Emma Stone and Andrew Garfield say “hello” to onlookers as they walk through New York City’s West Village neighborhood // February 28, 2013
You look fantastic. What are you wearing?
“It was like I woke up when she came in. She was the last person to screen-test, and I was so bored of it by then that I was mucking about —I’d been pretending I was Tom Hanks or Seth Rogen. And then she came in, and it was like diving into white-water rapids and having no desire to hang on to the side. Throughout shooting, it was wild and exciting. I couldn’t help but try to stay with her, keep pace with her, and not let her get away. [Laughs] Like an animal preying on a smaller animal, but a wily smaller animal.”
— Andrew Garfield talking about doing his first screen-test with Emma Stone.
Stonefield + dancing
“I need to feel like I’m doing some kind of good. It sounds cheesy, I know, but I feel like I have a really big guilt complex and that if I’m not doing any kind of good then there’s no real reason for being. I believe that doing movies like this is positive because they can inspire and be entertaining.”
Andrew Garfield at LAX Airport, Jan. 27
“When I was a kid, I always felt ashamed of how sensitive I was, emotionally sensitive, physically sensitive — I swear, even my hair was sensitive. I got emotional very easily, and I felt a great deal of shame about that. But when I began acting, I realized I could take that sensitivity and put it to good use.”
“It’s purely luck if you find that person, and it’s like “vroom,” and it makes sense. There’s something kind of terrifying and exhilarating about it.” Andrew Garfield
Andrew and a little fan on the set of The Amazing Spider-Man 2 (May 26)
So much pain in his expression.
Andrew and fans at the red carpet during TASM premieres.