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Chris Evans, Jenny Slate no longer dating; Call it quits after nine months together

9 February 2017 Entertainment News


Fourth Estate Staff

Los Angeles, CA, United States (4E) – Chris Evans and Jenny Slate have decided to part ways after nine months of dating and sources said it was an amicable split.

Two stars said in a statement that the break-up of the two was just recent and that it was not dramatic. The “Captain America: Civil War” star and the actress were last photographed together on New Year’s Day. However, the actor was seen alone attending Super Bowl 51 recently. He was spotted with his co-star Jeremy Renner. It remains unclear, however, when the two exactly ended their nine-month relationship.

Also in January, the two were spotted on a double date with the brother of Evans, Scott. They were seen in Hollywood and a source said, "At one point, Jenny and Chris had some alone time on the patio." They did not display too much PDA but looked like a couple.

The two reportedly broke up due to conflict in schedule. They remain to be close friends.

In an interview with Anna Faris for her “Unqualified” podcast, the two talked about their relationship. Slate said, "I didn't know what to expect when I met Chris. I was a little scared because I kind of felt like, Well, I don't know him. He's a giant man with huge muscles and he's Captain America. How could we ever connect? [But] the first night that we hung out, I was like, 'Wow, I could hang out with Chris for, like, 90 hours." He also said that although they have known each other for only a few months, they are very compatible as they have the same characteristics.

They met in October 2015 in the drama they worked on entitled “Gifted.” The movie is set to be out April this year. Evans and Slate dated months after she separated from her husband of three years, Dean Fleischer-Camp .

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