Rachel McAdams and Michael Sheen aren't over—but they're not back together.
The Aloha actress, 36, and the Masters of Sex star, 46, reunited at Meltdown Comics and Collectibles in L.A. Friday. The former couple even posed for a picture with the man of the hour, Daniel Clowes, who is a graphic novelist Academy Award-nominated screenwriter. McAdams and Sheen weren't the only stars in attendance, though, as Yo Gabba Gabba!'s DJ Lance Rock also came out to support the artist.
During their two-year courtship, the actors often visited Meltdown Comics together.
McAdams and Sheen met on the set of Woody Allen's 2010 romantic comedy Midnight in Paris. The co-stars went public at the Cannes Film Festival in 2011 but broke up in March 2013. "They still have some contact and are friendly," a source told People. "They tried to work things out, but at the end they just couldn't agree. It caused some frustration and they thought it was better to go separate ways."
The exes remained friendly even after they began seeing other people.
Sheen has been dating Sarah Silverman since 2012, and on Thursday, the two attended the AFI Life Achievement Award Gala Tribute honoring Steve Martin. McAdams, meanwhile, has been dating music manager Patrick Sambrook.
How does Silverman feel about her boyfriend remaining in close contact with his exes? In a 2014 interview, she told Howard Stern she was not fazed by Sheen's closeness to ex Kate Beckinsale. The Sirius XMradio host called Beckinsale "one of the most physically beautiful women I have ever seen on the planet," telling Silverman, "I think that puts pressure on you to look good." She disagreed, saying, "No, it's more like, 'Look at all these beautiful women and he loves me. It's more like that, like, 'Wow!'" According to Silverman, Stern and Beckinsale are more like "brother and sister" than anything else. "She's hilarious...She's really, really cool," the comedienne gushed. "They're really funny together."
Sheen proved he's a good sport, too, by appearing on Jimmy Kimmel Live! in April, where he came face-to-face with Silverman's most famous ex, Jimmy Kimmel. "Most guys don't get the chance to talk to their ex-girlfriend's boyfriend on TV and vice versa, but we get that unique opportunity," the host said. The actor smiled and replied, "I'm hoping that all my ex-girlfriends will come out as well at some point."
"That would be nice," Kimmel said. "Are there others?"
"No, there are no others," Sheen joked. "There are no others, Sarah!"
Tell that to McAdams.