The 2005 film The Sisterhood of the Traveling Pants may have formed a sacred bond between actresses Amber Tamblyn and Blake Lively, but it looks like their husbands might be even closer than the former costars.
Tamblyn, 30, spoke with Us Weekly at the 10 Years After The Prime Time Closet -- A History of Gays and Lesbians on TV in the Leonard H. Goldenson Theater in North Hollywood about her husband David Cross and his close friendship with Lively's hubby Ryan Reynolds.
"I mean we'll be on text chains the four of us, and Blake and I will get like one word in to all of their jokes," she revealed.
The Two and a Half Men actress has dreams of Cross, 49, and Reynolds, 37, making a Traveling Pants spoof.
"Oh that's happening! They have been in love with the idea for a long time," she told Us. "I think Ryan wants to literally share a pair of pants with him so he's in one leg and David's in the other. They're just really in love."
Tamblyn thinks she and Lively, 26, will soon be left spouse-less.
"They're going end up together," she joked. "Blake and I are going to end up sad and they're going to end up together. That's what's going to happen. I can foresee it."'
Lively and Reynolds married in a secret ceremony on Sept. 9, 2012 and the next month Tamblyn married Cross with all of her Sisterhood costars present.