‘Relanxious’ co-stars Olivia Wilde and boyfriend Jason Sudeikis showed off their love for one another by showering each other with hugs and kisses as they walked hand in hand in the streets of Manhattan over the weekend.
Actor Jason Sudeikis was seen drawing in the gorgeous Olivia Wilde for a passionate kiss in the middle of a busy street in New York City, oblivious to the people around them as he sweetly wrapped his arms around Olivia.
The Saturday Night Live star looked casual in a green golf shirt, blue pants and Nike trainers, while Olivia Wilde donned a powder blue summer dress and a pair of red high-top Converse. Wilde had her hair up in a high bun, giving her a much youthful look.
Olivia Wilde’s clothing style seemed to have been influenced by boyfriend Jason’s laid-back look recently, as the actress has been spotted a few times wearing the red Converse high-tops with pretty dresses, which sometimes ruins her otherwise pretty looks.
Earlier in the week, Olivia Wilde was seen wearing a lovely green dress which she matched with a brown satchel and the red high-tops while wandering around Manhattan, sipping on iced tea and listening to music before meeting up with boyfriend Jason Sudeikis for their afternoon date.
The two did some shopping and she was seen picking up a pair of black boots, perhaps thinking that the pair might look better with the dress she was wearing that time.
Olivia Wilde channeled Marilyn Monroe earlier this month as she shot a commercial for Revlon cosmetics in the streets of New York City.
Jason Sudeikis and Olivia Wilde fell in love on the set of their upcoming romantic comedy, ‘Relanxious’ where the two plays a couple who were plagued by phobias.
Olivia Wilde‘s character in the flick is a woman named Barrett, who is plagued by anxiety who falls for Jason Sudeikis’ character who has a fear of interpersonal communication. The two can only speak through the telephone due to Sudeikis’ character’s fear. The movie will showcase how the couple learned to get through both their anxieties and deal with reality.