Jennifer Lawrence Dating Cooke Maroney

Jennifer Lawrence's New Boyfriend Sounds Fake, Is Real.

Jennifer Lawrence's New Boyfriend Sounds Fake, Is Real.

The actress is reportedly dating an art gallery director from NY named Cooke Maroney, and while he's not famous like his rumoured girlfriend, the pair seem to be a great fit.

Jennifer Lawrence has moved on from her relationship with "Mother!" director Darren Aronofsky.

The publication further reported that Maroney works within the NY art world and happens to represent a few high profile clients-such a Lena Dunham's dad.

A source said recently: "They met through Jen's friend Laura".

Their relationship continued for several weeks. "But they have been very private and careful not to be seen together", a source told Page Six. Maroney has been spotted at many "high-end art openings" in the city per Page Six, and he frequently hangs in the Hamptons.

Lawrence is known for staying on good terms with her ex-boyfriends, explaining back in February that it's because of how upfront she is as a person.

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The 27-year-old actress previously dated Coldplay singer Chris Martin, "Black Swan" director Darren Aronofsky, and "X-Men" co-star Nicholas Hoult.

Jennifer Lawrence and her new boyfriend are "comfortable" together. "I mean, I was in love with him for like, two years".

According to a report in pagesix, the couple were introduced by J Law's BFF, Laura Simpson.

"I'm friends with all my exes, actually". They broke up just as the promo tour for mother! began. Not too far behind is Jennifer Lawrence.

'I'm just a girl who wants you to be nice to me, ' she told the magazine. For the most part, yeah, I have a theory: "I think it's because I'm blunt", she said earlier this year.

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