Well it appears Andrew Garfield has moved on from Ryan Reynolds. The two were caught sharing a kiss during The Golden Globes on Sunday after Reynolds lost to Ryan Gosling.
Garfield recently appeared on The Late Show with Stephen Colbert to promote his new Martin Scorsese film, Silence, for which he was also nominated. Of course, it took no time at all for Colbert to bring up the viral kiss. Garfield explained that he was just consoling his friend with a kiss to which Colbert asked if kissing men was just something he was comfortable with.
"I don’t even understand the question," Garfield responded nonchalantly.
Colbert agreed and the two quickly proved it, sharing a tender kiss on live television to cheering and applause. After a short pause, Colbert’s face looked about how anyone would after such a kiss with such a guy. So he went in for an encore, kissing him again, met with blushing and laughter.
Kudos to Garfield and Colbert for demonstrating a world without stigmas. If that innocent smooch doesn’t pull a block out of the Jenga wall of the social construct that is masculinity, what will?
Garfield went on to discuss his upbringing. Although his parents were not religious, he found himself idolizing Ghandi at an early age. His mother raised him to practice unconditional love, which led to a pretty adorable encounter with a grade school bully.
"Hurt people hurt people," Garfield said, quoting his mother. "People who are hurt hurt other people."
Watch Garfield’s appearance on The Late Show with Stephen Colbert, below: