Olivia Munn is off the market after being linked to actor Joel Kinnaman.
They have been together for about three months. They met last year, but they didn't get together until just before Christmas, a friend of Munn's and Kinnaman's told eonline.com. He is a super normal guy and she is a really down-to-earth girl and they just get each other. They are on the same wavelength intellectually, and they have the same sense of humor. It's been going on for a little while and it's heading towards being serious. They are extremely happy together.
Munn is a former host of G4's Attack of the Show who has done some modeling and has broken into acting as of late, with roles in Magic Mike and The Babymakers. She also had parts in Date Night and Iron Man 2, both released in 2010.
Munn split from her NHL star boyfriend Brad Richards in January after three months of dating.
Some of you may be going, Joel who? Here are five things to know about Munn's new boyfriend, Joel Kinnaman.
Kinnaman has been cast as Alex James Murphy/Robocop in the 2013 remake of the 1987 film.
Kinnaman told Perez Hilton that the upcoming film is a re-imagination of the original.
There's a lot of stuff from the original. There are some details and throwbacks, but this version is a much better acting piece, for Alex Murphy and especially when he is RoboCop. It's much more challenging, Kinnaman said.
Kinnaman was considered for the role of Thor, which eventually went to Liam Hemsworth. Kinnaman was unable to shoot test scenes with Natalie Portman because he was busy shooting the Swedish film Snabba Cash.
Kinnaman was born in Stockholm, Sweden and has dual U.S.-Swedish citizenship. His mother is Swedish and his father is American.
4) Philosophy on roles
Kinnaman, who cut his acting teeth in Sweden, says he is selective when it comes to choosing roles in America.
I absolutely don't feel that I have to take any role that I can get just because it is the United States, he told Swedish publication Ostran. I'm looking for something interesting, I'm still young in my artistry, and I must dare to do things even when there's a risk for failure.
5) Current role
Known to Swedish audiences for some time, Kinnaman currently stars on the AMC 's The Killing, a crime drama series derived from a Danish television show of the same name. Kinnaman plays a detective on the show.