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Jesse Eisenberg takes romance public

Published 11/07/2013

Jesse Eisenberg
Jesse Eisenberg

Jesse Eisenberg and Mia Wasikowska weren’t being shy about showing their affections for one another this week.

The actors, who began dating after co-starring in 2013 comedy The Double, have been fairly mum about their relationship.

People magazine reports the pair ignored photographers and indulged in blatant PDA this week.

Jesse and Mia were photographed together in Toronto Tuesday and couldn’t keep their hands off one another.

“Their public display of affection [is] going beyond the hand-holding previously seen,” the outlet noted.

Jesse , 29, was dressed casually in a T-shirt and sneakers and Mia, 23, was also dressed down in a blouse and flared pants.

The couple later went on a stroll through the city, and were said to look “very much like a couple in love”.

As People reports, Jesse was previously rumoured to be dating actress Anna Strout.

It appears that affair has fizzled out.

The actor has been a vocal fan of Mia’s acting, although he remains quiet about their romance.  

''She is obviously, you know, wonderful,” Jesse said in an interview last year.

''Within any given moment we are on all ends of the emotional spectrum,” he remarked of her work on The Double.

“All the characters in this movie navigate this very strange world of being funny, but real and tragic and whimsical and her character is kind of enigmatic, traffic, but oddly pleasant. She is able to kind of find all these different aspects in a way that is totally consistent with the very odd tone.''

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