Jennifer Lawrence isn't too broken up about her split with Chris Martin.
It turns out the "Hunger Games" star may be moving on from the Coldplay frontman sooner rather than later after she was spotted hanging out with "Red Army director and producer Gabe Polsky at his Los Angeles home on Friday, an insider revealed to New York Daily News.
According to the source, the 24-year-old star visited the director's L.A. residence with her dog and experienced a brief scare when the dog dashed toward the street. But Polsky swept in like a knight in shining armor just in time to come to Lawrence's rescue and retrieve the pup.
Lawrence and her rumored new beau were seen spending time at his home for around five hours, with the actress leaving later than night.
During their cozy house date, the pair ordered pizza, not just once but twice.
“They ordered a couple of pizzas and about 30 minutes later another delivery man came with more pizza,” the insider told Daily News.
While this may not necessarily mean the pair are dating, the source reportedly said the encounter wasn't all business either.
“They definitely weren’t in there reading scripts,” the source added. “They were having a good time.”
Lawrence’s date with Polsky, whose documentary “Red Army” is getting Oscar buzz, comes several weeks after her split with Coldplay frontman Chris Martin.
The prior couple reportedly dated for four months before splitting at the end of October, according to People.
Meanwhile, Lawrence's latest film, "The Hunger Games: Mockingjay Part 1" is still out in theaters.
The actress has expressed her pride in being a part of the franchise, whose message has sparked controversy in foreign countries.
"I am so proud of these movies," the actress said at the film's London press conference last month, via Entertainment Tonight. "I love their message. I love this character. I love everything about her that I'm actually honored to carry this character with me for the rest of my life."
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