Are Ryan Reynolds & Scarlett Johansson Getting Back Together?

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The former couple is rumored to be trying to mend their broken relationship.

Despite breaking up last December, former married couple Ryan Reynolds and Scarlett Johansson seemed to have taken a Demi Moore-Bruce Willis approach to the end of their relationship and have remained friendly, even going out to dinner a few times post-divorce filing.

However, now that they've both ended their first rebound relationships (Scarlett called it quits with Sean Penn a few months ago, while Ryan recently cooled things off with Charlize Theron), might the couple be rekindling their relationship? Charlize Theron & Ryan Reynolds Are Secretly Dating

According to OK! Magazine, Ryan and Scarlett were recently seen having dinner together at one of their favorite haunts in California, and according to the other diners, their body language was more flirty than friendly. And, supposedly, Scarlett has been calling and texting Ryan non-stop ever since.

"She got over the pain of their split by jumping into a fling with Sean, but when that fizzled, she admitted that she felt incredibly alone," said a source to the magazine. Ryan Reynolds Talks About His Divorce From Scarlett Johansson

Although the couple reportedly broke up because of their differing lifestyles (Ryan supposedly wanted to start a family, while Scarlett considers her career to be her "baby,") maybe the twosome is finding some common ground after having dipped their toes back into the dating pool.

Could this be the beginning of round two for the couple? Or are ScarJo and Ryan simply two grownups, who are capable of being friends with their ex?

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