Is Taylor Lautner cozying up to a new leading lady these days?
Not so fast. The Twilight hunk told E! News at the premiere of his latest film Grown Ups 2 that he hasn't settled down into a new relationship just yet, but he's enjoying the company of some lucky ladies.
When asked who he was dating, he replied, "Nobody seriously at the moment. I'm trying to focus on the work right now."
"I'm sure the tabloids have me with a few different people," he added.
"It's a blast hanging out with them," he said on the red carpet.
"I make so many awesome relationships with this [movie]," Lautner explained.
He also admitted that he's not quite fully confident in his comedic skills, but working with his costars on the film helps him tremendously.
"It's much easier to be funny when you're surrounded by people like Adam or Kevin or Chris."
Meanwhile, Sandler spilled the beans to E! News about what it's like to film bedroom scenes with none other than the ever-stunning Salma Hayek.
"The poor girl has to lay in bed with me," he quipped.
The Wedding Singer actor confessed that there was some serious protocol put into play before the two stars got between the sheets.
"We put a weird little divider so she [felt] safe," he admitted.
But who wouldn't feel safe with Sandler? He wouldn't hurt a fly!
The comedian recalled a scary experience with a cheetah earlier this week on The Late Show With David Letterman.
"I did have an incident and I sent you guys the thing… I hung out with some lions," Sandler told David Letterman.
"You see 'em from the jeep?" asked the TV host.
"No, they let me get out," said the 46-year-old actor. "You go into this one place and you hang out with lions. No tigers. Tiger are in Asia, by the way. I did not know that."
When quizzed by a skeptical Letterman why he was let out of a jeep to "mingle" with wild animals, Sandler then related his run-in with the cheetah.
"They let me in with a cheetah," he said.
"This doesn't sound legal," quipped Letterman who then rolled tape of the incident.
Per the footage, the cheetah circles around the erstwhile Waterboy as he's kneeling over a small watering hole, then suddenly jumps on his back, prompting the safari guide to pull the animal off of him.
But while he was nervous at how fast the predator moved, the actor revealed the animal expert had everything under control, joking, "She sleeps with that cheetah in the bed."
He lived to tell the tale!