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Ryan Gosling, Mikey Day’s Beavis and Butt-Head Attend The Fall Guy Premiere

It looks like Ryan Gosling and Mikey Day have reprized their iconic Beavis and Butthead characters sooner than fans probably expected.

The actor was joined by the Saturday Night Live star Tuesday night at the Los Angeles premiere of Gosling’s latest film, The guy who falls just in time.

After the barbie The star first hit the red carpet in a mint green Gucci suit with co-star Emily Blunt, Gosling returned later – but this time with a slightly different look.

Gosling and Day posed for photos as they portrayed Beavis and Butt-Head, the main characters of the hit ’90s adult animated series. Gosling was seen wearing a blonde wig and a blue shirt with the words “Death Rock,” and Day wore a gray shirt with the word “Skull.”

The duo debuted the characters during a sketch on SNL on April 13, when the The The Earth The actor hosted the sketch show for the third time. The sketch instantly became a hit with fans, garnering over 13 million views on YouTube alone.

In the original sketch, SNL Cast member Heidi Gardner played a news anchor interviewing a professor (Kenan Thompson) about the dangers of artificial intelligence. But Thompson’s character had trouble focusing on their conversation because he was constantly distracted by two audience members, Dean (Gosling) and Jeff (Day), who bore a striking resemblance to the ’90s cartoon characters. However, Jeff and Dean insisted they didn’t know they looked like Beavis and Butt-Head, respectively.

During the sketch, when Gardner first turned to address Gosling and then Day, she completely broke character, creating an even more memorable moment. The nice guys The actor also struggled to hold back his laughter throughout the sketch.

The guy who falls just in time hits theaters on May 3.

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