We really really like Rachel McAdams. She’s a popular celeb around these parts, so we would like for nice things to happen to her.
To be perfectly honest, we’re not really over her and Ryan Gosling breaking up all those years ago, and we all know that True Detective can be a little grim for the majority of the time.
However, if these reports are true, we think we might finally forget about the heart ache. Rachel is reportedly dating her True Detective co-star, Taylor Kitsch.
Any Friday Night Lights fans will instantly recognise the Canadian heart throb as the face of Tim Riggins. Tim was the misunderstood, brooding babe of the series. He was also in John Carter, and Battleship.
Good job Rachel!
It definitely isn’t the first time Rachel has been linked to her famous co-stars, speaking about on-set relationships in the past, Rachel told InStyle in 2010 "I usually take away one close relationship from every job, some romantic, some not."
Rachel and Taylor, both Canadian natives, have apparently been “friends for years.” Insiders are saying that “they grew closer on set.”
If the rumours are true, it hasn’t been long since Taylor split from his last girlfriend, fitness instructor Jennifer Welch. Rachel has also been linked to her previous co-star Jake Gyllenhaal. The pair were on screen love interests in their new film Southpaw.
She was also dating Michael Sheen, whom she starred alongside in Midnight in Paris. She has said before though that those relationships began after filming: "A set may seem like a good place for romance, but I don't think it's very conducive; it's too distracting," she admitted.
Is Taylor the exception to her work-first rule then?
Us Weekly is reporting multiple sources as saying the pair are quite the love birds. "I don't know if it's full-blown love yet, but they talk constantly," one insider says. ""It hasn't been long. But it's serious," another revealed.
If the reports turn out to be true, the duo will possibly the most attractive couple in Hollywood. Canadian fans are going to be pretty pleased.