The English "X-Men" actor, who will appear in George Miller's "Mad Max: Fury Road" in May, recently split from actress Jennifer Lawrence last summer after being together since 2010 when they co-starred in "X-Men: First Class."Agron, who is known as television audience's favorite cheerleader in "Glee," will be making her theater debut next month in the James Phillips' West End play, "Mc Queen." The American actress has previously been linked to actors Alex Pettyfer, Sebastian Stan, Dave Franco, and Thomas Cocquerel.
Agron, 24, and Evans, 29, have been casually dating after meeting at the Weinstein/Montblanc pre-Oscar party in February -- and his family approves, reports In Touch Weekly.
Reports flew that she was terrified of him, and even feared for her life..
Yet when Dianna hooked up with Alex, rumors of a romance between she and Sebastian had seemed like little more than tabloid fodder.
And that was something that was so prevalent in that era of film was musicals. I just moved to this new school, I was like, "Nobody really knows me; this might be fun to get involved in," and so I auditioned and I got it, and that's the first time I sang and I was so ...
He and his friends like to joke that as long as she stays on the show, the family will welcome her with open arms!Well, there's James Franco's supercute younger brother, Dave Franco, for one. Here’s a short history of Dianna's relationship past. Dianna gushed that though Alex might “see himself as a bad boy,” he’s “actually very sweet in real life.” Rumors even flew that the two might have gotten engaged, though both Di and Alex denied any such talk.Unfortunately, that’s when things started to go south.PHOTOS: Stars we've lost in 2013 "Bad news spreads faster than anything good," Agron, whose new film,, opens in Ireland Nov. "And I think it's just such a shame, especially involving someone that we love so much, that the good old internet has taken everything that they want to say about it and spread it like wildfire." After Agron was noticeably missing from the "The Quarterback" episode, reports claimed that she had a falling out with other cast members and series creator Ryan Murphy.The actress played cheerleader Quinn Fabray (first girlfriend of Monteith's character Finn Hudson) on the Fox musical series, and only made guest appearances after her character graduated in season three in 2012.