Looks like Liam Hemsworth isn't dwelling on his breakup with former fiancé Miley Cyrus, either.
Just days before the "We Can't Stop" singer broke her silence on her split from the Hunger Games hunk, telling Ellen DeGeneres she's "obsessed with being alone," the 23-year-old stud was spotted at the movies with a mystery woman on Wednesday, Oct. 9.
According to a source with Peachy Scoop, the Paranoia star saw Gravity in 3D at 10:30 p.m. at the AMC Phipps Plaza 14 in Atlanta. He was seen at the bar in the theater with an unidentified woman who had black hair.
Hemsworth has been busy filming Mockingjay Part 1, the third installment of the Hunger Games franchise, alongside Jennifer Lawrence and Josh Hutcherson in Atlanta.
Prior to jetting off to Georgia, the handsome actor was seen spending time with Mexican actress-singer Eiza González, and the pair was even photographed passionately kissing outside the 23-year-old beauty's Beverly Hills apartment in September.
But the twosome's budding romance seems to have cooled off as they have not been seen together since, and, considering Eiza has bright blond locks, it's safe to assume she wasn't Hemsworth's movie date.
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Miley most recently opened up about her broken engagement from Hemsworth, admitting it's "not awkward" to talk about the breakup because she's "living it."
"I think people spend more time actually thinking about it than I really do," Cyrus said. "I just believe when a chapter is done you have to close it and start that new one. That's kind of where I am right now."
The former lovebirds began dating in 2009 and were engaged for 15 months before finally pulling the plug on their nearly-four year relationship in September.
"I want to be really clear and determined with everything I'm doing in my life right now, and I have been," Miley continued. "I keep saying I'm the happiest I've ever been and that's not even a dig. That's just me, because I really am genuinely happy finally with myself, which I think sometimes it takes you separating yourself from someone else to really be happy with who you are. I've never been able to just be alone, and I'm obsessed with being alone and like hearing my thoughts."
—Reporting by Senta Scarborough