the radar in a baseball hat and sunglasses.
Meanwhile, the “Top Gun: Maverick” star, 34, showed off his muscles in just his swim trunks and no shirt.
The new photo is circulating just days after the pair sparked relationship buzz.
In March, she and Powell’s chemistry looked off the charts while they were filming their romantic comedy in March.
And earlier this month, Page Six reported that Powell and his girlfriend Gigi Paris sparked breakup rumors when the model unfollowed Sweeney on Instagram, leading some to believe he and Sweeney were romantically involved.
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Paris, 30, furthered speculation that she had split with her boyfriend of nearly three years when she shared a cryptic message on Instagram, captioning a video of herself, “Know your worth & onto the next.”
Page Six then confirmed that Paris and Powell, who have been dating since 2020, broke up in early April – weeks before his drama with Sweeney surfaced.
A source also told ET that Powell is “single” and “not dating his costar Sydney Sweeney, who is still engaged to Jonathan Davino.“
But Sweeney seemed to troll the dating rumors, wearing a cheeky T-shirt with the words “Kiss the boys and make them cry” written across the chest.
The duo looked quite flirty on the red carpet at CinemaCon in Las Vegas this week amid the romance chatter.
Sweeney has been engaged to Davino, 38, since February 2022.
However, it’s unclear where their relationship stands amid the scuttlebutt, and Powell and Sweeney have yet to directly confirm or deny their supposed entanglement.