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Andrew Garfield Opens Up About His Time Spent Playing Spider-Man

Andrew Garfield Opens Up About His Time Spent Playing Spider-Man
Andrew Garfield, starred in two of The Amazing Spider-Man movies. During a recent Q & A about his new project Under the Silver Lake, the former Spider-Man opened up about his feelings on playing the beloved superhero on the big screen. Andrew debuted in Marc Webb's 2012 The Amazing Spider-Man. The actor was asked again to play Spidey in 2014's The Amazing Spider-Man 2 with co-star Emma Stone, who played Peter Parker's love interest, Gwen Stacey. The movie didn't do very well and wasn't as well received as the first one despite Sony throwing tons of money at it.

Sony had planned on a third adventure for Andrew Garfield as gets his hand somehow stuck on a sticky Spider-Man comic book.

The comic clings to his hand causing some mild frustration for Sam. Sam gets pretty angry flinging the comic book far out of frame. In this interview clip, Andrew explains
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'Captain Marvel' reigns at UK box office with £6.7m on its second weekend

'Captain Marvel' reigns at UK box office with £6.7m on its second weekend
New openers include comedies Fisherman’s Friends and What Men Want.

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Rank Film (Distributor) Three-day gross (Mar 15-17) Total gross to date Week 1 Captain Marvel (Disney) £6.7m £23.6m 2 2 Fisherman’s Friends (Entertainment Film) £1.2m £1.2m 1 3 What Men Want (Paramount) £840,000 £840,000 1 4 The Lego Movie 2 (Warner Bros) £643,000 £17.5m 6 5 Fighting With My Family (Lionsgate) £631,431 £4.6m 3 Disney

Disney blockbuster Captain Marvel held the top spot at the UK box office on its second weekend, adding £6.7m for a £23.6m total to date.

The film played at 665 sites, bringing in a £10,216 site average. It fell 48% on last weekend’s £12.8m opening.
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All 55 Marvel Movies Ranked, Including ‘Captain Marvel’

We’re more than 30 years deep into the history of Marvel Comics on the big screen, Leaving us with a hefty total that that grows by several each year these days — with “Captain Marvel,” we’re up to 55 of these things now.

So it’s always a good a time to rank ‘em all, from “Howard the Duck” to last year’s “Black Panther,” “Avengers: Infinity War,” “Deadpool 2,” “Ant-Man and the Wasp,” “Venom” and “Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse” — and this year’s “Captain Marvel.”

55. “Fantastic Four: Rise of the Silver Surfer”

Just a nightmare. A total nightmare. There have been a number of bad superhero movies, but from the talking gas cloud the filmmakers cast as Galactus to Jessica Alba‘s dye job, this one transcends bad.

54. “X-Men Origins: Wolverine

A totally chaotic stir fry of nonsense that tells the story of how Wolverine got his claws. Features an
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UK box office preview: 'What Men Want', 'Fisherman’s Friends' up against ‘Captain Marvel’

UK box office preview: 'What Men Want', 'Fisherman’s Friends' up against ‘Captain Marvel’
Captain Marvel had grossed £15.8m in the UK as of Thursday morning.

Disney’s Captain Marvel looks set to dominate the UK box office this weekend after an impressive £12.8m opening.

The film was up to an estimated £15.8m in the UK as of Thursday morning, and £414.6m ($550.2m) globally.

Opening against the Marvel blockbuster are two wide releases this weekend: Paramount’s Us comedy What Men Want and Entertainment Film Distributor’s UK musical comedy-drama Fisherman’s Friends. Both titles will open in 300+ venues.

What Men Want is the latest feature from Hairspray director Adam Shankman, and stars Taraji P. Henson
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Californoir: Close-Up on "Under the Silver Lake"

  • MUBI
David Robert Mitchell's Under the Silver Lake (2018) is having its exclusive online premiere on Mubi in the United Kingdom. It is showing from March 15 - April 13, 2019.I first saw Under the Silver Lake at its late-night Cannes Film Festival premiere, thinking that would be the logical time for it: sight unseen, the third feature from David Robert Mitchell's radiated the sexy, angular strangeness of a midnight movie in the making. Strange it is, though in a louche, breezy way; it's the stuff of inebriated daydreams rather than outright nightmares. It's as much a midday trip as it is a midnight one: as I emerged from the inappropriately tuxedoed premiere for this rumpled, T-shirted detective odyssey, the film's hazy, zonked afterglow was in a separate dimension from the crisp, inky atmosphere of the Côte d'Azur after dark. Suddenly, the sky outside the Cannes Palais looked wrong: all deep-navy velvet where
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Movie Review – Under the Silver Lake (2018)

Under the Silver Lake, 2018.

Directed by David Robert Mitchell.

Starring Andrew Garfield, Riley Keough, Patrick Fischler, Topher Grace, Callie Hernandez and Luke Baines.

Synopsis:

A jobless La dreamer finds purpose in investigating the disappearance of his neighbour after they spend a romantic day together.

The world of Under the Silver Lake is a weird, off-kilter take on Los Angeles. It’s a world in which everyone has vintage movie art all over the walls of their over-priced rental properties and in which commenting on a Kurt Cobain poster during sex is an entirely unremarkable event. This unusual, sun-dappled universe is home to a neo-noir shaggy dog tale – ripped from the mind of It Follows auteur David Robert Mitchell – and it’s certainly a journey down a very peculiar rabbit hole.

The Alice leading us through this particular Wonderland is Sam, played by a scruffily bearded Andrew Garfield. He spends his
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Screen Stars of Tomorrow 2019: submissions close this week

Screen Stars of Tomorrow 2019: submissions close this week
The annual talent showcase will profile 20 new actors, directors, writers and producers from the UK and Ireland, launching in June.

Submissions for Screen’s 2019 edition of Stars of Tomorrow are in their final week, closing at 00.01 on Saturday March 16.

The annual talent showcase will profile 20 new actors, directors, writers and producers from the UK and Ireland, launching in June.

This year the selection will also include an up-and-coming head of department in five key categories: cinematography, production design, editing, casting and music.

Informal industry submissions, recommendations and nominations should be emailed to screenstarsoftomorrow@gmail.com, before the March 16 deadline.

Candidates
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Andrew Garfield and Irish Actress Aisling Bea Spark Dating Rumors as They're Seen Out Together

Andrew Garfield and Irish Actress Aisling Bea Spark Dating Rumors as They're Seen Out Together
Andrew Garfield appears to be romancing Irish actress Aisling Bea.

The 35-year-old actor was seen laughing with Bea, 34, in the West London audience of Hamilton, in a Twitter photo taken by a fan and shared by multiple outlets.

Bea has appeared onscreen in the TV show Hard Sun as well as Bullet to the Heart, The Fall and L.O.L. She’s also an award-winning standup comedian.

Rumors of a relationship come after Garfield’s split from singer Rita Ora, according to multiple reports.

The pop star, 28, and the Oscar-nominated actor were first linked in November, British tabloids reported at the time.
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Andrew Garfield Sparks Romance Rumors With Irish Comedian Aisling Bea

Andrew Garfield Sparks Romance Rumors With Irish Comedian Aisling Bea
Andrew Garfield and comedian Aisling Bea are sparking relationship rumors with their latest outing in London. The Amazing Spiderman star appears to have split from his rumored girlfriend Rita Ora judging by the looks of his recent night out with comedian Aisling Bea. Andrew and the Irish star were recently spotted by an eyewitness at a performance of Hamilton in the West End of London, where the eyewitness says they saw Andrew and Aisling "kissing each other sometimes." In one photo, Andrew has his arm casually draped around the star as they chat while waiting for the performers to come out onstage.  Both of the stars appear to have called it quits...
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Cast This: Green Goblin

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With Tobey Maguire, Andrew Garfield, and now Tom Holland, we're on our third incarnation of Spider-Man in a little over fifteen years, but there's only been one Green Goblin of the Norman Osborn variety in all that time. Sure, Dane DeHaan played Harry Osborn/Green Goblin in The Amazing Spider-man 2, but we need Norman back! (Chris Cooper played Norman Osborn in the same film but had shockingly…
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‘Under the Silver Lake’: Listen to Disasterpeace’s Score for A24’s Neo-Noir

‘Under the Silver Lake’: Listen to Disasterpeace’s Score for A24’s Neo-Noir
David Robert Mitchell isn’t the only one taking creative risks with his upcoming release, “Under the Silver Lake.” The filmmaker best known to audiences for his smart horror feature “It Follows” and his aching coming-of-age tale “The Myth of the American Sleepover” is taking both his talents and those of his composer Rich Vreeland (Aka Disasterpeace) in a decidedly noir direction. The pair first worked together on Mitchell’s breakout “It Follows,” which leaned into Disasterpeace’s love of synth-heavy scores to create a chilling atmosphere. Now, the duo are going for something a little different.

“Under the Silver Lake” stars Andrew Garfield in a unique spin on the neo-noir, with Disasterpeace adding some old Hollywood glamour with his first fully orchestral score. In his Cannes review, IndieWire’s Eric Kohn noted that the “searching Disasterpeace score” helps “the movie become a bittersweet ode to wanting answers from an
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‘Under The Silver Lake’ Review: Dir. David Robert Mitchell (2019)

Following on from his horror delight It Follows back in 2014, director David Robert Mitchell finally returns behind the camera for sophomore feature Under the Silver Lake and it’s an absurd, surrealist fever trip through L.A’s wild suburban landscape.

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When disheveled lost soul (Andrew Garfield) encounters the mysterious, beautiful Sarah (Riley Keough) one night, he finds himself deeply entranced by her presence. However, when she suddenly disappears the next morning, Sam sets out across L.A in the hopes of discovering just where she went. But, as he does, he begins to unravel a dark – and, frankly, bizarre – conspiracy that forces him to confront the city’s underbelly of sex, greed, power, and cultural corruption. And if that doesn’t sound like one of the most biting social commentaries on today’s obsession to consume everything thrown at us without ever indulging such notions, I don’t know what is.
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Glasgow Film Festival 2019 Review – Under the Silver Lake

Under the Silver Lake, 2018.

Directed by David Robert Mitchell.

Starring Andrew Garfield, Riley Keough, Topher Grace, Grace Van Patten and Jimmi Simpson.

Synopsis:

Sam, a layabout, shaggy no-user, finds himself chained to the charm of a mysterious stranger after she goes missing. Through various puzzles and bizarre locations in Los Angeles, he stumbles on a much bigger conspiracy.

Often, the best films are the ones you didn’t expect. David Robert Mitchell already secured critics’ approval with his first feature, The Myth of the American Sleepover. But what came next knocked their socks off (but definitely kept their pants on). It Follows was an instant success, blending the percolating, pitiless moving dread of Carpenter with a tale of sexual deviance wired to the supernatural, thematically prescient but paralysing on a primal level.

It has been said that fame can cause one to become disillusioned with one’s craft, caught up
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Kickstarter Launches to Make Raimi's Spider-Man 4 as a Fan Film

Kickstarter Launches to Make Raimi's Spider-Man 4 as a Fan Film
In an age before the Marvel Cinematic Universe helped cement superhero movies as a Hollywood staple and more than just a passing fad, director Sam Raimi kicked that door wide open with his live-action Spider-Man trilogy. There were plans for a fourth movie that sadly never got going. Instead, Sony opted for The Amazing Spider-Man reboot with Andrew Garfield, under the direction of Marc Webb. Now, however, a small group of fans is going to try and bring Raimi's Spider-man 4 to life.

A group based in Seattle, Washington has launched a Kickstarter campaign in order to get the funds needed to make this movie happen. While the full script for Sam Raimi's proposed fourth movie, which would have seen Tobey Maguire return to the role of Peter Parker once more, never made it online, quite a bit of info has leaked out over the years. Per the Kickstarter page, they're
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RuPaul’s Drag Race Season 11 Premiere Review

Ej Moreno reviews the first episode of RuPaul’s Drag Race Season 11…

The world of RuPaul’s Drag Race is everchanging, with a brand new season quickly following the polarizing All-Stars 4. While it feels a bit tiresome for the fanbase to deal with back-to-back seasons, you can’t help but get wrapped up in the glitz and drama of the show. But how does the eleventh season stack up compared to the rest?

For the first episode of Season 11 of Drag Race, it didn’t disappoint in the drama department. Prominent personalities began to rub others the wrong way, particularly Silky Nutmeg Ganache. The way she tries to command the camera and takes over the moments shown on the show is seemingly annoying the other queens, especially when she took over the big reveal moment of guest judge Miley Cyrus. Asking to carry her piggyback and run her around the
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Submissions open for Screen Stars of Tomorrow 2019

Nominations close on March 16.

Screen International is on the hunt for 20 new actors, directors, writers and producers from the UK and Ireland to showcase in its 16th annual Stars of Tomorrow portfolio, which this year will be launched in June.

This year, the roster will also include an up-and-coming head of department in five key categories: cinematography, production design, editing, casting and music.

Informal industry submissions, recommendations and nominations should be emailed to screenstarsoftomorrow@gmail.com for a two-week period only until March 16.

Candidates for Stars of Tomorrow should be young professionals with a track record – albeit brief – in the UK and Irish film industries,
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Official UK Trailer for 'Under the Silver Lake' Starring Andrew Garfield

"Who moves out in the middle of the night?" Mubi has released a new UK trailer for indie neo-noir Under the Silver Lake, the latest film from It Follows director David Robert Mitchell. This initially premiered at the Cannes Film Festival last year to dismal reviews, which prompted A24 to pull it from the Us schedule. The film went back into the editing room and a new cut was prepared for the fall, which included festival appearances at Fantastic Fest and Sitges. A24 still has this on the schedule for release in April, but rumor is they might be selling it off to Netflix. Andrew Garfield stars as a guy who falls for his neighbor one night, but wakes up to find she has suddenly disappeared. It's described as a "delirious neo-noir fever dream about one man's search for the truth behind the mysterious crimes, murders and disappearances in his East L.
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Vince Vaughn teams up with Mel Gibson in trailer for Zahler’s ‘Dragged Across Concrete’

  • HeyUGuys
If ‘Bone Tomahawk’ and ‘Brawl in Cell Block 99’ took your fancy, director Craig S. Zahler has a third film ‘Dragged Across Concrete’ on the horizon and there is a brand new trailer.

Whilst the trailer doesn’t offer any of the gruesomeness of his first two films, it still looks to have that same deadpan humour we have taken to heart from his other offerings.

This time around Zahler reteams with ‘Brawl in Cell Block 99’ lead Vince Vaughn to play one of the two detectives suspended after going in a little too heavy on suspects. He partners up with Mel Gibson. The film also stars Don Johnson, Jennifer Carpenter, Tory Kittles and Laurie Holden.

Also in trailers –Events get surreal for Andrew Garfield in trailer for ‘Under The Silver Lake

The film will be released in U.S. cinemas and on demand from March 22nd.

Dragged Across Concrete
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Most of Emma Stone's Net Worth Came From This 1 Major Project

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Most of Emma Stone's Net Worth Came From This 1 Major Project
Over the course of the past decade, Emma Stone has gone from everyone's favorite girl-next-door comedienne to one of the biggest stars in Hollywood. It probably comes as no surprise, then, that Stone's 2019 net worth has increased significantly since she first began appearing on our screens. But just how much has her career earned her so far? You might be surprised at the amount - and what her highest-paid project has been.

According to reports, Stone's net worth currently sits at approximately $28 million. Her earnings began with smaller roles in the mid-2000s before she landed her first major film role in the comedy Superbad. Her next several roles were in similarly quirky comedies: The House Bunny, Ghosts of Girlfriends Past, and Zombieland - none of which had high budgets or massive box office earnings.

Stone starred in a hit in 2010, with the razor-sharp teen comedy Easy A, which earned
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New U.K. Trailer For David Robert Mitchell’s Delayed ‘Under The Silver Lake’

After many, many, Many delays, it looks like we are finally getting the neo-noir mystery “Under the Silver Lake” in theaters. The film, starring Andrew Garfield (“The Amazing SpiderMan“) and Riley Keough (“Logan Lucky“), made its world premiere at the 2018 Cannes Film Festival. Though it had some mixed reviews script-wise, people thought Garfield’s performance, the soundtrack, and the originality were all exceptional.

Continue reading New U.K. Trailer For David Robert Mitchell’s Delayed ‘Under The Silver Lake’ at The Playlist.
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