In the real world, workplace romances are usually frowned upon. But in Hollywood, falling for your co-worker is an entirely different matter. After all, it helps to play a couple in love if you actually like the person you're acting opposite. Take KJ Apa and Britt Robertson, for example! The "Riverdale" hunk met the actress on the set of 2017's "A Dog's Purpose," but it wasn't until they played lovers on screen in "I Still Believe" that they took things to the next level off screen: The duo were spotted kissing and showing off some PDA at a party during Comic-Con 2019, though things fizzled out not long after that. To celebrate their movie love story hitting theaters on March 13, 2020, Wonderwall.com is rounding up some more stars who found love on set! Keep reading for more…
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Ben Affleck and Ana de Armas filmed the thriller "Deep Water" together — they play husband and wife — in the fall and winter of 2019 (pictured). Then in March 2020, the co-stars were spotted visiting restaurants and museums together in the "Knives Out" star's native Cuba, where they also posed for photos with fans and spoke Spanish together. Within days, outlets including People magazine and Page Six had confirmed that a romance had blossomed. "They are definitely dating," a source told People, adding that Ben and Ana were seen making out at the airport in Havana before they boarded a private jet together.
Lucy Boynton and Rami Malek met while filming the smash hit "Bohemian Rhapsody" in London in 2017 and seemed inseparable by 2018. In 2019, the couple attended major award shows together as their film dominated show after show, culminating in Rami's best actor Academy Award speech in which he thanked Lucy for being "the heart" of their film and capturing his own heart.
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Keri Russell and Matthew Rhys started dating in late 2013 — shortly after the "Felicity" actress separated from husband Shane Deary — while shooting the second season of "The Americans." The co-star couple are now parents to son Sam, who arrived in 2016.
Alicia Vikander and Michael Fassbender really hit it off in 2014 while shooting "The Light Between Oceans," in which they play a married couple who are deeply in love. Their onscreen chemistry was the real deal: The couple tied the knot in 2017.
Channing Tatum and Jenna Dewan fell for each other while shooting the 2006 dance movie "Step Up." They tied the knot in 2009 and welcomed daughter Everly in 2013. The couple announced their shocking split in April 2018.
Miley Cyrus and Liam Hemsworth fell for each other in 2009 on the set of "The Last Song." They broke up in 2013 but found their way back to one another by early 2016. They tied the knot in December 2018 and split in August 2019.
Though they didn't publicly step out as a couple until the spring of 2005 — a few months after he announced his split from wife Jennifer Aniston — Angelina Jolie and Brad Pitt both later admitted that they fell in love on the 2004 set of "Mr. & Mrs. Smith." The parents of six tied the knot in 2014. Angie filed for divorce two years later.
Ryan Gosling and Eva Mendes made their debut as a couple in September 2011 shortly after they wrapped their film "The Place Beyond the Pines." The extremely private pair have since welcomed two daughters: Esmeralda and Amada.
Weeks after announcing her split from husband Gavin Rossdale, pop star Gwen Stefani began dating country singer Blake Shelton, who'd just divorced Miranda Lambert, after they bonded over their shared heartbreak while filming "The Voice" together in 2015. More than four years later, the onetime co-stars are still happy and in love.
Charlie Heaton and Natalia Dyer met on the set of Netflix's "Stranger Things," which debuted in 2016. The pair hit it off and went public as a couple in 2017.
Kit Harington and Rose Leslie first connected while co-starring as enemies-turned-lovers on "Game of Thrones." They split in 2013 but later reconciled before getting engaged in 2017. They wed in Scotland in June 2018.
Penelope Cruz and Javier Bardem were first linked in 2007 after they shot "Vicky Cristina Barcelona" together. They tied the knot in 2010 and have since welcomed two children: son Leo and daughter Luna.
Lauren Morelli was married to a man and considered herself straight when she met Samira Wiley on the "Orange Is the New Black" set. After getting to know Samira as she worked through the end of her marriage, the "OITNB" writer began dating the actress. The couple got engaged and married in 2017.
Lili Reinhart and Cole Sprouse play lovebirds Betty and Jughead on "Riverdale" — and they're also a couple in real life. The two have been dating since early 2017.
Megan Fox first met hubby Brian Austin Green when he made a guest appearance on her show "Hope & Faith" in 2004. Despite their 12-year age gap, the pair began dating and were on-and-off for six years before marrying in 2010. Megan filed for divorce in August 2015 but by early 2016, the couple was back together and expecting their third child, who arrived that August. She ended up dismissing their divorce case in April 2019.
Shia LaBeouf and British actress Mia Goth met on the set of "Nymphomaniac" in 2012 and began dating. The pair held a commitment ceremony at a Las Vegas chapel in October 2016. Less than two years later in September 2018, news of their split was made public. Turns out Shia found another love on a different set…
Shia LaBeouf met British singer-actress FKA Twigs, whose real name is Tahliah Barnett, on the set of the 2019 movie "Honey Boy." The two went public with their relationship in September 2018 on the heels of Shia's split from Mia Goth but nine months later, it was over.
While starring in such an addictive romance, it was only natural that the stars playing Edward Cullen and Bella Swan fell for each other in real life. Robert Pattinson and Kristen Stewart first met at director Catherine Hardwicke's home for a chemistry read for the 2008 film "Twilight," where she immediately noticed the attraction. "You could just tell that they were intensely fascinated by each other," the director later told Us Weekly. By 2009, they were an item, which delighted Twihards everywhere. Unfortunately, they didn't duplicate Bella and Edward's happily ever after. Their fairy tale relationship ended in July 2012 after news of Kristen's affair with her "Snow White and the Huntsman" director Rupert Sanders surfaced. Though Robert and Kristen gave their relationship a few more tries, things officially ended in 2013.
Dove Cameron and Thomas Doherty met making "Descendants 2" in 2016 and were officially dating by the end of the year. Though Dove told People magazine that their romance didn't happen right away and "was one of those natural evolutions," co-star Sofia Carson said she knew they were falling for one another early on. "From the very beginning, there was definitely chemistry there," she told People. Nearly three years later, the Disney darling and the Scottish actor are still going strong.
Tori Spelling was married to actor Charlie Shanian and Dean McDermott was married to actress Mary Jo Eustace when they first got together on the 2005 set of the TV movie "Mind Over Murder." The duo ended their previous marriages, married each other in 2006 and have since welcomed five children together.
Daniel Craig and Rachel Weisz hit it off on the 2010 set of their movie "Dream House." Not long after, he dumped girlfriend Satsuki Mitchell and she parted ways with director Darren Aronofsky. By late 2010, it was clear the comely co-stars were a real item. They wed in June 2011 and welcomed a daughter together in September 2018.
Kelly Ripa and Mark Consuelos started dating in 1995 while playing lovers on "All My Children." They eloped in Las Vegas the following year and welcomed three kids together: Joaquin, Lola and Michael.
Though Goldie Hawn has admitted that she thought Kurt Russell was "adorable" when they met as co-stars on the set of 1968's "The One and Only, Genuine, Original Family Band," she felt that at 21, she was too old for Kurt, then 16. But more than a decade later, they fell for one another while co-starring in 1984's "Swing Shift" — and they've been together ever since!
Ginnifer Goodwin and Josh Dallas started dating in early 2012 after hitting it off while portraying Snow White and Prince Charming on "Once Upon a Time." They tied the knot in April 2014 and welcomed a son, Oliver, the following month. They welcomed a second baby boy, Hugo, in June 2016.
Alexis Bledel and "Mad Men" star Vincent Kartheiser fell for each other in mid-2012 when the "Gilmore Girls" actress shot a three-episode arc on the hit AMC series. They got engaged after just months of dating, tied the knot in 2014 and welcomed their first child, a baby boy, in 2015.
Ben McKenzie and Morena Baccarin reportedly started dating in mid-2015 — in the midst of her breakup from husband Austin Chick — when the "Homeland" actress joined the cast of Ben's FOX series, "Gotham." The co-stars welcomed a daughter, Frances, in March 2016 and got married in June 2017.
Trai Byers and Grace Gealey got engaged in July 2015 after connecting while shooting the first season of "Empire." They tied the knot on Grand Cayman Island on April 14, 2016.
Longtime friends Lauren Graham and Peter Krause didn't take their relationship to the next level until 2010 when they reconnected on the set of "Parenthood," on which they portrayed siblings. They're still going strong nearly a decade later.
Maggie Q and Dylan McDermott really hit it off while shooting their short-lived series "Stalker." They started dating in October 2014 and got engaged just months later. Unfortunately they never made it to the altar — the couple split in February 2019.
Kaitlin Olson and Rob McElhenney started secretly dating while shooting the second season of their hit comedy "It's Always Sunny in Philadelphia." They tied the knot in 2008 and have since welcomed two kids, sons Axel and Leo.
LeAnn Rimes and Eddie Cibrian fell for each other while filming the 2009 Lifetime movie "Northern Lights." There were just two problems: She was still married to Dean Sheremet and he was still married to Brandi Glanville. LeAnn and Eddie soon ended their marriages and wed each other in 2011.
Emily VanCamp and Josh Bowman started dating in early 2012 during the first season of "Revenge." Though their ABC soap has come to an end, the private pair are still going strong — they announced their engagement in May 2017 and got married in the Bahamas in December 2018.