Ryan Gosling and Emma Stone’s handprints were immortalised at an imprint ceremony on Wednesday (12.07.16).
The ‘La La Land’ stars were joined by their family and friends as they took part in the ceremony at Hollywood’s TCL Chinese Theatre and Emma couldn’t quite believe all that was happening.
She told the crowd: "I thought that maybe this was kind of a thing where you come and you put your handprints in the cement, and then they take them away and they put them up somewhere. I was just told that they’re going to stay here. I cried a little bit inside – I mean, I cried outside, but it was inside [the theatre]."
Afterwards, Ryan took to the stage to the cheers of the audience, which he quipped was just "his mom and her friends".
He shared: "That’s my mom and her friends. I told them not to come, but they insisted … We had an opportunity to shoot in most of Los Angeles’ most iconic locations except for this. So this is the final piece to the puzzle. It’s a beautiful way to end this experience."
Meanwhile, Emma previously gushed about the team who worked on ‘La La Land’, dubbing them like a team of "worker chickens".
She said: "There are worker chickens and super chickens. They did this study, and the worker chickens, by the end of it, had gotten all this stuff done. But the super chickens, all but three had pecked each other to death.
"I guess I relate to that in the sense that it feels good for me to collaborate with people and be in a community. It’s hard for me to be, like, this sole person doing something. [With] theatre or something like ‘La La Land,’ we all were such a team the whole time. Is this a really weird roundabout discussion? I’m not a super chicken!"