Channing Tatum and Jonah Hill are here, in Ireland, right now!
They're on Irish soil to promote their upcoming comedy 22 Jump Street and they've been on a bit of a tour, and we've been following right along.
First, the pair stopped by Trinity College to pick up a special Bram Stoker Award. The award recognises imaginative works, which we presume mean thegreat contribution they've made through their film work. The engraved medals with each of their names were presented to Tatum and Hill by Sarah Mortell - the president of the Dublin University Philosophical society.
They stopped for some photo ops under the Trinty archway in the heart of Dublin and it wasn't just because they were accepting an award, there's a connection to their new movie too. That's because 22 Jump Street sees the two actor playing youthful looking cops who are tasked with infiltrating a university to uncover a drug ring.
After the photo op, Tatum and Hill sped across the road to the Screen Cinema on Townsend street, which has been specially dressed for the occaison. They posed with a Lamborghini and met hordes of screaming fans. It was basically madness - with tons of young folks and lots of shoving.
Then the pair popped inside the cinema for a special Q&A about the film - hosted by Trinity College. We didn't get access to this event but Sony Pictures has promised to get the video up as soon as possible.
After a day of press, they'll both be appearing on the Late Late Show on RTE One from 9.35 tonight.
22 Jump Street is in cinemas from the 6th of June 2014.