6:52 AM EDT 3/20/2017
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Chris Evans and Scarlett Johansson are recently sparking dating rumors, as both "Avengers" stars are single and ready to mingle. While these two stars share an undeniable chemistry both onscreen and offscreen, a recent report shows that the 32-year-old actress is not yet ready to date any one even the "Captain America" actor.
For years, fans have been shipping Scarlett Johansson and Chris Evans after starring in "The Avengers" as Black Widow and Captain America, respectively. Back then, the possibility of a relationship for both stars seemed impossible since they were both committed to their respective partners.
Now that both Evans and Johansson have recently announced their separation from their partners, a report from The Sun claims that there is something special going on between them, according to Celeb Dirty Laundry. An insider told the publication that Evans and Johansson spent the recently concluded Oscars together and were seen whispering in each other's ears.
However, E! News reports that there is no truth behind the dating rumors surrounding Johansson and Evans. According to the publication, the "Ghost in the Shell" actress is still processing her divorce from her ex-husband, Romain Dauriac, and is not rushing into anything.
Despite this update on Johansson and Evans' relationship status, many fans remain optimistic that the two will date together in the future. Elite Daily notes that Marvel fans were thrilled when news of Johansson and Evans' dating rumors emerged on the Internet.
Several fans even created a compilation of old clips and photos that prove that Evans and Johansson would make a great couple. Many fans even liken them to Mila Kunis and Ashton Kutcher, as Evans and Johansson previously starred in "The Perfect Score" and "The Nanny Diaries" before playing as Black Widow and Captain America for the Marvel movies.
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