As part of the promotion for their new movie, Life, actors Ryan Reynolds and Jake Gyllenhaal sat down with WIRED for a hilarious “autocomplete" interview in which they answered Google’s most-asked questions about themselves.

Jake Gyllenhaal’s web searches paint him in a pretty great light — we learn that he went to Columbia, he does he own stunts and that people really want his hair. Reynolds, on the other hand, doesn’t fare too well. People seem to think that he’s missing a tooth, and ask if he’s mean.

However, the most important thing we learn is that Ryan Reynolds has also never heard Migos's “Bad and Boujee.” Gyllenhaal previously got some heat for not knowing the song, after cameras caught him looking very confused during Donald Glover’s Golden Globes shout out.

Reynolds, however, takes it one step further. He confuses the group's name with the song title, referring to “Bad and Boujee” as “the Atlanta band.” Watch the full video above.

In other movies news, you can now watch the first five brutal minutes of Ghost in the Shell.

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