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Report: Scarlett Johansson and Sean Penn Have Split

June 3, 2011 (3:55 am) GMT
Speculations that Scarlett and Sean's relationship might hit a rough patch begin to swirl after the 'Avengers' beauty didn't attend the Cannes Film Festival together with the 'Tree of Life' actor.
Report: Scarlett Johansson and Sean Penn Have Split

and might have called it quits. A source has just told People Magazine that the rumored couple are no longer dating. Words began to swirl that their romance might be hitting a rough patch when the two didn't attend the 2011 Cannes Film Festival together.

50-year-old Sean premiered his Terrence Malick-directed drama, "", at the film festival back in mid-May. 26-year-old Scarlett herself has been kept busy reprising her "" role as Black Widow for "" in New Mexico. Reason for the alleged split is still unknown.

Scarlett has been romantically linked to Sean after she called off her marriage with in December 2010. The "" actress and the "" actor were reported having a one-day trip to Mexico earlier this March and were later said sharing a cozy dinner at Chateau Marmont.

A representative for Scarlett has denied the romance rumor, insisting "Scarlett and Sean are not dating - they have been friends for years." Still, the twosome added more fuel to the speculation when they were spotted holding hands following the White House Correspondents' Association dinner in Washington, D.C.

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