Emma Stone couldn't believe that her ex-boyfriend Andrew Garfield sneakily kissed Ryan Reynolds during the 2017 Golden Globes on Sunday, January 8.The actress, 26, found out about the funny moment (which you can relive in the video above) backstage during a joint interview with her La La Land costar Ryan Gosling.It’s a film critics have called an audacious triumph, with 94% positive reviews on aggregate site Rotten Tomatoes.“A clear favorite in the Oscar best-picture race, , a tap-infused ballroom dance number, shot in an uninterrupted six-minute take on a city-gazing hilltop.Emma and Ryan have a long working relationship, having worked together previously – as love interests – in Gangster Squad and Crazy Stupid Love.In fact, sources way back then had said that Emma had been trying to get with Ryan Gosling initially, but moved on to Andrew Garfield before anything happened between them.Maybe he's got a magic spell on him," Stone laughed while trying to explain her other half's charm. His aura is purple." -- which made for an easy transition into their latest collaboration, .
#Golden Globes A video posted by Entertainment Tonight (@entertainmenttonight) on Reynolds, 40, and Garfield, 33, decided to smooch after the Deadpool actor lost to Gosling in the Best Performance by an Actor in a Motion Picture — Musical or Comedy category.
They both previously co-starred in recently spoke with Emma at the annual Oscars Lunch about—what else? Surprisingly, she did not pass out when first seeing him (as the rest of us would).
"We met in the audition for also asked what it's like to work with Gosling, and Stone gushed, saying, he's "always so much fun, so easy to work with." (Those Twizzlers he always carries around probably help.)Emma wouldn't confirm if the duo has future plans to work together, but we can only hope.
Even then, directors Glenn Ficarra and John Requa knew they had found something special, singling out the scene where Stone and Gosling's characters begin to fall in love as their favorite in the film.
"Emma and Ryan had crazy chemistry and love for each other in real life," they said, "and get on like a house on fire." "Emma Stone is just, like, constantly opening Christmas presents," Gosling put it at the time. As soon as she signed on to the film, I knew it was going to be good." Stone echoed a similar sentiment during the film's junket, explaining, "He's so genuinely funny and such a good--" She paused.