Ryan Reynolds, Olivia Wilde, Daniel Craig

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Olivia Wilde is one lucky lady.

Not only has she been recently linked to Justin Timberlake, Bradley Cooper and Jeremy Renner, but also her next couple movies include two of the absolute hottest men in Hollywood.

We'll get to her costars in a second, but let's have Ms. Wilde set the record straight on her love life...

She only has one man in her life right now.

"My boyfriend is Paco," she told me last night at the Maui Film Festival, where she was honored with the female Shining Star award.

Who's Paco? Her dog! (Wilde recently tweeted a pic of the two snuggling in bed. See it here.)

"He was actually the Old Navy dog in 2005, so he gets recognized on the street," she said. "So I am dating a celebrity—he's just a dog."

One lucky dog, that is.

Now for some real hunka-chunka male hotness, Wilde costars in Jon Favreau's sci-fi western Cowboys & Aliens. She plays a gunslinging "bad-ass" cowgirl.

Costar Daniel Craig provides very appreciated eye candy goodness. "He is the most beautiful man on earth," Wilde said. "He really is."

He filled his chaps quite nicely, according to Wilde. "They kept making them tighter," she laughed. "You could tell we had female executives because he kept getting tighter pants and he would have random shirtless scenes. We were like, 'Yes, finally the ladies are in charge!'"

And then there's Ryan Reynolds. He may appear practically naked in more movies than most of Hollywood's leading men these days, but not in The Change-Up. "He's not shirtless—I'm shirtless!" Wilde said.

But that's OK because, she smiled, "I got enough of Daniel to keep me going for a year."

After last night's award presentation and a showing of Sun City Picture House, a documentary short about building a movie theater in Haiti she coproduced with Maria Bello, Wilde headed to the Relativity party, where she hung out with fellow honorees Andrew Garfield and Garrett Hedlund and Relativity boss man Ryan Cavanaugh.

"It's really cool because it's gotten to the point now where I'm not the newcomer award," Wilde said. "It's kind of like, 'Wow, you've done enough that we can see you might stick around for awhile.'"

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