AceShowbiz - Zoe Kravitz isn't shy to show off her love to Channing Tatum. The actress portraying Selina Kyle in "The Batman" was spotted getting very touchy with her boyfriend after they enjoyed a romantic dinner in Italy.
In photos obtained by Daily Mail on Tuesday, August 16, the "High Fidelity" actress and her partner could be seen getting handsy with each other while walking down the cobblestone streets of the largest of the Pontine Islands. During the outing, the 33-year-old actress caressed her man's neck and shoulders. Meanwhile, the "Magic Mike" star placed his hands on her stomach as they shared a warm embrace before hopping on a small boat with a group of pals.
For their date night, the "Divergent" star wore a white thigh-skimming minidress, which displayed her incredibly toned legs, matching heels and a red headscarf. Channing, in the meantime, cut a casual figure in a baggy white T-shirt, light gray trousers and sneakers.
While walking down the sidewalks together, the duo, who first sparked relationship rumors last year after she cast him as tech mogul Slater King in her upcoming 2023 feature directorial debut "Pussy Island", held hands. During their meal, the father-of-one leaned close to his other half as they conversed and dined al fresco under twinkling lights ahead of their first anniversary of dating.
The couple's latest sighting came shortly after Zoe spoke about her decision to cast him in her upcoming film. "I wanted to find someone who hadn't played a dark character before, because I think that's exciting to watch someone who's mostly played boy next door, good guy, love interest, all of that," the SAG Award nominee told WSJ. Magazine. "I felt, even from afar, before I knew him, that he was a feminist and that he wasn't afraid of exploring that darkness, because he knows he's not that. That's why I was drawn to him and I wanted to meet with him. And I was right."
As for Channing, he told the publication, "It's always really intriguing to have someone bring you something that literally no one else has ever thought of you for." The Alabama-born actor added, "When we first met the movie was pretty different than its form now, but the themes were the same. All the iterations it has gone through were all pretty punk rock, to be honest."