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Taylor Swift rents out cinema for Ghostbusters private screening

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Taylor Swift rents out cinema for Ghostbusters private screening

Taylor Swift and Tom Hiddleston rented out a cinema to watch the new 'Ghostbusters' movie.

The pair were joined by Chris Hemsworth and Mark Ruffalo for the screening, where they enjoyed popcorn and snacks.

A source told Us Weekly magazine: "Inside Gold Class [the premium theatre], they have waiters so there were strictly only two girls allowed in to serve. One served everyone else, and one girl served Taylor only."

And the 'Blank Space' hitmaker is very happy with Tom according to his 'Thor: Ragnarok' co-star Chris.

He said: "He looks happy, mate. Yeah! I haven't met Taylor personally, they only got here few days ago."

Meanwhile, Tom, 35, was recently forced to deny reports that his and Taylor's relationship is a publicity stunt.

He said: "That notion is, look, the truth is that Taylor Swift and I are together, and we're very happy. Thanks for asking. That's the truth. It's not a publicity stunt."

And Tom previously revealed he celebrated being nominated for an Emmy by going to the screening.

He said: "I didn't have any expectations, and suddenly my phone started blowing up a couple hours ago. This is the most wonderful surprise, and honestly the most thrilling thing about it is that it feels like an extraordinary and heart-warming affirmation for the whole team who made 'The Night Manager'. Making 'The Night Manager' was the most fulfilling team effort, and I'm so proud of everybody.

"I was dozing off because of a long day as Loki. I couldn't stay awake, so I was drifting away to sleep. Earlier, Chris Hemsworth had just hosted a screening of the new 'Ghostbusters' film, so that was a couple of hours before the nominations were announced. I saw that with Chris and Mark Ruffalo and Taika Waititi, who is directing 'Thor:

Ragnarok', then came home and brushed my teeth and went to bed - and then I was nominated for an Emmy. So that was how it went."