Two months after calling it quits with her husband of eight years, Chris Pratt, the 40-year-old actress has reportedly struck up a romance with Michael Barrett, the cinematographer from her latest film, Overboard.
According to multiple reports, Faris and Barrett, 47, have been spending a lot of time together since September, and have been spotted on various dinner dates around Los Angeles.
On Sept. 10, Faris took her and Pratt's 5-year-old son, Jack, to a carnival, where Barrett later met up with them. The blond beauty kept it cool and casual for the outing, sporting a black graphic tee, shorts, sneakers, oversized sunnies and a baseball cap. Barrett also opted for comfort, pairing his dark-wash jeans with a black T-shirt, brown boots and matching hat.
"It was pretty casual," an eyewitness explained to ET. "At the time we figured they just knew each other and were hanging out together at the carnival."
"It wasn't guarded, it was friendly and a bit flirty," the eyewitness added. "She was definitely happy. She seemed carefree and very relaxed. It seemed flirty, for sure, but there wasn't any PDA or obvious signs that they were a couple."
ET has reached out to Faris' rep for comment.
Since announcing their split, Faris and Pratt have remained amicable for their son. A source tells ET that Faris kept and is living in the house that she had before she married the Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2 star. Pratt is currently living in the home he and Faris shared while they were together.
"The houses are so close [that] their son can walk back and forth from one house to the other when he switches off with his parents," the source said.
As ET previously reported, Faris revealed earlier this month that there's no bad blood between her and her estranged husband.
"There is still so much laughter in our lives together, and he is so proud of me, still," she said in an interview with People. “We watched each other grow, and he still cracks me up all the time. And I think I crack him up -- unless he’s a really good actor and great at faking laughter."