Shortly after news broke that Zoë Kravitz had filed for divorce from husband of 18 months Karl Glusman, Twitter lit up with rumors that the 32-year-old actress had already moved on with one-time co-star Channing Tatum. Sound outlandish? That’s how we felt too—though adding to the alleged relationship’s credibility is an endorsement from @DeuxMoi, currently the most respected gossip mongers on Instagram.
Here’s what we know: In 2017, Kravitz and Tatum worked together on the animated film The Lego Batman Movie, and are reportedly set to reunite for an upcoming project, the details of which haven’t been disclosed. Over the last 24 hours, the Twitter rumor mill has been turning, with multiple people claiming to have heard firsthand that Kravitz and Tatum are romantically linked following Kravitz’s divorce, which was finalized on December 23rd.
Usually, the ramblings of a series of anonymous Twitter users would be taken with a serious grain of salt—but internet gossip purveyors @DeuxMoi had cryptically hinted that Kravitz was confirmed to be dating an “A list actor” with a “skill many actors don’t have” mere hours before the Channing Tatum rumors started. Given @DeuxMoi had gotten the scoop on Olivia Wilde and Harry Styles’ reported romance a whole 24 hours before the rest of the media, their authority is currently at an all-time high.
In fact, the rumors of a Kravitz/Tatum romance became so prolific that sources close to Kravitz were forced to deny them. “They’re working together on an upcoming project and it’s not true that they’re dating,” a source told People. Kravitz, for her part, has stayed relatively silent—save a cryptic meme posted to her Instagram Stories, in which Drag Race contestant A’keria C Davenport carries a bag of trash labeled “People, places and things that no longer serve my greatest and highest good.” Something tells us this story will continue to develop. Stay tuned.