Emma Stone and Kieran Culkin, Former Flames, Reunite Twice at Award Shows After 13 Years

Emma Stone and Kieran Culkin, Former Flames, Reunite Twice at Award Shows After 13 Years

Exes Emma Stone and Kieran Culkin enjoyed two sweet awards show reunions recently – 13 years after their split.

Stone, 35, and Culkin, 41, who both triumphed at Sunday’s Critics Choice Awards for their turns in Poor Things and Succession respectively, were seen embracing as they celebrated their wins.

The actress looked delighted as she hugged Culkin as they celebrated during the night.

The pair also reunited on January 12 at the AFI Awards Luncheon, enthusiastically greeting one another on the red carpet.

Culkin is now married to Jazz Charton, with whom he shares two children, while Stone is married to Dave McCary and the pair share daughter Louise, two.

Exes Emma Stone and Kieran Culkin enjoyed two sweet awards show reunions recently - 15 years after their split (pictured at Sunday's Critics Choice Awards)

Exes Emma Stone and Kieran Culkin enjoyed two sweet awards show reunions recently – 15 years after their split (pictured at Sunday’s Critics Choice Awards)

Stone dated Culkin for two years after working on comedy flop Paper Man with co-stars Ryan Reynolds, Jeff Daniels and Lisa Kudrow (pictured 2009)

Stone dated Culkin for two years after working on comedy flop Paper Man with co-stars Ryan Reynolds, Jeff Daniels and Lisa Kudrow (pictured 2009)

Stone dated Culkin for two years after working on comedy flop Paper Man with co-stars Ryan Reynolds, Jeff Daniels and Lisa Kudrow. 

While the film sank without trace – getting only a limited released across north America –  the former couple’s romance blossomed before finally ending in 2011. 

Culkin broke down in tears as he continued his Succession winning streak to win the Actor In A Drama series Emmy at Monday’s ceremony.

The Roman Roy actor thanked his mother Patricia ‘for giving me life’ and told wife Jazz Charton he wants more children during his emotional speech.

He said: ‘I love you all so much, especially everyone in the cast. J, Alan, Sarah, Brian, every single one I love you.

‘I’m not going to have time, I don’t want to get yelled at so… I’ve got to thank Jesse Armstrong for being a brilliant writer, showrunner and gentleman, thank you for Succession, thank you for everything.’

Kieran then fought back tears as he continued: ‘I’ve got to switch to the personal really fast. I have to thank my mom for giving me life, my childhood which was great, so thank you for that.

‘I have to thank my manager, Emily Gerson Saines, who I’ve been with about 29 years – sorry Emily, you probably didn’t want me to say the number but I did. 

‘I just have to thank you for keeping my name in the conversation when nobody else was talking about me so as far as I’m concerned this is yours.

Stone, 35, and Culkin, 41, who both triumphed at Sunday's Critics Choice Awards for their turns in Poor Things and Succession respectively, were seen embracing as they celebrated their wins

Stone, 35, and Culkin, 41, who both triumphed at Sunday’s Critics Choice Awards for their turns in Poor Things and Succession respectively, were seen embracing as they celebrated their wins

The pair also reunited on January 12 at the AFI Awards Luncheon, enthusiastically greeting one another on the red carpet

The pair also reunited on January 12 at the AFI Awards Luncheon, enthusiastically greeting one another on the red carpet

Stone dated Culkin for two years after working on comedy flop Paper Man with co-stars Ryan Reynolds, Jeff Daniels and Lisa Kudrow (pictured 2010 with Jeff Daniels)

Stone dated Culkin for two years after working on comedy flop Paper Man with co-stars Ryan Reynolds, Jeff Daniels and Lisa Kudrow (pictured 2010 with Jeff Daniels)

Culkin broke down in tears as he continued his Succession winning streak to win the Actor In A Drama series Emmy at Monday's ceremony

Culkin broke down in tears as he continued his Succession winning streak to win the Actor In A Drama series Emmy at Monday’s ceremony

The star won for his portrayal of the youngest Roy son  Roman in Succession

The star won for his portrayal of the youngest Roy son  Roman in Succession 

Culkin is now married to Jazz Charton, with whom he shares two children

Culkin is now married to Jazz Charton, with whom he shares two children 

Stone is married to Dave McCary and the pair share daughter Louise, two (pictured last week)

Stone is married to Dave McCary and the pair share daughter Louise, two (pictured last week)

‘And of course, my beautiful wife Jazz. Thank you for sharing your life with me and for giving me two amazing kids. Kinsey Sioux and Wilder Wolf, I love you so much.

He quipped: ‘And Jazz – I want more. You said maybe, if I win. I love you so much.’

Culkin beat out his Succession co-stars Brian Cox and Jeremy Strong in the category, along with Jeff Bridges – The Old Man, Bob Odenkirk – Better Call Saul and Pedro Pascal – The Last of Us.

It was a stellar night for Succession, with the drama also winning awards for Lead Actress for Sarah Snook, 36, before the series as a whole earned top honor Best Drama Series in its final season.

Emma  was one of the biggest winners of the night at the Critics Choice as she earned Best Actress for Poor Things.

The actress – who also triumphed at the Golden Globe Awards last week – was in disbelief as she won over a very stacked category which included the likes of Lily Gladstone – Killers Of The Flower Moon, Sandra Hüller – Anatomy of a Fall, Greta Lee – Past Lives, Carey Mulligan – Maestro, Margot Robbie – Barbie.

Emma Stone scored an upset win in the Best Actress category for Poor Things at the Critics Choice Awards on Sunday

Emma Stone scored an upset win in the Best Actress category for Poor Things at the Critics Choice Awards on Sunday

In Poor Things she portrays Bella Baxter/Victoria Blessington who is a woman brought back to life by the brilliant and unorthodox scientist, Dr. Godwin Baxter (played by Willem Dafoe)

In Poor Things she portrays Bella Baxter/Victoria Blessington who is a woman brought back to life by the brilliant and unorthodox scientist, Dr. Godwin Baxter (played by Willem Dafoe)

She recognized each of her competitors individually during the beginning of her acceptance speech as she said: ‘Um, I’ll be honest. I’m in full blown I didn’t have anything that I was going to say because this is completely crazy. This category is ridiculous. Lily, I mean, come on. Margot. What in the Carey. Okay. Greta and Sandra Huller. This doesn’t make any sense. 

‘Thank you so much for this. It means to such. I was being serious. I don’t know what to say. This table here is poor things table. This crew, this cast, mark, Chris, Katherine hunter, Hannah. There are so many unbelievable people I was lucky enough to work with and searchlight and Ed and Tony. That’s how we are supposed to say it to a Greek man if we are speaking to them. I love you. Thank you for everything. This is, uh, really wild.’

In Poor Things she portrays Bella Baxter/Victoria Blessington who is a woman brought back to life by the brilliant and unorthodox scientist, Dr. Godwin Baxter (played by Willem Dafoe).

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