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Bell, Mara looked ‘totally in love on walk’

Published 06/09/2015

Jamie Bell and Kate Mara
Jamie Bell and Kate Mara

Jamie Bell and Kate Mara reportedly didn’t let go of each other’s hands during a romantic stroll.

The Fantastic Four co-stars have been linked for months, and while neither actor has confirmed the romance, they put on a loved up display during a walk along a beach in Malibu on Thursday. The stars took a dog for a walk but didn’t let go of each other during the outing.

“They 100 per cent looked like they were a couple," an onlooker told People magazine. "They had their arms around one another the whole time and they looked totally in love.”

While British actor wore black swim shorts and shades, showing off his ripped torso, Kate, 32, wore a red bikini top and matching skirt. The actress also showcased a toned tummy and wore shades against the bright Californian sun.

"They were holding each other the whole time," the eyewitness continued. "They didn't let go. They were hugging and walking with their arms around each other and were totally focused on one another. They were walking the dog, but even when the dog was running off they were still focused on each other."

Jamie and Kate starred in the Marvel film alongside Miles Teller and Michael B. Jordan. Their chemistry was palpable on set according to the movie’s producer Simon Kinberg.

“I think it's hard to fake chemistry," he said. "It goes back for me to Mr. and Mrs. Smith, which is the first film I ever worked on and it was like these two people are meeting for the first time and if you connect with somebody, you connect with them."

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