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Disney Star Brenda Song and Macaulay Culkin Are Reportedly Dating

    Brenda Song, 29, was recently spotted on a date with her rumored new man, “Home Alone” star Macaulay Culkin, 37, and we officially feel old.

    The couple, who were first romantically linked after being photographed together in Los Angeles back in July, partied it up at the Knott’s Scary Farm celebrity night, hosted by Instagram, last Friday.

    A source told Entertainment Tonight that the two former child stars, who are both set to appear in Seth Green’s upcoming directorial debut, “Changeland”, were very “affectionate” and held each other’s hands during the event.

    “Park goers said that they were very cute with each other holding hands and very affectionate. Looked like they were having a great time,” the source told ET.

    Culkin and Song were also out on a double date with Green and his wife, Clare Grant.

    Song, who starred as London Tipton in “The Suite Life of Zack & Cody” from 2005 to 2008, spoke with ET during Friday night’s event and shared some more details about the upcoming comedy/drama, which is set in Thailand.

    “It’s basically about a guy who is going on a planned a trip with his wife, finds out that she’s cheating on him, and his best friend jumps in last minute, and it’s their adventures in Thailand and the people they sort of come across, and the crazy adventures that happen when you go on a trip across the world,” Song said.

    She added that “Changeland” was seven years in the making, and it’s thanks to Green that the movie will finally come to fruition.

    “It was incredible — it was like, Changeland for me. That sounds super cheesy but, like, I came back like a different person,” Song said.

    Featured Image via Instagram / Brenda Song, Twitter

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