Fresh off the news that Andrew will star in ‘Instrumental’, Variety reports that Andrew is set to star in yet another project.
Jessica Chastain and Andrew Garfield are on board to star in the Fox Searchlight biopic “The Eyes of Tammy Faye” with “The Big Sick” director Michael Showalter on board to helm.
Based on the documentary “The Eyes of Tammy Faye,” directed by Fenton Bailey and Randy Barbato from World of Wonder, the film tells the extraordinary and outlandish rise, fall and redemption of televangelists Jim and Tammy Faye Bakker, played by Garfield and Chastain. In the 1970s and ’80s, Tammy Faye and Jim rose from humble beginnings to create the world’s largest religious broadcasting network and a theme park, and were revered for their message of love, acceptance and prosperity. Tammy Faye was legendary for her indelible eyelashes, her idiosyncratic singing, and her eagerness to embrace people from all walks of life. However, it wasn’t long before financial improprieties, scheming rivals, and sexual scandal tore their marriage apart and toppled their carefully constructed empire.
According to Deadline, Andrew is set to star in a drama called ‘Instrumental’.
Hacksaw Ridge star Andrew Garfield is teaming up with Oscar-winner James Marsh (The Theory Of Everything) for drama biopic Instrumental, which is due to get underway in the UK later this year.
Based on internationally acclaimed concert pianist James Rhodes’ bestselling memoir, the project is being produced by Debra Hayward (Les Misérables) and Alison Owen’s (Suffragette) Monumental Pictures. Garfield will star as Rhodes.
Rhodes’ memoir reveals how music saved his life after he suffered sexual abuse as a pupil at his all-boys junior school. The pianist prodigy suffered mentally as well as physically, including spinal damage, eating disorders and PTSD, while his abuser died before he could appear in court. Monumental previously beat out U.S. and UK companies for rights to the story.
You all remember that update about Andrew being on the James Corden Show, right? Well, I have added some more episode stills to the gallery along with a new photoshoot and you can now see the interview video as well.
Andrew was on The Late Late Show with James Corden a few days ago in a skecth about ‘Game of Thrones’ casting calls. You can see the video of that below and screencaps and stills in the gallery along with some photoshoot, magazines and event updates. So check them all out! And as you have probably noticed, the site has moved to a new address – andrew-garfield.net, so update your bookmakrs.
According to Playbill, ‘Angels in America’ in which Andrew played Prior Walter on the West End and Broadway recently, will become an audiobook featuring the Broadway cast.
The full Broadway cast of the 2018 Tony-winning revival of Tony Kushner’s Angels in America: A Gay Fantasia on National Themes will be heard on an upcoming audiobook adaptation—the first time the Pulitzer Prize-winning masterwork will be available in that format.
Penguin Random House Audio will release the recording digitally and on CD May 14, according to Variety.
Andrew gave a new interview for the ‘Independent’ while promoting ‘Under the Silver Lake’. You can check that out here and some highlights below.
Speak to anyone who knows Garfield and they will attest to his passion, his determination to work harder. “I take my job incredibly seriously,” he says, “and I am very strong willed, strongly opinionated, and I love nothing more than being with a filmmaker and people that I trust that I can give myself to.” While shooting The Social Network (2010), for which he was nominated for a Golden Globe, he says he once had a disagreement with its director David Fincher “and David won the argument, because he’s far smarter than me and more brilliant”. “But then on every film,” he adds, “I’m not an easy ride.”
For someone so ebullient, it’s surprising how much Garfield hates fame. Questions about his private life – including his recent relationship with singer Rita Ora – are a no-go, for instance, and he’s not on social media. “Well, not really,” he says. “I have… a confession. On Twitter, I have an account that I use to follow news and certain people. I don’t have an official account or anything like that but I use it because I like to know what’s going on. But it gets so addictive.” Like a voyeur? “Yeah, I suppose. I’m not participating but I’m just kind of watching. People are very funny on it too – like Rob Delaney.”
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