Page Six reported that Sienna and Brad were reportedly seen getting flirty in LA last week, after which they attended the premiere of The Lost City Z separately but insiders claim at a dinner after the screening the pair got close.Brad, whose company Plan B is behind the film, was said to be doing some 'serious flirting' while surrounded by about 25 people.Defensive back Jeremy Lane also stood next to Bennett.You would think that with all of the rain that we see in Seattle on a yearly basis, people around here would get tired of getting wet, but that just isn’t the case.It’s insane.” Pitt was also recently linked to another blond actress, Kate Hudson, but sources close to him say, “That is categorically untrue.” British actress Miller was most recently linked to “Foxcatcher” director Bennett Miller after they were photographed together at the 2016 US Open.Miller stars in “The Lost City of Z” alongside Charlie Hunnam, Robert Pattinson and Tom Holland.She is the biological daughter of John Gilbert and Isobel Flemming, and adopted daughter of Grayson and Miranda Gilbert.
She said: 'I’m not going to even dignify it with a response. She was the ultimate boho poster girl back in the day and she revisited her roots for the LA premiere of The Lost City Of Z last week.
The movie tells the story of early 20th-century British explorer Percy Fawcett, who travels to the Amazon to find the ruins of a great, advanced civilization.
The focal points of the show are the love triangle formed by series' protagonist Elena Gilbert (Dobrev) and vampire brothers Stefan Salvatore (Wesley) and Damon Salvatore (Somerhalder) and the town's supernatural history, involving Elena's friends and relatives.
In season one, still reeling from her parents deaths which were caused by a car accident earlier that summer, she reluctantly returns to school for her junior year.
While walking out of the boys bathroom, she bumps into a mysterious new student named Stefan Salvatore. She meets his older and darkly mysterious brother, Damon Salvatore.
Smith's novel series of the same name by Kevin Williamson and Julie Plec.