Nicholas Hoult Dating Kristen Stewart, He's Totally Over ‘Hunger Games’ Jennifer Lawrence

Mar 24, 2015 01:18 PM EDT | By Victoria Guerra

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The handsome British actor has been in front of the screen for most of his life, after his first big role was co-starring with Hugh Grant in the 2002 Nick Hornby adaptation "About a Boy," but in the later years it has been Nicholas Hoult's dating life making headlines, as he seems to favor beautiful American actresses.

It is a fairly well-known fact that the 2014 celebrity nude leak Jennifer Lawrence photos were, for the most part, directed at Hoult, who was her boyfriend of more than four years after they starred together in "X-Men: First Class" - now, as the Oscar-winning actress has famously moved on, the latest Nicholas Hoult dating rumors say just about the same thing for him.

According to website MStarz, the rumors of Nicholas Hoult dating Kristen Stewart started last summer, when it was first reported that J-Law had broken up with Hoult after he was getting too flirtatious with the "Twillight" beauty, as they were co-starring in the romantic science fiction drama "Equals."

At the time, however, it was thought that the whole thing was ultimately the fruit of rumors, and that Nicholas Hoult's dating life didn't include Robert Pattinson's ex.

Now, SugarScape confirms that Nicholas Hoult IS dating Stewart, or at least they've grown very close in the past few months, as they've reportedly become "inseparable."

"When Kristen is on location for long periods of time, she usually has a good friend come stay with her but not this time cause she has Nick," a source told Hollywood Life. "They love playing practical jokes on the cast and crew, playing pool, just exploring and hanging out."

In the meantime, it seems the actor isn't about to spend much more time with his "Hunger Games" ex, as in the midst of the Nicholas Hoult dating rumors, he's also said recently that the film "X-Men: Apocalypse" is the last one on his contract, and he might step out afterwards.

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