Ashley Benson and Nat Wolff were spotted holding hands during a late-night walk in New York City on Saturday.
While it isn't clear if the outing was just friendly PDA or the beginning stages of a romance, the pair definitely looked happy as they stayed close and laughed in the chilly city streets.
The actress has reportedly been single since late 2014, when she ended her on-again, off-again romance with Ryan Good, Justin Bieber's former stylist.
"This is going to sound crazy, because she's the biggest super star in the world -- I had never heard of her," Wolff told MTV News.
"She just came in to audition and she was unbelievable. She's perfect for that role." "Paper Towns" is the second John Green novel to become a film -- following close on the heels of smash-hit "Fault In Stars" -- and pulls together a lot of the same team from that film: Wolff (who played a supporting role in "Fault"), as well as Scott Neustadter and Michael H.
Weber, who co-wrote both “Fault” and “The Spectacular Now." Delevinge's casting was announced in September, and, although shooting starts soon, only she and Wolff's roles have been unveiled.
"Paper Towns" picks apart the idea of the "manic pixie dream girl" (a term coined by critic Nathan Rabin, who recently apologized for its existence) -- zeroing in on a boy named Quentin's obsession with free spirit Margo Roth Spiegelman.
Keep reading to see more of the pair's romantic outing, then check out all the drama surrounding Ashley's Halloween costume.
For her day on set as young mother Lisa London, Selena was dressed in 1930s garb, a simple cotton floral frock with buttons on the front and frilled sleeves befitting someone who lived in the rural areas of California, where the film is set.
Not so on trend: For her day on set as young mother Lisa London, Selena was dressed in period garb, a simple cotton floral frock with buttons on the front and frilled sleeves befitting someone who lived in the rural areas of California, where the film is set The story follows an activist that becomes part of a labor battle between fruit workers in order to draw people to his own cause which simultaneously shines a light on the unfair conditions that exist for migrant workers in particular.
In the upcoming film "Paper Towns," Nat Wolff's character Quentin may be obsessed with Cara Delevingne's Margo Roth Spiegelman, but, in real life, the actor admits that he didn't initially know who Delevingne was.
Former childhood friends, the two occupy separate social spheres until Margo plucks Quentin from smart-boy obscurity to go on a night-long mission of revenge against an ex-boyfriend who cheated and some wayward friends.
When tomorrow dawns, however, Margo has disappeared, and Quentin sets out on a quest to find her -- putting himself in her shoes in order to better understand his dream girl.
Check out Wolff speaking on "Paper Towns" more above -- as well as some pretty unorthodox costuming ideas.