I will never get over how very very different both Emma & Andrew were during the press tours for TASM and their own movies independent from the other this year. You are so right about their adorable moments in both tours & of course I'm not going to say anything bad about 99 homes press, or Birdman or MITM, BUT, the ease, familiarity and playfulness between them during TASM is unparalleled. Hopefully one day they'll work together again. TOO much chemistry not to :)
Why do you think Andrew held her hand after he realized paparazzi was there? wouldn't he want to keep their relationship private?
Are you talking about this pic?
After 3 years of dating, I don’t think they really care about getting caught holding hands. It’s more about wanting privacy and hoping that the paps would leave them alone. Emma is clearly feeling uncomfortable, and Andrew is just holding her hand to comfort and protect her.
Indian-American producer Ashok Amritraj has decided to shift the release date of his recession drama ‘99 Homes’, starring ‘Spider-Man’ actor Andrew Garfield, to June 2015. After getting a great response at Venice and Toronto film festivals, the Ramin Bahrani-directed drama was touted as a front-runner at the Academy Awards next year but the producers decided to shift it to 2015.
"We will release the film next year in June. There is no time left for promotion if we release this year. Moreover, there are big releases already lined up for this year be it ‘Birdman’, ‘The Imitation Game’ or ‘Foxcatcher’.
"These are the biggies which will be up for this year. They are all playing trailers at theatres at this time. So, now we will start building up our trailer, website and will be in the race for Academy in 2016," Amritraj said.
hey! love your blog :) do you have the video or do you know the source of where the gif in the middle row, last column came from where he says its a fuck question? /post/50629945517/andrew-garfield-being-just-andrew-troll-russel
“I’m playing a Jesuit priest, and Adam Driver and I are brothers in the priesthood. We play these young, idealistic, hungry priests who are on a mission to bring faith to the hidden Christians of Japan during that time, that weren’t allowed to be Christians under this extremist Buddhist regime that was happening during that period — you don’t usually associate the two things. So we’re on a mission to find our old teacher who’s gone missing. It’s a rescue mission as well as a mission of faith and a mission for God. I’ve been researching a lot about what it is to be a Jesuit and it’s a very beautiful faith as far as I’m seeing. I haven’t been religious all my life, but I definitely feel a need for spirituality in my life and I’m in the process of finding out what that means for me. It’s a beautiful process to go into. It’s something I’ve been longing for all my life.”—Andrew Garfield on ‘Silence’ by Martin Scorsese (via andrewgarfielddaily)