Ex Spider-Man star Andrew Garfield just can’t seem to stop making out with men. On Sunday, the actor upstaged the Golden Globes this week when he was puposely caught on camera smooching Ryan Reynolds.
He was asked about the kiss by Stephen Colbert on The Late Show.
“I just wanted Ryan to know that I loved him no matter if he won or lost. I wanted him to know it’s how you play the game, it doesn’t matter, he showed up and gave it all and it doesn’t change anything in my heart. I just wanted him to know I love him very much.”
Colbert then asked if he was “comfortable kissing other men”
“I don’t even understand the question.”
The pair then shared a passionate kiss as the audience cheered.
Garfield has spoken out after hacked emails from the Sony film studio revealed that all variants of Spider-Man are contractually banned from having same-sex romances under strict Marvel Comics licensing rules. The guidelines state that the Spider-Man character must be straight until Marvel decides otherwise.
“I’m excited to get to the point where we don’t have to have this conversation, where we can have a pansexual Spider-Man. The richness of the world we’re in, the diversity of the world we’re in; you look at the animal kingdom and you see it reflected.
You look all over… what are we so scared of? Why are we so, ‘No, it has to be this way, a man and a woman.’ Why is that even a conversation?”