Could there be trouble in paradise for Diane Kruger and Joshua Jackson?
A source confirms to ET that the longtime couple is, in fact, still together, even as a new report claims sources saw Kruger "wildly making out" with The Walking Dead's Norman Reedus in New York City's East Village on Friday night.
ET's source confirms that Kruger and Reedus, her co-star in the film, Sky, were hanging out together at the dive bar in question, but "they are not dating or hooking up." ET has reached out to Kruger's rep for comment.
This isn't the first time Kruger and Reedus have been spotted getting up close and personal. Another source tells ET that Kruger was sitting on Reedus' lap at the premiere after party for Sky in September at the Toronto International Film Festival. "They were close all night and talking about relationship stuff," the source says. "She was talking about how he wasn't ready to settle down."
"They seemed like they were more than just friends," the source adds.
Jackson also starred in Sky with Kruger and Reedus, though he was absent from the film's Sept. 16 premiere. He and Kruger did, however, step out together one day later at the TIFF premiere of Disorder.
Kruger and Jackson have been linked since 2006, quickly becoming one of Hollywood's cutest couples. The pair has spoken openly about their decision not to marry, with Jackson telling ET in 2013, "I'm not sure in the modern world that that's the track that we're taking."
In Sky, Kruger plays a woman fed up with her drifting marriage who embarks on an aimless journey through the southwestern states. Throughout her travels, she encounters characters played by Reedus, Lena Dunham, and Jackson.
"I was worried about having chemistry with him, because we’re not supposed to have chemistry," she told ET earlier this year, referring to Jackson. "But when he stepped out of the trailer, I knew we were OK. He'd been growing this beard for about three months and then shaved it off for the mustache. I told him he had to shave it off before he came home!"
On a more serious note, Kruger admitted that personal relationships can often have detrimental effects on a project.
"There’s a fine line of what you can do before a relationship will overshadow a movie," she confessed.
Last month, Jackson opened up to ET about how Kruger handles his sexy on-screen scenes in Showtime's The Affair.
"The show might be steamy, but it's so tremendously dysfunctional that I don't think she feels threatened by anything that's happening on camera," Jackson told ET. "Thank god she's an actress as well so she understands."
He added: "I think it would be very difficult to be with someone who wasn't in the business and trying to work with material like that."