Before taking the stage in the press room, Golden Globe winner Amy Adams had some business to take care of: Giving fellow winner Matt Bomer a big hug.
The "Big Eyes" actress apologized for the brief delay, explaining she "was hugging Matt, because what woman wouldn't want to hug Matt."
But there was a bit of history there too.
The pair knew each other from years before when Bomer tested for the role of Superman and Adams tested for Lois Lane.
"Long before I had the opportunity to play Lois Lane," Adams explained of the role she finally won for the 2013 film "Man of Steel" and the forthcoming "Batman v. Superman: Dawn of Justice" movie.
Bomer, meanwhile, received the Golden Globe for supporting actor in a series, miniseries or motion picture made for television for his turn in "The Normal Heart."
"I'm just so happy for him," Adams said.
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