The Hunger Games star was out and about in London today with her British boyfriend, who met the soon-to-be It-girl when they costarred in X-Men: First Class as Mystique and Beast.
Paying homage to their thespian roots, the couple stopped briefly at Lawrence's hotel so she could change and then they headed for the Duke of York's Theatre in the West End.
Hoult's come a long way since starring as the sensitive bully magnet who made Hugh Grant see the light in About a Boy, hasn't he?
"They complement each other in the most amazing way—she's crazy and impulsive, but he keeps her grounded," X-Men costar Zoë Kravitz told Rolling Stone of her pals' romance. "And she keeps him on his toes." (Both on and off the court, apparently.)
Perhaps Hoult is on his mobile phone reminding an assistant to reserve his copy of The Hunger Games, which will make a big splash all over again Aug. 18 on DVD, Blu-ray, VOD and via digital download—all of which will feature three hours of never-before-seen bonus materials.