In my mind, Andrew Garfield and Idina Menzel are two of the most respected talents in the business.
Not only are they both incredibly good at their crafts, but they're hard-workers, incredibly devoted and, seemingly, kind individuals.
So, when I saw they were going to be participating in "Teenage War," a movie written exclusively by children, I knew it was going to be good.
While visiting the "Late Show" recently, Andrew and Idina joined Priyanka Chopra, John Oliver and John Malkovich on screen for the teen-drama, action, comedy movie -- LOL.
Needless to say, the script and storyline was mostly jumbled, a little inconceivable and absolutely hilarious.
It was hilarious, unexpected and totally overshadowed Ryan Gosling's big moment -- since the smooch happened right behind his head as he was about to accept his award.
Here's a refresher.
Well now, Andrew has taken the time to explain exactly what happened.
Apparently, Andrew and Ryan Reynolds were planning on kissing if Ryan won for "Deadpool." The plan was for Ryan to go toward wife Blake Lively for a kiss, and then swerve at the last moment toward Andrew.
But, when Ryan Reynolds lost to Ryan Gosling, the duo decided to go for the kiss anyway -- LOL.
Like most of us, "Late Show" host Stephen Colbert was left with one question -- "Why?" So, during Andrew's most recent visit to the show, he decided to get the inside scoop on the two movie stars' lovey-dovey encounter.
Turns out, it all had to do with Ryan losing Best Actor in a Comedy or Musical to Ryan Gosling.
"I just wanted Ryan to know that I loved him no matter whether he won or lost," Andrew said. "I just wanted him to know that it doesn't matter [if you win or lose], it's how you play the game. He showed up, he gave his all, it doesn't change anything in my heart."
Hey, I'm into it.
Oh, and then Stephen and Andrew shared a kiss of their own.
Recently W Magazine gathered together an all-star cast of Hollywood celebrities to improvise the 1979 hit "I Will Survive" -- and it was awesome.
Among those channeling their inner Gloria Gaynor were Emma Stone, Natalie Portman, Andrew Garfield, Michelle Williams, Chris Pine, Hailee Steinfeld, Dakota Fanning, Amy Adams, Taraji P. Henson, Felicity Jones, Matthew McConaughey and more.
While most spoke the song's lyrics, some decided to put their own spin on the classic track's musicality. Among my personal favorites were Emma Stone and Taraji P. Henson, who really want all out.
There were a lot of memorable moments at the 74th Annual Golden Globe Awards.
I mean, "La La Land" won in every category it was nominated in, Meryl Streep was honored with the prestigious Cecil B. DeMille Award and the show's opening number was the best I've seen in years -- it was a good time.
But, a memorable moment that you may have missed happened while Ryan Gosling was accepting his award for Best Actor in a Musical or Comedy. If you look closely behind the "La La Land" star as he walks up the stairs, you'll see Ryan Reynolds and Andrew Garfield kissing in the background.
LOL, there's no explanation, but it's awesome.
During a recent interview with W Magazine, the "Hacksaw Ridge" actor was asked to reveal his favorite birthday. He proceeded to tell a story about his 29th birthday, when he, Emma and a few of their friends went to Disneyland after indulging in a few edibles.
"My 29th birthday, weirdly, was perfect, it was Heaven," he said. "I'm just going to tell you this straight up... We went to Disneyland and we ate pot brownies. It was literally Heaven."
Hey, to each his own -- right?
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