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Ac­tor Nina Do­brev (far left) is re­port­edly dat­ing The Ex­pend­ables 3 star Glen Pow­ell (left).

The duo, both 28, has been spend­ing a lot of time to­gether and even rang in 2017 to­gether with Pow­ell’s fam­ily in Texas, re­ported E! On­line. “They’ve a sim­i­lar group of friends and have been see­ing each other on the low for a lit­tle while,” a source said.

“Glen re­ally likes Nina. She is com­pletely his type of girl. They know and have met each other’s fam­i­lies. He’s a very fam­ily-ori­ented guy and Nina loves that,” the source added.

The Vam­pire Di­aries star and Pow­ell at­tended a Golden Globes af­ter-party to­gether, be­fore he came to the LA pre­miere of Do­brev’s new movie a cou­ple of weeks later. fter Pres­i­dent Don­ald Trump said that there would be visa bans on Ira­ni­ans, Ira­nian ac­tor from Os­car nom­i­nated Drama, Taraneh Ali­doosti (right) tweeted that she will not at­tend the cer­e­mony. “Trump’s visa ban for Ira­ni­ans is racist. Whether this will in­clude a cul­tural event or not, I won’t at­tend the #Acade­myAwards 2017 in protest,” she tweeted.

The Ira­nian ac­tor plays the lead char­ac­ter of Rana Ete­sami in As­ghar Farhadi’s, The Sales­man. The story is about a cou­ple whose re­la­tion­ship is thrown into dis­ar­ray af­ter an in­truder sur­prises her in the shower. How­ever, Farhadi, who won the Os­car in 2012 for the film, A Sep­a­ra­tion, and his male lead, Sha­hab Hos­seini, have so far not spo­ken about whether they plan to at­tend the cer­e­mony.

Re­stric­tions on all Ira­nian na­tion­als en­ter­ing the US are part of Trump’s ex­pected new mea­sures against seven Mus­lim-ma­jor­ity coun­tries, Iran, Iraq, Libya, So­ma­lia, Su­dan, Syria and Ye­men. In an in­ter­view, Trump said that the ban is not a ‘Mus­lim ban, but to tar­get coun­tries that have tremen­dous hor­ror’.

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