Andrew Garfield Plans For Spider-Man and Stand for Ukraine
Spider-Man star, Andrew Garfield announced his plans for the upcoming Spider-Man franchise in a recent interview. The 38-year-old star clarified that he won’t be wearing a Spider-Man suit again anytime soon.
At the 28th Annual Screen Actors Guild Awards event, when interviewers approached him and asked about his plans after No Way Home, Spider-Man’s last release, he dropped the surprising news. He stated forwardly there is no plan. He also jokingly said that after this everyone can call him a liar for the rest of his life and that is the truth.
Garfield, nominated at the Guild Awards, for Best Male Actor for his film Tick, Tick… Boom, directed by Lin-Manuel Miranda. He approached him in 2020 to play Peter Parker.
On Ukraine Crisis
The 38-year-old Spider-Man actor also addressed the ongoing battle in Ukraine and boldly addressed the issue on the red carpet.
When on Sunday night in California staged is decked up with glittering lights and shinning stars, Garfield was asked about his view on the ongoing fight in Ukraine.
Addressing the ongoing dispute in Ukraine, the Spider-Man star said that it is difficult to celebrate this evening seeing what is happening in Ukraine. It feels weird and awkward to be ready and present at the moment but of course, he loves being there and in between the community and feels grateful to be there.
Garfield is one of the few stars who openly address the problem of the Ukrainian people.
Andrew Garfield will soon be seen making his musical debut. She is so excited to be on the Broadway stage and perform Georges Seurat in front of a lovely audience. His fans will surely love him in his new avatar.