Though the conversation mainly focuses on Andrew Garfield’s role in Breathe, he also spoke about his other roles and experiences as an actor.
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“I have trepidation of doing anything, acting wise. I have a healthy dose of anxiety.” – Andrew Garfield
“I want to know everything about everything, and that’s not possible and it won’t be possible.” – Andrew Garfield
A desperate construction worker (Andrew Garfield) reluctantly accepts a job with the ruthless real-estate broker (Michael Shannon) who evicted him and his family from their home.
Andrew Garfield on Working with Philip Seymour Hoffman, The Reaction to Amazing Spider-Man 2, and Balancing His Career
It’s no longer a surprise to see Andrew Garfield go from starring in a blockbuster…
Andrew Garfield decided to use his time off from playing Spider-Man to star in the…
If you have yet to hear about this Andrew Garfield fellow, you obviously haven’t been paying attention to the significant coverage of his starring role in Broadway’s recent revival of Death of a Salesman and the even bigger coverage of his turn as Peter Parker in The Amazing Spider-Man.
Andrew Garfield, who just finished his Tony nominated run on Broadway in Death of a Salesman, recently spoke about his nomination and gearing up for the release of his new movie, The Amazing Spider-Man.
Linda Emond on her ‘Death of a Salesman’ Role: “It really is a process for me of digging and saying those words and trying to find out who that person is”
Linda Emond, who stars as Linda Loman, has received great reviews for her challenging role. In an interview, Emond explains how she got the role and how she developed her interpretation of the tragic character.
Perhaps ten or twenty years ago it would’ve been quite a shock for an actor…
In a recent interview on The Ellen DeGeneres Show, actor Andrew Garfield revealed he doesn’t wear anything underneath his Spidey suit.
Andrew Garfield: “You just have to just keep your head down and work as hard as you can on whatever you’re working on”
Though Andrew Garfield is best known for his film roles — after all, he’s going to be splashed across multiplexes in red and blue tights later this year in The Amazing Spider-Man — he maintains a passion for theater, pointing out, “There’s something pure about working on a play, in my experience.”
Garfield opened up about the preparation he underwent before filming and how he plans to come to terms with the significant fame he’ll doubtlessly receive once it appears in theaters.
Prior to 2 weeks ago, I had never seen Andrew Garfield in anything. Now, having seen his work in Never Let Me Go and The Social Network, I’m on the bandwagon. The guy is just plain great.