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Orange Is the New Black Star Laura Prepon Is Engaged to Ben Foster

This article originally appeared on PEOPLE.com.

What a way to make your red carpet relationship debut!

Ben Foster and Laura Prepon hit the The Girl on the Train premiere Tuesday night, marking their first official public appearance as a couple, as well as the debut of a new diamond ring on a very tell-tale finger. Speculation was at an all-time high as she flashed the new sparkler — and as it turns out, this one is the real deal, sources confirm to PEOPLE.

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The Must List: Tove Lo's 'Cool Girl' heats up the summer

“Cool Girl” by Tove Lo

Since the release of her first major international hit, “Habits (Stay High),” the world has been addicted to Swedish singer-songwriter Tove Lo’s infectious music. Notching two solo hits on the Billboard Hot 100 between 2013 and 2015, Lo went on to appear on a handful of tracks by other artists, including Nick Jonas’ “Close,” Alesso’s “We Can Be Heroes,” Coldplay’s “Fun,” and Years & Years’ “Desire”; She even wrote the lead single, “Sparks,” from Hilary Duff’s fifth studio album.

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Box office preview: Can The Conjuring 2 scare off Now You See Me sequel?

The curse of the 2016 sequel will seemingly meet its match this weekend, as popular continuations of hit movies invade North American theaters on their way to solid domestic grosses. 

With X-Men: Apocalypse and Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: Out of the Shadows quickly tumbling their way down the top 10,  there’s more than enough room for newcomers The Conjuring 2, Now You See Me 2, and Warcraft to make waves amid another weekend stuffed with multiple new wide releases.

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Chris Pine robs banks in 'Hell or High Water' trailer

With the role of a twangy Deputy U.S. Marshal in True Grit under his belt, Jeff Bridges returns to the dust bowl in the new trailer for Hell or High Water, a Texas-set crime thriller directed by David Mackenzie (Asylum).

Chris Pine and Ben Foster costar as a brotherly pair who rob a series of banks as a last-ditch attempt to save their family’s farm, but their actions come with (seemingly violent) consequences: a ruthless West Texas Ranger (Bridges) pursues the duo with a cutthroat desire to bring them down.

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Inferno trailer teaser: Will Tom Hanks pull the switch?

Get ready to head into the Inferno. Ahead of the trailer debut for the Ron Howard film starring Tom Hanks and Felicity Jones, Sony Pictures revealed the first footage in the form of a brief 31-second teaser. 

“There’s a switch,” says Ben Foster, who plays the film’s villain Bertrand Zobrist. “If you throw it, half the people on Earth with die. But if you don’t, in 100 years the human race will be extinct.” 

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Ben Foster is Lance Armstrong in clip from The Program

The Queen director Stephen Frears considers a rather different public figure in his new film The Program, which details the rise and fall of cyclist Lance Armstrong.

Ben Foster (The Messenger) plays the disgraced seven-time Tour de France champion, while Chris O’Dowd (Bridesmaids) portrays journalist David Walsh, who first interviewed Armstrong way back in 1993 and whose book Seven Deadly Sins inspired Frears’ film. Other cast members include Jesse Plemons, Lee Pace, Guillaume Canet, and Dustin Hoffman.

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Ben Foster's Lance Armstrong assures reporters he will pass every drug test in new The Program clip

Stephen Frears’ upcoming Lance Armstrong biopic The Program depicts the downfall of the infamous Tour de France champ. The film, which will close out the Austin Film Festival next month, stars Ben Foster as the shamed cyclist alongside Jesse Plemons, Chris O’Dowd, and Dustin Hoffman.

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Ben Foster wanted to experience what it was to be Lance Armstrong 'on a cellular level' for The Program

There are scenes in The Program, which tells the rise and fall of disgraced cyclist Lance Armstrong, where the athlete’s pals speculate which Hollywood golden boy will play him in the inevitable movie celebrating his miraculous battle against cancer and record seven consecutive Tour de France victories. Matt Damon? Jake Gyllenhaal perhaps?

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