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Jake Gyllenhaal ‘kissing Ruth Wilson’

Published 11/05/2015

Ruth Wilson and Jake Gyllenhaal
Ruth Wilson and Jake Gyllenhaal

Jake Gyllenhaal and actress Ruth Wilson were supposedly spotted locking lips at a New York City gym.

The actors starred together in Broadway play Constellations from its January 13 opening through until it closed on March 15.

And it appears the pair grew very close to each other during their theatre outing, as Page Six reports onlookers found them sharing a “passionate but tasteful kiss” at Barry Bootcamp Noho in New York City on Saturday.

Apparently the pair took an exercise class together at the gym and during the fitness session they were completely zoned out in “workout mode”. However, after The Affair star Ruth, 33, emerged from the locker room freshly showered, she and Jake were allegedly seen smooching before they went their separate ways. Onlookers claim Jake left Barry’s Bootcamp on his own while Ruth departed the facility with a group of friends.

The 34-year-old Accidental Love actor confirmed his single status a few weeks ago while interviewing on The Ellen DeGeneres Show.

“I always bring my dates to my mother’s house for the first date,” he told Ellen. “I think that’s a good move. My mother thinks arranged marriages actually might be able to work … in a good way. She thinks that if she picked for me that I’d do a lot better.”

Ruth recently noted she and Jake are only just friends.

The actress claimed they became so close while performing Constellations, their relationship has taken on a sibling dynamic.

"He's adorable, a really good guy," she said of Jake in an interview for Net-a-Porter's The Edit magazine.

"We've become like brother and sister a little bit. We spend so much time together. We trust that even if we have a little [disagreement] -- which is going to happen because we're in a tense environment that demands a lot from us -- we'll make up and we'll be fine. I trust him implicitly."

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