Andrew Garfield has declared that Ryan Gosling is perfect, and also hinted that he may have stolen one of his Spider-Man costumes.
The British star and his girlfriend Emma Stone were quizzed on any low points regarding handsome actor Ryan.
Far from badmouthing the Hollywood hunk, who has starred as Emma's love interest in numerous films, Andrew had only good things to say.
"He is a team player, he is perfect," Andrew gushed when Radio 1 Breakfast Show host Scott Mills asked him to dish the dirt on Ryan.
"Just leave him alone, let him be him," Emma chimed in with a giggle.
The lovebirds then went on to embarrass each other by bringing up past acting jobs, before they both found fame.
"You have a great commercial story," Emma laughed, prompting her 30-year-old beau to divulge his embarrassing tale.
"Thanks for bringing that up! When I first left drama school I was taking anything, any bone I was thrown. And one of those bones just happened to be a Doritos commercial, in España. Never seen here! It's not a bad gig; it's an absolutely legitimate gig. I had to play air guitar with a Dorito as a plectrum," he laughed.
The couple are currently starring alongside each other in The Amazing Spider-Man 2. Talking about when she first saw the completed movie, Emma confessed that the special effects left her feeling a little queasy.
"I just saw it for the first time actually a couple of days ago myself. I saw it in IMAX 3D and I also felt sick... with the swinging. Because you feel like you are also swinging. No, I mean that in a really positive way. If you want to know what it feels like to be Spider-Man, and you watch the movie, you feel like you are literally riding on his back," Emma explained.
Andrew takes on the web-throwing superhero once more, relishing the chance to don the famous spider suit again.
Describing it as "very snug", Andrew laughed that wearing the hero's costume felt like he was on an extended Halloween. He also suggested that one of his screen outfits may have left the set with him.
"I may have stolen one, and it may be in my luggage. It may be in my hotel luggage, it may even be in my backpack in the car. It's possible, I'm not going to confirm or deny it," he teased.
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