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Katie Holmes and Luke Wilson: More than just friends?

Published 19/09/2015

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Katie Holmes and Luke Wilson have reportedly grown close on their new film.

(Cover) - EN Showbiz - Katie Holmes and Luke Wilson's closeness has apparently set tongues wagging on the set of their new film.

Katie is currently helming her first big screen production, All We Had. She stars opposite Luke in the movie, and the two have apparently hit if off big time.

"It's getting way beyond normal protocol between the director and leading man," a source divulged to British magazine Grazia.

Since splitting with ex-husband Tom Cruise, with whom she has nine-year-old daughter Suri, in 2012, Katie has seemingly remained single. It was rumoured she was dating Jamie Foxx after they were seen getting close, but the actor slammed the stories as completely untrue. They've still been linked though, and last week reports surfaced that 36-year-old Katie had worn a disguise to meet up with Jamie. However, it seems he may have competition.

"The atmosphere on set is really happy. Katie has brought Suri in a few times. But the main talking point is the close relationship between Luke and Katie. They're inseparable," the source continued.

Luke, 43, is newly single, having split up with partner of seven years Meg Simpson recently. While it's not thought they've confirmed any romance, Katie and Luke are said to be quite open with their feelings.

"Katie is being a complete professional and she hasn't confirmed they're dating to anyone but they aren't hiding their physical closeness in front of everyone. The attraction between them is evident for all to see," the insider commented.

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