Ryan Gosling is so hot, he’s got hetero men playing for both teams now.



Andrew Garfield stopped by “The Tonight Show With Jay Leno” on Friday to promote his new flick, The Amazing Spider-Man, but he ended up promoting his man-crush on Ryan Gosling instead.



“I think that Ryan Gosling, gah you’re making me blush,” Garfield tells Leno

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Ryan Gosling is so hot, he’s got hetero men playing for both teams now.



Andrew Garfield stopped by “The Tonight Show With Jay Leno” on Friday to promote his new flick, The Amazing Spider-Man, but he ended up promoting his man-crush on Ryan Gosling instead.



“I think that Ryan Gosling, gah you’re making me blush,” Garfield tells Leno

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Andrew Garfield Calls Ryan Gosling A 'Dreamboat'

July 2, 2012 By:

Ryan Gosling is so hot, he’s got hetero men playing for both teams now.

Andrew Garfield stopped by “The Tonight Show With Jay Leno” on Friday to promote his new flick, The Amazing Spider-Man, but he ended up promoting his man-crush on Ryan Gosling instead.

“I think that Ryan Gosling, gah you’re making me blush,” Garfield tells Leno, “[Gosling’s] just a dreamboat, it’s undebatable, he’s just stunning, not only physically, but in terms of talent, there’s just a general sex appeal that he has.”

On this, the girls in the audience erupted into fits of screaming, it was like the midnight showing of Magic Mike.

Other brilliant one-liners from the charming British actor included how much he hated suiting up for his role as Spider-Man.

“It’s spandex,” says Garfield of his spidey-suit, “but who wants to hear an actor complain about being Spider-Man? But it sucks to wear spandex. It's difficult to use the restroom, it’s not designed for human use. I had to rip it off in a rage to go to the restroom.”

Oh and just like any good celebrity nowadays, Andrew Garfield was also bullied as a child. How cliché.

“Between the ages of 6 and 12, I experienced bullying,” was all he would reveal about that harrowing experience.

To get in sync with his Spider-Man role, Andrew channeled the movement and habits of spiders, a technique he picked up when he went to drama school for college. He says those acting classes trained him to inspire your human characters with animal qualities, so what animal did Garfield choose back at his university acting days?

“I studied a slow loris, it literally looks like it’s moving in slow motion.”

When Leno asked him why he wanted to mimic the slow moving creature, he responded, “I don’t know, I just thought it was adorable.”