Sherlock Holmes and the case of a new romance Benedict Cumberbatch and Liv Tyler spark dating rumours after cinema outing
17:19 GMT, 26 September 2012
They're rumoured to be starring alongside each other in upcoming independent movie Phoenix.
But it seems that Benedict Cumberbatch and Liv Tyler could be more than just co-stars, as the pair were seen enjoying a cinema date in Hollywood on Tuesday night.
While the pair attempted to keep their distance as they strolled out of the Arclight Cinema, they both appeared to be in good spirits following the movie.
New couple alert Benedict Cumberbatch and Liv Tyler have sparked rumours of a romance after they were seen on a cinema date on Wednesday night
Had a good time Liv and Benedict both appeared to be in good spirits following the date
Liv, 35, dressed down for the date in
a striped T-shirt, black skinny jeans and a cardigan with Converse
trainers, clutching a large drink as the couple headed home.
The Armageddon actress brightened up
her ensemble with a orange satchel-style handbag, and left her long
brown hair loose for the outing.
Meanwhile, Sherlock star Benedict,
36, wore black jeans, a black shirt and grey jumper, with a pair of less
than smart brown espadrilles.
Keeping their distance: The pair attempted to maintain a little space between themselves as they called it a night after the movie
Flawless: Liv kept her make-up simple for the evening out, but still managed to look stunning
The cinema date was not the first time the couple have been seen together.
On Sunday night, they were both spotted at a post-Emmy awards party held at the Sunset Towers hotel.
While they left the event separately, they are though to have been spotted together inside.
Together again: Benedict and Liv were also seen attending the same post-Emmy's party at the Sunset Towers Hotel on Sunday night
Benedict was celebrating at the party, despite having missed out on an Emmy award earlier in the evening.
He had been nominated in the Outstanding Lead Actor In A Miniseries Or A Movie category for his role as detective Sherlock, but lost out to Kevin Costner and his role in Hatfields & McCoys.
It was reported earlier this year that Benedict and Liv are attached to the movie adaptation of Scott Organ's play Phoenix.
Phoenix tells the story of a couple who have to deal with the circumstances following a one-night stand.