Emma Stone and Jonah Hill's Sweet 'Superbad' Moment and 6 Other Epic Reunions at the 2017 SAG Awards

By
This year's Screen Actors Guild Awards was a night of passion, politics, emotions, surprises and even some awesome cast reunions! Here are some of our favorite moments where former co-stars reconnected during the night's star-studded show.
1. Superbad
Photo: Getty Images
After Emma Stone's super sweet (but nervous) acceptance speech left her a bit frazzled, her Superbad co-star Jonah Hill couldn't help but laugh as he escorted her backstage with a comforting arm around her shoulder.
Photo: Getty Images
2. The Help
Photo: Getty Images
Stone also reunited with her former The Help co-star, Octavia Spencer, while Bryce Dallas Howard and Viola Davis were all smiles as they posed together on the red carpet.
Photo: Getty Images
3. Arrested Development

Tony Hale, Jeffrey Tambor and Alia Shawkat -- who starred as Buster Bluth, George (and Oscar) Bluth, and Maeby Funke on the cult classic sitcom -- snapped a selfie together inside the show, which Hale captioned, "Bluth Buddies 2017."
4. 9 to 5
Photo: Getty Images
Dolly Parton presented her 9 to 5 co-star, Lily Tomlin, with a Lifetime Achievement award during the show. Their fellow 9 to 5 star, Jane Fonda, was also scheduled to present, but she had to pull out at the last minute after getting sick.
5. The Devil Wears Prada
Photo: Getty Images
While they might have had a chilly relationship in director David Frankel's 2006 comedy, The Devil Wear Prada, Meryl Streep and Emily Blunt were beaming as they reconnected at this year's show.
6. Doubt
Photo: Getty Images
Steep had another run-in with a former co-star when she came across Viola Davis, who took home a SAG Award on Sunday for her supporting role in Fences. The two acclaimed actresses appeared opposite one another in the gritty 2008 drama Doubt. Although, to be fair, Meryl Streep's been in so many films it's practically a reunion every time she shakes someone's hand at one of these shows.
7. Bachelorette
Photo: Getty Images
James Marsden and Kirsten Dunst, who once hooked up on screen in the underappreciated 2012 comedy Bachelorette, smiled for the cameras as they stood near the foot of the stage inside the Shrine Auditorium.