Olivia Wilde and Jason Sudeikis are loved-up at Disneyland: cute or weird?

These are photos of Olivia Wilde and Jason Sudeikis looking very loved-up and touchy feely at Disneyland. Lainey covered these photos and she’s not into couples going to Disneyland without kids, which I get. Like it can be a nightmare to go to these places with kids, it’s not like a relaxing, romantic vacation for two in any way. But when you’re knee deep in new love and totally smitten with each other, these tourist trap places can seem like heaven. Any place can seem like heaven when you have more endorphins flowing than after a good workout.

I will admit that I went to Disneyworld in Florida with a boyfriend in college. That was just ok, I wasn’t that into the dude and it struck me as stupid to drive all the way down there just to go to a destination amusement park. That was his thing, though, he loved Disney. He was like Ryan Gosling in that way except not as suave or attractive. I went along with it. I haven’t gone back since and my kid is getting to be the age where he would enjoy Disney. His grandmother is offering to take him and I might just let her do it without us.

Right now I’m on vacation at a popular tourist place and we’re working to avoid the more crowded options. It can be stressful when you’re trying to take a family vacation. (The beach is beautiful though, even though it’s cold here.) When you’re with your sweetheart and the world looks amazing, fresh and full of possibilities it’s not a hardship to wait in a stupid long line for a ride you’ll soon forget. (Although I doubt these two had to wait in any lines.) It’s kind of awesome to deal with the heat and the crowds and the overpriced fast food, because there’s no place else in the entire world you’d rather be. That’s the impression I get from these two. I may not really “like” them as individuals, but you can see how into each other they are, and it warms my cold little heart. Even if it’s staged somewhat – ok it’s staged for the paps, but still! They remind me of Hayden Panettiere and her hulk man, Wladimir, you can’t fake hot love.

Look at them with their escorts at the park. They’re definitely getting the VIP treatment. I would appreciate Disney a lot more if I had those kind of perks.

Photo credit: David Durocher/WENN.com

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  1. caro says:

    Until last year i never went to Eurodisney and Astérix park(i live in France) and now i want to comeback there.It was fun!

    • TheOriginalKitten says:

      Aterix Park?!?! Like Asterix and Obelix??

      My brother and I LOVED those books as a kid.

      I never knew a theme park for them existed..

      I went to Disney Land twice and Disney World twice as a kid (my poor parents) and I honestly thought it was the coolest thing on the planet.

      • Amy says:

        Yes there is a park in France that is Asterix themed so I have never been. Been to Euro Disney/Disneyland Paris twice when I was a kid. I remember having a lot of fun! Though it rained both times I went.

  2. Nemesis says:

    Who are these people?

  3. Lissa says:

    I don’t know why but I used to like Olivia Wilde way before…circa when Megan Fox was crushing on her. But now for some reason, I feel like she’s trying so hard to prove something. Nothing against her but there’s certain element of graceful mystery and surprise that I don’t get from her anymore.

    She’s still more digestible than most though…

    • Maya says:

      Yeah, I feel the same way. I found her really annoying in her recent Marie Claire article, where she gushed on and on about Sudeikis – telling details of the first time they met, their first date, what she loves most about him – and then said something like “We really just want our privacy.” It always seems so disingenuous when celebrities do that.

      However, I can’t help but like her when I look at her Twitter feed, where she’s funny and self-deprecating and tweets about important social and political issues.

    • TheOriginalKitten says:

      I liked her too, before she started talking.

      • Sammy t says:

        It’s always the liberals that want the special treatment..

        Who would recognize these two, but they sure make sure they get special treatment and not have to wait in lines with all the other commoners…
        Can’t stand Olivia Wilde, almost on the same level as Sean Penn pushing her beliefs and like Sean Penn, a pretentious, self- righteous liberal . Penn son is a out of control racist, gay basher…. Penn as a father could not raise a decent citizen, that doesn’t stop him from telling everyone else how to live and lecturing the public about equity and social justice.

    • Tiffany :) says:

      For some odd reason, I have three friends that know Olivia, but none of them know each other. They ALL say the same thing about her…lovely, sweet, genuine, good-hearted. One person saying that to me, I take it with a lot of salt. Multiple people saying that to me, I tend to believe it.

      Just my 2 cents. 🙂

      • Lissa says:

        Well, that’s good to hear.

        It’s mostly her constant talking about her relationship that annoys me.

  4. poppy says:

    omg they are sooooo cool! NO
    it is ok to go w/o kids when you aren’t 25+ and a fame whore. this seems very desperate.
    i realize there are perks but how fun is it to have some strangers escort you around the whole time and waiting for you to exit the ride, like your mommy?

  5. GoldenState says:

    So, I keep hearing over and over again about Olivia Wilde being *SO* into Jason. Is it just me, or does the effusion of loved-upness seem strange? Like, is she honestly just crazy for the guy, or is this publicity?

    • liv says:

      She’s insufferable.

      All I can think about when seeing these two is that they have “sex like Kenyan marathon runners”! Thanks for the pictures in my head, Olivia! And don’t talk about privacy ever again, girl!

  6. Esmom says:

    Disney, Lakers game, they’ve been making the rounds. I’ve never been a fan of hers but I have to admit in all the recent photos she’s been looking really beautiful and natural. Something is agreeing with her.

    As for childless couples going to Disney, I have a friend whose parents (retired) go every single chance they get. Like multiple times per year, for at least a week at a time. I think it’s a little creepy but I suppose it’s better than sitting around the house growing old.

    As for our family, my kids are int heir teens and we’ve never been. Thankfully they seem uninterested. Although we do have someplace bere in the midwest that they love, which I abhor yet suffer through for them: The Wisconsin Dells.

  7. Mia 4S says:

    Disney is tons of fun without kids if you enjoy rides. I’ve been with and without kids and they both have their charms. The idea of lying on a beach all day is beyond dull and boring to me. That’s for old people. 😉

    • Jess says:

      I agree! I loveeeeeeeeee Disney. I would go there all the time if i could, so much fun 🙂

      • TG says:

        Me too. The first time I went to Disney World was in college and I loved it and I have been back 7 or 8 times since with only adults and sometimes other kids have tagged along. I am going to take my own kids there soon and too see Harry Potter Land. I have never heard that going to amusement parks without children is lame. I have no shame. I too find lying on a beach dull and boring. I need to be very active so amusement parks are right up my alley. Of course I enjoy more natural things too but the Disney machine works on me because I love all the magic and stuff.

      • Tiffany :) says:

        I went with my mom a little bit ago, and we had so much fun. We were goofy, silly, and immature. She needed a break from watching cancer patients lose their battles, and Disney was the perfect thing.

    • jess says:

      I agree! This is my first year without a season pass and I’ll be 28 next month. Disneyland without kids can be a blast! No one whining, or getting tired, you can get through crowds easier, etc. And California Adventure serves alcohol!

  8. lucy2 says:

    I have a lot of friends who like going there as much, if not more, than their kids. To each their own.
    I bet if they weren’t walking around with a guide and security or whatever, they wouldn’t have even been noticed. I don’t think either is that recognizable.

    • pink giraffe says:

      I was thinking that! They got the VIP stuff on purpose; no one would have noticed these two. Oh the fragile celeb ego.

      • mercy says:

        The plaids escort celebs to the front of the line. That’s reason enough to have one if you can get one. 😉 But getting full on papped at Disney is relatively rare, even with plaids. Much bigger stars have visited the park with only pics from other visitors to show for it.

  9. kingkayski says:

    Thank god she’s gracious enough to let us see her handsome boyfriend{barf}

  10. AMLM says:

    My fiancé and I have been to disney world together twice and there are tons of things to do for adults, way outside of rides. Especially when you factor in Epcot and Hollywood Studios. These two are at Disneyland though which I don’t think has as much.

  11. Nanea says:

    I went to Disney with my mom. Great fun!

    Actually it was a week in Orlando, and it included Universal and a trip to NASA, watching a shuttle take off.

    DH and my dad had to stay home to watch the twins.

  12. moon says:

    i thought it was leighton meester at first

  13. Cam S says:

    I have no reasonable explanation for disliking this couple. However, I just can’t get on board with them, don’t know why.

    • MCraw says:

      Same here. I think it’s because she goes on and on about him every chance she gets and with him… It’s not really the same is it? She’s the one who talks about their relationship. She’s the one talking about his great sex. She’s the one all googly-eyed in these fotos while he just basks in the ego-hand-job she provides. Maybe he’s not a big enough celeb that ppl go out n get quotes from him, but this relationship seems, publicly, one-sided.

      And Disneyland for a date is weird. No way.

    • Ally8 says:

      +1 He looks like a mean jerk and she looks like a girl desperate to land a husband (and then upgrade to a better one).

      I give it a year.

      (Ryan Gosling took her to the Aquarium, so I guess the Mouse House was still uncharted territory.)

  14. OhDear says:

    IMO, it’s not a big deal to go to Disneyland as an adult with no kids, esp. since many people have fond childhood memories of the place. However, I do have a problem with setting up pap pictures there. It takes away from others’ enjoyment of the place when you have to make way for these people and a bunch of photographers.

    I don’t think this relationship will end well, though. She’s trying way too hard to prove something, either to herself or someone else.

  15. bns says:

    I feel like they keep trying to get people to care about their relationship, but no one does.

  16. Sweet Dee says:

    Were I to bring kids or not, Disney is my personal hell.
    Mostly because of all the other peoples’ kids, but also all that cartoony crap.

    Don’t worry, I’m not planning on reproducing.

  17. Justyna says:

    I’ve never been anywhere near Disneyland. Are there some bigger rollercoasters and other attractions only for older teens and adults or just the kiddie stuff? I love rollercoasters, the bigger and higher – the better, so I understand going to an amusement park without kids and waiting in long lines for fun. My favourite is Europa-Park in Germany. Few days ago I even had a dream about riding Silver Star (it was the biggest rollercoaster the last time I was there).

    • mercy says:

      Disney’s California Adventure (next door to Disneyland) has the more intense rides.

      I have great childhood memories of Disneyland, but it doesn’t hold anywhere close to the same magic for me as an adult. Still love the classic rides like Pirates of the Caribbean and Space Mountain, though.

  18. heatheradair says:

    he’s sure ditched a lot of weight. which, actually, makes them look more alike……(which is my pet obsession — that most couples look alike — these guys both have the strong jaw and high forehead)

  19. Harpreet says:

    As a the child of immigrant parents who never went to Disneyland as a kid (because who needs Disneyland when we can rent you Disney videos)I wouldn’t mind going as an adult.

  20. Ainsleigh says:

    Disneyland is fun at any age. I don’t mind this couple. They seem pretty harmless. Not sure why the big rush to hook up though after just getting out of a long term relationship.

  21. Agnes says:

    I don’t get adults going to Disney (or any such place) without kids. I’d be overwhelmed by the crowd, the noise, the lines, etc.

  22. Holden says:

    Oh god, all those people, I get anxiety just looking at the pics.

  23. Casey says:

    She mentioned that she’s never been to any Disney themed park before so I’m sure they just went for her to have that experience before they’re sixty and it’s super weird. Anyway staged or not these pictures are adorable, and they’re clearly in love.

  24. Starllight says:

    He does look like Jan. Jones’s son. Look at his ears. This is what everybody is saying. I wonder?

  25. Bina says:

    I went to college in the area and plenty of people go to Disneyland without kids. It’s fun for people at any age, and seemed to be a popular dating spot for a lot of people. You don’t have to worry about being sophisticated, etc, and can just enjoy the rides and nostalgic atmosphere.

    Since I went to college down there, the boyfriend and I had annual passes which greatly reduce the stress component. We’d usually go around dinner time. Most of the kids had passed out already, and we’d get to watch the nightly fireworks (how is that not romantic?), and ride a few rides. At that point, most of the people running around were young adults/older teens.

  26. eep223 says:

    I think anyone can pay for the escort around the park, no?

  27. Jo 'Mama' Besser says:

    Who would wear white pants to an amusement park? Those are going in the garbage.

  28. Hannah says:

    Not cute!

  29. Bronson says:

    May be I’m just a kid at heart, but my boyfriend (33) and I (30) go on a fancy Disney vacation every year. Yes, just the two of us. We are both huge Disney fans and we blow a lot of money on staying at the Disney Hotels, getting fancy dinners and ordering fancy cocktails and wine. Disney is not just for kids, there is a lot there for adults to enjoy as well. We try to go during the week in the fall after school starts and I have never waited in a line more than 10-15 minutes.

    And I assure you, Olivia and Jason are not getting VIP treatment that they are not paying for. Their guide in those pictures in a Disney tour guide, and those guides cost anywhere from $60 – $150 per person for about 4 hours to take you through the park and get you fast passes and the like.

  30. lisa says:

    I’m glad I’m not the only one who doesn’t think it’s weird to go to Disney as an adult. My parents didn’t have the money to fly to Orlando or LA when I was a kid, and even though I always wanted to go I understood: Disney is EXPENSIVE! But my husband’s family is from LA so for our first Christmas together he took me to Disneyland. I loved it and it’s still one of my favorite/most romantic memories ever. Even if Space Mountain did freak me out!

  31. It'sJustBlanche says:

    I will just come out as being sort of employed by the Disney company and I’m in the parks more times per year than I care to admit. Having said that, you would not believe the amount of making out that goes on in the Haunted Mansion.

  32. Breezie says:

    There’s nothing wrong with adults going to Disney without kids. Walt himself said “adults are only kids grown up , anyway.”

    I love Disneyland and I really want to go to Disney World before I have kids.

  33. Giselle says:

    You know… Im kind of tired of these Disneyland posts and the question about whether it’s creepy or not. I live in Florida, so since Disneyworld is literally only about 30 minutes away, it does become a common destination for couples and groups of friends, as well as family. So, considering the close proximity to Disneyland to these celebs, I assume that is why they go.

    I can see why someone who doesn’t live near a theme park might think it’s “creepy” to go to one if they don’t have kids since that’s a long way to travel. However, it’s really not that big a deal. I would say the adult to child ratio varies greatly depending on the park.

    For some people (especially with seasonal passes who are residents of the state), it’s actually nice to walk around the park, go on some rides, and have an overpriced meal.

    • Jo 'Mama' Besser says:

      I don’t think it’s weird. How many adults were into Harry Potter? Granted, age difference is apparent for targeted audience but I doubt that Tolstoy spent all of his waking hours studying the words of Tolstoy with opaque prefaces. Gotta get out sometimes and frolic.

  34. Ginger says:

    I have a few friends that adore Disneyland and would go with or without kids. I think it’s weird but harmless. I’ve been a few times with my son and that was a blast! I loved going there with him when it was Halloween but he was too little to go in the haunted house without it scaring him. Luckily, the grandparents were with us and watched him while my ex and I went in. I hadn’t been there since I was a child and I was mystified by all of the updates to the park. I could think of a LOT of other places I’d rather go with my hubby sans kids than Disneyland however.

  35. the original liv says:

    I grew up at Disneyland. Like a lot of SoCal kids, I regularly went to Disneyland – with friends or family. And now in my twenties, I still go to Disneyland with friends or my sister. So I don’t think it’s wired to go without kids.

  36. GoodCapon says:

    I’ve been to two Disneyland parks now: the one in CA and Hong Kong. I went with my family and IMO it’s a lot more fun when you don’t have kids to look after. It’s fun to unleash your inner child even for just a day. 😀