Spider-Man's Andrew Garfield has announced that he is taking a break from acting after wrapping up filming
Spider-Man's Andrew Garfield has announced that he is taking a break from acting after wrapping up filming for an upcoming television series titled Under the Banner of Heaven.
"I'm going to take some time off. I need to re-adjust and figure out what I want to do next and who I want to be and just be a bit of a normal person for a while. Because, as you might know, this whole awards season has been a real juicer. I just need to live a little normal life for a while," he commented.
Andrew Garfield has clearly had a very busy season, with all three 2021 films he's starring in (" The Eyes of Tammy Faye, "Tick Tock, Boom! ", " Spider-Man 3: No Way Home ") being contenders. At the Academy Awards.
Unlike Tom Holland or Tobey Maguire, Andrew Garfield finished the last year in Spider-Man: Nine Way Home, banning his arrival, as he had two films to encourage and a Marvel movie. Not seen. Even so, Garfield has become one of the most popular actors in recent years.
Previously, the actor complained that before the release of the film adaptation of Marvel comics, he had to lie all the time, even to the loved ones, that he was not taking part in it, and this turned out to be very exhausting.
At the premiere of 'By Command of Heaven,' the next series starring Andrew Garfield for FX, the actor showed an interview for Variety, where he spoke about the future and in current years; what have they accomplished? His profession has got him to where he is now.
Rumor has it that while Marvel Studios is moving forward with its next Spider-Man movie, Sony Pictures may be trying to build on the Sinister Six storyline by bringing Garfield back into the franchise.