According to Deadline, Andrew is in talks to star in ‘We Live In Time” alongside Florence Pugh.
After setting the internet on fire Sunday when they presented at the Oscars together, Academy Award nominees Florence Pugh and Andrew Garfield have now found their own project to co-star in. Sources tell Deadline that the two are in negotiations to star in StudioCanal’s We Live In Time. John Crowley is on board to direct, with Nick Payne penning the script. StudioCanal developed the script and will produce with Sunny March.
Plot details are being kept under wraps other then it being described as a funny, deeply moving and immersive love story. Ff deals close, the plan is to shoot later this year.
Andrew attended the 95th Academy Awards last night to present the two screenplay awards with Florence Pugh. You can see images from that, along with the after parties and pre-lunches in the gallery and a video of him presenting below.
Andrew attended the Critics Choice Awards last night where he was once again nominated for an award for his performance in ‘Under the Banner of Heaven’ and unfortunately lost again. You can check out the images in the gallery.
Andrew attended the Golden Globe awards last night where he was nominated for an award for his performance in ‘Under the Banner of Heaven’. Unfortunately he didn’t win, but he looked great anyway, so check the images out!
Andrew attended the Emmy Awards last night where he was up for Best Actor in a Limited Series for his role in ‘Under the Banner of Heaven’. You can see images from the event in the gallery alng with some pre-Emmy events.
‘Spider-Man: No Way Home’ will come to theatres again on September 2 with exrtra footage. To promote the re-release, a new poster featuring Andrew has been released which you can see in the gallery. There’s also a little promotional interviw snippet which you can see below.
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