Does this debut make their relationship status official?
Jaden Smith and Kylie Jenner fueled dating rumors by attending the premiere of "Ender's Game" in Hollywood together on Monday, even posing next to one another on the red carpet.
Although Jenner, 16, and Smith, 15, have played coy about their romance, there was no hiding their affection for each other at the soiree at Grauman's Chinese Theater. Onlookers tell omg! that the two were "playful and flirty" together.
Kylie and Jaden made headlines last week for allegedly causing a scene at a Beverly Hills hotel during a night out with friends, according to People. When Kylie wasn't served alcohol, the magazine claimed she threw a "prima donna tantrum." She and her sister, Kendall, followed up the reports with a pair of good, old-fashioned Twitter rants. Monday evening, however, remained drama-free.
Following the premiere, Jaden made his way up to the film's afterparty at Hollywood and Highland without Kylie. Although she wasn't spotted with Jaden at the bash, he was the life of the party (in an appropriate way). Will Smith's son led a dance party in the middle of the venue with the young stars of the film, including Hailee Steinfeld, Asa Butterfield, and Moises Arias.
Steinfeld, 16 — who changed into jeans immediately after the red carpet — even got some dance lessons in from Jaden and pals. Rocking out to tunes like Britney Spears's "Work B--ch," Katy Perry's "Roar," and Daft Punk's "Get Lucky," Jaden got the entire young cast to bust moves on the lit-up dance floor.
Although there has been speculation about Jaden and Kylie's drinking, Smith clutched nothing but water throughout the night and seemed to be having a blast with pals.
Across the way, "Ender's Game" stars Harrison Ford and Viola Davis held court with pals in what can only be best described as the "adult section," while Abigail Breslin mingled between both groups.
Wolfgang Puck provided drinks and food, while replicas of the Audi fleet shuttle quattro — a car created specifically for "Ender's Game" — were on display throughout the venue as well. Employees were dressed in military ensembles straight from the sci-fi tale, while other props from the movie were also scattered around for photo ops.
"Ender's Game" hits theaters on November 1.