Liam Hemsworth has reportedly asked fiancée Miley Cyrus to leave the set of his new movie because she is too much of a distraction for the young actor.
Hemsworth is busy filming "Paranoia" in Philadelphia and has asked that Cyrus move back to Los Angeles so that he can focus on his work.
"Miley is driving Liam crazy at the moment. While he's on set in Philadelphia shooting his new film 'Paranoia,' she gallivants around town shopping, getting pampered in nail salons, and just can't sit still," a source told Radar Online.
The couple has been together for nearly two years and got engaged in June of this year. Both have established careers and maintain very public lives. No date has been set for the wedding, though friends believe it will be sooner rather than later.
"They are both mature and ready for this," a friend told Us Weekly.
Yet there is obviously discord on the set of "Paranoia," at least according to several sources.
"With the early starts and late finishes, all Liam wants to do is rest, go through his script so he's ready for his role and order a takeout or go for a quiet dinner. But Miley wants to go to the local gay bars and hit up fancy restaurants, which Liam just isn't in the mood for," one source told Radar Online.
Hemsworth starred in "The Hunger Games" and has attempted to build his career with several films. Cyrus, for her part, released the single "Morning Sun" last month and will next star in "Family Bond," playing the role of a 16-year-old girl who joins her unknown father to find her missing mother.
"It doesn't help that Miley brought along their bulldog, Ziggy, for the trip," the insider added. "Liam can't get a good night's sleep with Ziggy snoring next to him. So, Liam's told Miley that he's in Philadelphia to work and focus and can't focus with her buzzing around him. He even suggested perhaps it was time for her to go back home."