• Mark Ruffalo and Jennifer Garner's "Thriller" moves steal the show
  • They reenact the famous '13 Going on 30' dance scene
  • During Ruffalo's at Walk of Fame ceremony

Hollywood was buzzing with nostalgia as Mark Ruffalo and Jennifer Garner turned back the clock, busting out their legendary "Thriller" dance moves at Ruffalo's Hollywood Walk of Fame induction ceremony. The dynamic duo, who stole our hearts in the 2004 hit '13 Going on 30,' proved that some things—like killer dance routines—just get better with time!

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Garner, the beloved 'Alias' alum, graced the podium not just to deliver a speech but to join Ruffalo in a spontaneous re-creation of the film's iconic dance sequence. The crowd went wild as they witnessed the rom-com magic come alive, right after Ruffalo's star was unveiled on the prestigious boulevard.

Mark Ruffalo Honored With Star On The Hollywood Walk Of Fame

Jennifer Garner: A tribute to Mark's softer side

But Garner didn't stop at just dancing; she was there to shine a light on "rom-com Ruffalo," celebrating the softer side of the actor known for his Hulk-smashin' performances. With a twinkle in her eye, Garner reminisced about the impact of '13 Going on 30," a film so beloved that it inspires Halloween costumes years later. She even gave a shout-out to Ruffalo's other leading ladies, including Reese Witherspoon and Jennifer Aniston, joking about his "scruffy hair" and "untucked cute button-down" that set the standard for heartthrobs everywhere.

The actress playfully teased Ruffalo about his initial trepidation towards the "Thriller" dance, recalling his journey from shock to anxiety to nearly dropping out. But it was all in good fun, as Garner went on to laud Ruffalo's vulnerability and authenticity, calling working with him a labor of love.

Wrapping up her tribute with a cheeky nod to the dance that started it all, Garner congratulated Ruffalo, declaring the world, including herself, lucky to claim him. It was a celebration of talent, friendship, and the timeless charm of rom-coms.