A lot has changed for Emma Stone and Jonah Hill since they starred together in "Superbad" way back in 2007, with both actors going on to work in high-profile, award-winning films. Hill has now landed two Oscar nominations (for "Moneyball" and "The Wolf of Wall Street"), while Stone scored an Academy Award nod of her own for 2014's Best Picture winner "Birdman," and is on track to win the Best Actress trophy for "La La Land" at the Oscars next month. But the two will always have their shared "Superbad" past, and the old pals got to celebrate their longtime connection this weekend at the Screen Actors Guild Awards.
As luck would have it, Hill was the presenter during Stone's category at Sunday night's SAG Awards ceremony. As the actor opened up the envelope to reveal the winner, he immediately grinned and raised his hands in excitement, gleefully shouting out Stone's name.
When the actress made it up onto the stage to accept her statuette, the pair shared a warm embrace. And after her adorable acceptance speech (in which she stumbled over her words, repeated herself, and then chastised herself out loud for her blunder), she walked off stage beside Hill, still dumbstruck, as her giddy friend wrapped his arms around her.
It was absolutely adorable, and we're so glad they could share such a big moment together. They may be fancy Academy Award nominees now, but deep down they're still the same goofy pair we fell in love with on the big screen a decade ago.
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