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Taylor Swift's 'New Man' Patrick Schwarzenegger Spotted Filming With Her Ex Taylor Lautner

Taylor Swift's 'New Man' Patrick Schwarzenegger Spotted Filming With Her Ex Taylor Lautner
Taylor Swift's 'New Man' Patrick Schwarzenegger Spotted Filming With Her Ex Taylor Lautner

Just last week Patrick Schwarzenegger was pictured getting close to rumoured girlfriend Taylor Swift, and now he's been seen hanging with the country singer's ex-boyfriend Taylor Lautner as the pair filming new movie 'Grown Ups 2'.

The 18-year-old was seen shooting the new movie on Friday, following in the footsteps of his father Arnold Schwarzenegger.

In the comedy, the teen is set to play a rich frat boy alongside the 'Twilight' hunk.

Pictured wearing a white polo shirt, and carrying an American football as he filmed scenes with Taylor, who looked pretty cool in his dark sunglasses and grey t-shirt, it's fair to say things looked professional on set. Perhaps the topic of Taylor Swift was avoided?

The new movie is a sequel to the popular 2010 film, which starred Adam Sandler and Kevin James.

Even though it was more Razzies than Oscars, it did make $270 million at the box office. After a European trip with his father Arnie earlier this week, the teen revealed that he was upset to be leaving Austria ahead of the filming.

"Amazing euro trip. Sucks that I have to leave, gonna miss being with all my friends here. Gonna remember this trip my whole life," he wrote. "But.. Boston here I come!! Couldn't be happier to be going to work on another film. So happy to be apart of Grown Ups 2! Should be fun shoot (sic)"

Wonder if Taylor knows about these two working together? That'd make for a good song, surely?

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