Andrew Garfield has previously expressed his desire to see a gay Spider-Man someday, but now the 32-year-old actor is ready for a pansexual web-slinger. “I’m excited to get to the point where we don’t have to have this conversation,… The post Andrew Garfield ‘Excited’ About Possibility of a Future Pansexual Spider-Man appeared first on Towleroad.
While leaked documents revealed earlier this summer that studio executives are insistent that Spider-Man be "caucasian and heterosexual," Andrew Garfield, who played the masked hero in the two most recent films, remains unconvinced.Show More Summary
Andrew Garfield would like Donald Trump to see his upcoming film based on the American foreclosure crisis, "99 Homes." In an interview with Ricky Camilleri on "What to Watch," Garfield discussed the way Trump, known for his dealings in expensive real estate, is disconnected from the realities the movie portrays. Show More Summary
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Writer-director Ramin Bahrani’s 99 Homes was awarded the Grand Prize today at the Deauville American Film Festival. Starring Michael Shannon, Andrew Garfield and Laura Dern, the movie opens September 25 via Broad Green Pictures. In the topical thriller, Shannon plays a shrewd and ruthless businessman who makes a fortune by foreclosing on homes. Show More Summary
Playing a superhero is almost everyone’s childhood dream. Most however aren’t thinking about being sexually tolerant and racially diverse as they tie a cape around themselves. Former Amazing Spider-Man actor, Andrew Garfield, wasn’t satisfied with the web slinging character restricting himself to being a heterosexual white male. Show More Summary
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Andrew Garfield is ready for a less heteronormative Spider-Man. "I'm excited to get to the point where we don't have to have this conversation where we can have a pansexual Spider-Man," Garfield said during an interview with Mic while...Show More Summary
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Don't worry, studio executives. There could still be upside-down kissing. He and Emma Stone must talk about the deepest shit, you know? Former Spiderman and current unoppressive hunk Andrew Garfield told Mic he thinks it's time for a pansexual Spiderman. Show More Summary
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“I’m excited to get to the point where we don’t have to have this conversation.”
Andrew Garfield, former web-crawling star of the 2012 Spider-Man reboot, recently told Mic that he would love to see a pansexual portrayal of the character. Leaked documents from the film studios revealed that Spidey was stipulated to be "Caucasian and heterosexual." Apparently, though, Garfield didn't know about that stipulation when he got cast, and he's not happy about it.
The former Peter Parker actor says "everyone thinks it could be them in that suit" and wants the wall-crawler to reflect our diverse population.
The star of Sony's previous attempt at the web-slinging superhero franchise wanted his films to appeal to the young fans in all of us.
Andrew Garfield weighs in on his feelings post-"Amazing Spider-Man," and how we may be headed down a dangerous road.
Rocking long hair and a mustache, Andrew Garfield’s look as of lately brings to mind the image of a hipster. Looking for a sleek way to transform his long hairstyle, Garfield has adopted the man bun recently for formal occasions. The...Show More Summary
Andrew Garfield suits up while making an appearance on Good Morning America on Monday (September 7) in New York City. The 32-year-old actor was promoting his new film 99 Homes, in which he plays a father. Andrew recently opened up to Entertainment Tonight about how he’s always had those fatherly instincts. “I’ve always had them [...]
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