Evictors assemble. Here’s the final trailer for 99 Homes, the topical thriller starring Michael Shannon as Rick Carver, a ruthless Florida real estate magnate who kicks Dennis Nash (Andrew Garfield) out of his house before the jobless single father can battle the bank that has cheated him. Show More Summary
Hmmm. Andrew Garfield is really letting us know how he feels about adjusting to being in the public eye while promoting his new flick 99 Homes — and it is quite inneresting! We knew the interview was going to be different when it starts with the actor saying: "Why the fck am I doing this? Coming in today [...]
?"Why the fuck am I doing this?" ? That's the question Andrew Garfield asked during an interview with Vulture reporter Kyle Buchanan while promoting his latest film "99 Homes," about a father who struggles to get back the home his family...Show More Summary
The Spider-Man star says he feels "insecure and scared" and has lost sense of who he is.
Andrew Garfield, Vince Vaughn, Sam Worthington, Luke Bracey, Teresa Palmer, and Rachel Griffiths are all cast in this upcoming directorial effort from Mel Gibson. Controversy... [Continue Reading]
Andrew Garfield has developed a habit of giving incredibly honest interviews. Outside of maybe Helen Mirren, I can't think of any celebrity right now who has less of a filter with reporters. However, unlike Helen Mirren, his words don't...
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"Why the fuck am I doing this?" Andrew Garfield said, agitated. He was sitting in front of me in a nicely appointed Beverly Hills hotel room, recalling the feeling of dread he'd felt that morning as he faced a long day of press to promote his new film 99 Homes. "Coming... More »
Boy, that last Spider-Man franchise went off the rails quickly, huh? Just two movies in and pfffffft. Even star Andrew Garfield apologized for his lackluster performance as the friendly neighborhood web-slinger. Maybe what the series...Show More Summary
Bette Midler, Andrew Garfield, George Clooney, and a host of other celebrities joined Jimmy Kimmel this week for a live rendition of his fan-favorite segment #MeanTweets. Hear what horrible and hilarious things Twitter has to say about Hollywood… The post Bette Midler, Andrew Garfield, and Other Celebs Read Mean Tweets Live: WATCH appeared first on Towleroad.
The ‘Spider-Man’ actor plays a blue-collar worker struggling through the housing crisis in ‘99 Homes.’ He talks American exceptionalism and why celebrity culture is a lie.
No Russian-accented Paul Gimatti, though. :(
In this exclusive "99 Homes" clip, you get to see Andrew Garfield round up a crew to help him shovel human feces from a home whose evicted family backed up the septic tank before vacating. It's the first sign that his character, a struggling...Show More Summary
Benedict Cumberbatch, Liam Neeson and both Spider-Men (Tobey Maguire and Andrew Garfield) also get in on the joke The post The Rock, George Clooney, Emily Blunt and More Read Mean Tweets appeared first on ComingSoon.net.
"Is Andrew Garfield trying to do his utter best to look like a pedophile who lives in an RV?"
This week on "Jimmy Kimmel Live!" audiences have been treated to a special rendition of "Mean Tweets" done live. Guests like Kristen Bell, Benedict Cumberbatch, Bette Middler, Salma Hayek and more have read aloud the nasty things people...Show More Summary
We made Andrew Garfield choose between James Bond and Jason Bourne, NSYNC and the Spice Girls, and more in an exciting game of "This or That."
Devoting a whole week to one of it's most popular segments, "Jimmy Kimmel Live!" welcomed Emily Blunt, Salma Hayek, Jack Black and Andrew Garfield to read some of the not-so-nice things fans had to say about them. Kicking off the segment...Show More Summary
No one wants to work on Labor Day, so when I sat down with Andrew Garfield at a Manhattan coffee shop, I wasn't expecting much. I was wrong. What unfolded during our 25-minute conversation was a typhoon of well-considered reflections on celebrity culture. Show More Summary
Twitter is a scary place