Ben Affleck surprises Matt Damon at the Golden Globes and people can’t get enough of their bromance

Ben Affleck and Matt Damon's friendship is the gift that keeps on giving.
The two Hollywood stars have been friends since they were young, and it's evident that several years on, they're still as close as ever.

A host of A-listers attended last night's Golden Globes (January 7), including Affleck's wife Jennifer Lopez, who shared a sweet moment with Marvel star Brie Larson as she fan-girled over the singer.

But it was a heartwarming moment between Affleck and Damon that people were particularly loving, as the Justice League actor surprised Damon at his table.

In the clip doing the rounds on social media, Damon is deep in conversation with his wife Luciana Barroso, when his pal Affleck casually walked up and took a seat.

Not knowing he was there, Damon looked rounded and burst into laughter as he realized who it was.

He then wrapped his arm around Affleck and the two actors shared a hug.

Fans of the celebrity pair have gone wild for the cute moment as they gushed about their bromance.

"Best bromance in Hollywood," wrote one person.

"It must be awesome to have a true friend from back then before all the madness happened. I‘m happy for Matt & Ben. That’s so real & rare in Hollywood," said another.

A third went on: "There should be an award for best friendship in movie industry."

Others compared Affleck and Damon as being 'like brothers' - and I'm sure they'd agree.

The two A-listers are that close that at one stage of their friendship, they even shared a bank account.

At the beginning of their careers, Affleck and Damon - who met at high school - teamed up together and took out a shared checking account to make sure they could both make ends meet.
They both contributed to it whenever they got an acting gig.

"It was unusual, but we needed the money for auditions," Damon previously recalled on The Bill Simmons Podcast.

"[It was] a weird thing in retrospect."

Affleck went on to add: "We were going to help each other and be there for each other.

"It was like, ‘You’re not going to be alone. I’m not going to be alone. Let’s go out there and do this together'."

The duo then hit the big time in 1997 after writing Good Will Hunting together, which won a host of awards the following year - including a Golden Globe for Best Screenplay.

Over two decades later, the pair have gone on to become two of the biggest names in Hollywood (*wipes tear from eye*).

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