I'm sure you already know it's not true, or maybe didn't care either way, but I just wanted to reach out personally to tell you it's not true," Munn's text to Faris reads, E! Munn ended her message wishing Faris for a better 2018 ahead.She included Faris' reply to her message, which was more than endearing."You are so sweet to text-I love you-having said that if you were my new sister in law I would be thrilled," Faris said in response to Munn's message, along with an invite for them to catch up.Munn is known for her film roles in 2010’s Date Night and Iron Man 2, 2012’s The Babymakers, 2014’s Deliver Us From Evil and 2016’s X-Men: The Apocalypse.Munn has been dating NFL quarterback Aaron Rodgers since May 2014.
started dating in secret soon after he announced his split with Faris in August. " data-reactid="24"According to Hollywood Life, Pratt, 38, and Munn, 37, started dating in secret soon after he announced his split with Faris in August. They both want to see where this goes.”" data-reactid="25""It started as a convenient rebound but blossomed into something very real and exciting,” said an inside source. "Olivia isn’t fazed by what Anna or anyone else thinks," the insider said. She's rumored to be dating 47-year-old cinematographer Michael Barrett. “They were hanging out occasionally in September, but started seeing each other more frequently recently.”" data-reactid="45"“Anna has been hanging out with Michael for weeks,” a source told PEOPLE.
It's not every day a celebrity sheds light on how they deal with the constant tabloid rumors about them.
Olivia Munn gave us a peek behind that curtain on Sunday, by addressing rumors about a budding new relationship with Chris Pratt, who recently separated from actress Anna Faris.
The actress also pointed out that women aren't always "furious" with the women who date their exes, and that even if she was dating Pratt, the tabloids have already mistaken her and Faris for getting angry at each other over it.
Munn even poked fun at the possible couple names she would have with Pratt, such as "Crolivia" and "Prunn," PEOPLE reports."Women respect and love each other a lot more than some people like to think," shared Munn on her Instagram stories.