'The Amazing Spider-Man 2: Rise of Electro' co-stars, who have been dating since 2011, squirmed in their seats when they appeared on 'The Ellen DeGeneres Show' yesterday (03.04.14) with their co-star Jamie Foxx, who also joked about their real life relationship and sleeping arrangements during filming.
He asked the couple: ''What do you guys do? I mean do you guys stay in separate rooms or ... I've been wanting to know this for a while. I've been wanting to know what do you guys do?'
''I ain't trying to get in your business. I just wanna know what y'all do.''
Andrew tried to brush it off with a joke, replying: ''Here's the thing, you know the answer to that because we've been sharing the same bedroom.''
Ellen quipped: ''Oh, it's you two. I see,'' adding, ''You're the couple that everybody talks about.''
The talk show host also commented about their ''great chemistry'' and Emma laughed before moving on to talk about the movie.
She said: ''I think it was even more fun the second time around, just because, I don't know, everyone got to know each other obviously very well [on the first film]. It's a lot of fun and the script was great.''
Jamie shook his head and joked: ''Everybody got to know each other.''
The trio then participated in a game of 'I Have Never' and Andrew admitted he's had a one-night stand, while Emma and Jamie held up signs saying they've never had a random fling.
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