Sophie Turner Says She's "In Love" With Her 'X-Men' Costar Tye Sheridan and Joe Jonas Is Totally Okay With It

During an interview at WonderCon in Anaheim, California, Dark Phoenix costars Sophie Turner and Tye Sheridan joked that they're in love and Joe Jonas is "fine with it." The actors then confirmed that they're actually just very good friends offscreen.

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Sophie Turner is in love with two men. One of those men is her fiancé, Joe Jonas. The other is her X-Men: Dark Phoenix costar, Tye Sheridan.

Of course, one of those is an actual real love and one of them is onscreen romance/offscreen friendship, but the former is secure enough to never get jealous of the latter, which is good, considering Sophie's line of work.

Sophie and Tye, who play love interests Jean Grey and Scott Summers (aka Cyclops) in Dark Phoenix, made at appearance at WonderCon 2019 in Anaheim, California this weekend to promote the movie and spoke to Entertainment Tonight about their ~chemistry~.

Tye didn't miss a beat, jumping in with, "I'm in love with Soph."

"And I'm completely in love with him," Sophie confirmed, maintaining a perfect deadpan expression for a beat before smiling and adding, "[Joe] knows, he's fine with it."

Lolz, right? Then Sophie gave a serious answer about her friendship with Tye:


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