Jennifer Lawrence and Liam Hemsworth fans have long been waiting for their reel life love story to turn into reality. And now, if the latest buzz is to be believed, it looks like "The Hunger Games" co-stars have decided to take their friendship to a romantic level.

The latest buzz is that Lawrence and Hemsworth have been spending a lot of quality time with each other and in fact, JLaw has been calling her "The Hunger Games" co-star all the time after her split with Coldplay frontman Chris Martin.

According to a report in Hollywood Life, the two stars have finally got together, just as their fans expected. The website also pointed that Liam was reportedly seeing his "Independence Day 2" co-star Maika Monroe, but that didn't stop "The Silver Lining Playbooks" actress to reach out to Hemsworth. The two stars are apparently in constant touch with each other.

"Lots of people were convinced they would wind up together, and they still could. Jen has been calling Liam all the time, especially at night," a source said.

And these heart-to-heart conversations have apparently changed their relationship equation. "Jennifer definitely had a moment. It was as if she suddenly knew he was The One. Liam obviously felt it too, because they decided then and there that they wanted to be together," the source added.

Well, given that the two actors have spent a lot of time on the sets of "The Hunger Games" movies series for the past four years and have become very good friends. And obviously, this isn't the first time the Jennifer Lawrence and Liam Hemsworth have sparked dating rumours. The two were linked romantically in November 2014 as well, the report stated.

"It happened while they were in Germany, promoting the movie, having a heart-to-heart in Liam's hotel room. Jennifer was overwhelmed by all the publicity surrounding her [first] split from Chris Martin and her nude photo scandal, and he was more than happy to listen to her vent," the source shared.

Well, if these Jennifer Lawrence and Liam Hemsworth dating rumours are true, then looks like "The Hunger Games" fans have something interesting to look forward to.