Olivia Munn & Joel Kinnaman Call It Quits

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Don't look now, folks. Hollywood's most eligible cyborg is single again. Swedish actor Joel Kinnaman, who rose to fame this year as the star of the well-received RoboCop remake, and actress Olivia Munn have ended their two-year relationship.
Us Weekly has confirmed that the couple has been split up for several months now, and, like many of their famous counterparts, distance was a big reason for their separation, with Kinnaman in Toronto filming and Munn in L.A. full time. The pair looked very much in love during the 34-year-old actor's recent RoboCop publicity tour, which saw Kinnaman stop by the Today show to chat about his girlfriend. "She's a hoot," he told the morning-show hosts. "She's a lot of fun."
Kinnaman and Munn first hooked up back in 2011, turning their friendship into a romance. That connection has allowed the couple to remain friends despite their split. "It's just made things a lot easier for them," the source told Us Weekly. However, the timing does seem a bit off, after Munn was quoted in the upcoming issue of Allure, gushing about Kinnaman's futuristic duds. "If there was ever going to be a girl who would want her man to bring home a RoboCop suit, it would be me," she told the magazine. "Joel is truly fantastic in it." It looks like The Newsroom star might have to find another metal-man. Might we suggest Wall-E? (Us Weekly)
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