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Florence Pugh and Zach Braff hit the dog park in LA amid rumors she may star in the Madonna biopic

Florence Pugh, 24, and her boyfriend Zach Braff, 45, hit the dog park in Los Angeles… amid rumors she may star in the upcoming Madonna biopic

Florence Pugh and her boyfriend, Zach Braff, enjoyed an early morning trip to the dog park in Los Angeles on Sunday with their pup Billie, who they adopted in May. 

The lovebirds, who have a 21-year-age gap, stood close together as they played fetch with their energetic brown and white fur baby. 

After the 45-year-old Scrubs actor tossed a tennis ball across the field, Pugh took a turn using a plastic launcher to throw one of her pooch’s toys twice as far. 

Playing fetch: Florence Pugh and her boyfriend, Zach Braff, enjoyed an early morning trip to the dog park in Los Angeles on Sunday with their pup Billie, who they adopted in May

For their laid-back outing, the 24-year-old Little Women star layered a white denim jacket with a fur collar over a grey t-shirt and pinstripe trousers. 

She completed her look with a silver chain, combat boots and her straightened blonde hair cascading down her shoulders. 

Meanwhile, Braff looked handsome in an olive green bomber jacket, dark-wash jeans and a pair of black leather boots. 

Dog park: The lovebirds, who have a 21-year-age gap, stood close together as they played fetch with their energetic brown and white fur baby

Dog park: The lovebirds, who have a 21-year-age gap, stood close together as they played fetch with their energetic brown and white fur baby

The pair both closely followed CDC recommendations amid the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic by wearing face masks and maintaining substantial distance from others. 

Pugh is currently amongst the rumored line up of actresses to play Madonna in her upcoming biopic, which the 62-year-old Queen of Pop is set to co-write and direct with the Oscar-winning screenwriter Diablo Cody. 

The actress is currently starring opposite former One Direction singer Harry Styles in Olivia Wilde’s upcoming new thriller Don’t Worry Darling. 

Having fun: After the 45-year-old Scrubs actor tossed a tennis ball across the field, Pugh took a turn using a plastic launcher to throw her pooch's toy three times as far as normal

Having fun: After the 45-year-old Scrubs actor tossed a tennis ball across the field, Pugh took a turn using a plastic launcher to throw her pooch’s toy three times as far as normal

The stacked cast also includes Chris Pine as the mysterious leader of a worksite just outside of town, as well as supporting roles for Olivia, Crazy Rich Asians’ Gemma Chan, and the comedians Nick Kroll and Kate Berlant. 

KiKi Layne, whose performance in 2018’s If Beale Street Could Talk was acclaimed by critics, signed on to the film in early October, after Dakota Johnson was forced to drop out of the film due to a scheduling conflict.

Olivia Wilde proved her skills as a filmmaker after directing the critically acclaimed coming-of-age comedy Booksmart, though the film only did modest business at the box office.

Up next? Pugh is currently amongst the rumored line up of actresses to play Madonna in her upcoming biopic, which the 62-year-old Queen of Pop is set to co-write and direct with the Oscar-winning screenwriter Diablo Cody

Up next? Pugh is currently amongst the rumored line up of actresses to play Madonna in her upcoming biopic, which the 62-year-old Queen of Pop is set to co-write and direct with the Oscar-winning screenwriter Diablo Cody

Don’t Worry Darling follows a string of well-reviewed performances for Pugh.

She earned an Academy Award nomination for Best Supporting Actress for her role as Amy March in Greta Gerwig’s critically acclaimed adaptation of Little Women.

In 2019 she also starred in the epic folk horror film Midsommar, which was also well-received and a commercial success, earning almost $50 million against a $9 million budget, according to Box Office Mojo.

Well-reviewed: She earned an Academy Award nomination for Best Supporting Actress for her role as Amy March in Greta Gerwig's critically acclaimed adaptation of Little Women; seen last December

Well-reviewed: She earned an Academy Award nomination for Best Supporting Actress for her role as Amy March in Greta Gerwig’s critically acclaimed adaptation of Little Women; seen last December

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