Olivia Wilde and Jake Gyllenhaal have been spotted looking 'very cosy' in New York
Olivia Wilde and Jake Gyllenhaal have been spotted looking 'very cosy' in New York, sparking new rumours the pair could be an item.
The celebrity twosome were reportedly spied snuggling up at a restaurant in New York's Chinatown.
Onlookers told the New York Post that the couple 'were in a group but were very cosy with their chairs pulled close together.'
This isn't the first time Olivia and Jake have sparked romance rumours, after they were seen together in LA's glamourous Chateau Marmont in June.
However, a representative for the Tron: Legacy actress insisted Wilde and Gyllenhaal were 'just friends'.
The pair are both currently single, although Wilde, who finalised her divorce from Tao Ruspoli in October, has recently been linked to her on-screen love-interest Justin Timberlake, during filming for new movie In Time.
Currently the hottest single actress in celebville, the 27-year-old has also been spotted with several other potential suitors including Bradley Cooper, Ryan Gosling and Chris Pine.
So if Jake, who has been single since his brief romance with Taylor Swift ended last year, wants to get 'cosy' with Olivia more he better make his move fast.
What do you think to the latest romance rumours? Do you think Jake and Olivia would make a good couple? Tell us what you think in the comments box below...
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