Zoe Kravitz and Channing Tatum have been spotted together in NYC, refuelling dating rumours that first popped up last January.

The High Fidelity actress and the Magic Mike actor were photographed in the East Village Wednesday. Pictures obtained by Page Six, which you can see here, show the pair laughing together as they take a stroll while Tatum walks a BMX bike. In one pic, Kravitz rides on the bike’s pegs, with her arms wrapped around Tatum as he pedals the bike.

Both of the actors were dressed casually, with Kravitz wearing a black tank top and jeans, and carrying a green tote bag. Tatum wore a black t-shirt, jeans, and Converse.

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The pair were also spotted grabbing iced lattes in NYC on Thursday. The pics, which you can see here, show them laughing as they walked down the street with their drinks. Kravitz wears a blue midi-dress and yellow heels, while Tatum wears a white t-shirt and jeans, and walks yet another BMX bike.

Dating rumours about Kravitz and Tatum first set Twitter ablaze last January, days after Kravitz’s divorce from her ex-husband, Karl Glusman, was reported. A source quickly shut down those rumours, telling People that the two were not dating, and were working together on a project.

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Deadline reported in June that the pair will collaborate on Kravitz’s directorial debut, a genre thriller called Pussy Island. Tatum will star in the film as a shady philanthropist and tech mogul who invites a cocktail waitress named Frida to a party on his private island. Frida, who will be played by Master of None actress Naomi Ackie, soon discovers that there’s something sinister happening on the island.

Kravitz told Deadline that Tatum was her first choice for the role, and that they have worked together to develop the script. The pair also hinted that they had become friends in the process, with Kravitz convincing Tatum to stop wearing Crocs. “I was just trying to be a good friend, Chan,” Kravitz told Tatum during the interview.

This article originally appeared in Harper’s BAZAAR US