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May 07 2013
Andrew Garfield to Star in Martin Scorsese’s “Silence”
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ANDREW IS BACK. After more than two years of taking on no new movie roles outside of Spider-Man, Andrew has landed a huge role.

Andrew Garfield to Star in Martin Scorsese’s ‘Silence’

Martin Scorsese can finally give voice to “Silence.”
After two decades of false starts and near misses, the director can now look forward to shooting his long-gestating adaptation of Japanese novelist Shusaku Endo’s novel next summer.
Scorsese not only has secured the financing he needed and a production greenlight for June 2014, he’s landed a coveted leading man: The Amazing Spider-Man’s Andrew Garfield.
The project, which also will feature Ken Watanabe, is sure to catch the attention of international distributors at the upcoming Cannes market, which marks a new experience for the director, who has headed the Cannes jury and presented four movies in competition.
Sinking into a sofa in his midtown Manhattan office on a recent morning, Scorsese reflected on the planned pic, which he holds particularly dear to his heart. The subject matter — the very roots of religious faith — has long fascinated him, from his childhood aspiration to the priesthood to his controversial screen adaptation of Nikos Kazantzakis’ The Last Temptation of Christ, released in 1988.
“It’s something that has always been part of my life,” he says. “It’s difficult for people to understand who are not part of that world that I grew up in, which was Roman Catholicism in New York City in the 1950s. I was impressed enough to try to become part of that world, and realized at the age of 15 or 16 that it was much tougher, much more complicated than I thought … in terms of vocation.”
Garfield will star as Father Rodrigues, a 17th-century Portuguese Jesuit who travels to Japan with a fellow priest amid rumors that Rodrigues’ mentor has abandoned the Church. It is a moment of religious persecution in the Asian nation, with Christians forced to practice their faith clandestinely. Watanabe will portray the priests’ interpreter, alongside a Japanese cast that includes Issei Ogata (who played Emperor Hirohito in Alexander Sokurov’s The Sun). As with Temptation of Christ and his 1997 Dalai Lama biopic Kundun, a box office dud, the commercial prospects for Scorsese’s latest passion project are challenging.
Scorsese admits that the mostly Japanese-language production is meant for a smaller audience than his hits Shutter Island, The Departed and The Aviator, but suggests, “Then again, it’s a thriller. Thriller meaning they are undercover,” he says. “I’m interested in this, whether it’s undercover priests or undercover cops.”
Location scouting is still under way for the production, which is being co-financed by Emmett/Furla Films and Belgian producer Paul Breuls’ Corsan Films. Scorsese hints that a veteran collaborator, singer-songwriter Robbie Robertson, may come onboard for the soundtrack.
“He and I started talking about this a year and a half ago, before I started Wolf, about ideas for certain kinds of sounds,” said Scorsese, who is busy editing his latest film The Wolf of Wall Street, starring Leonardo DiCaprio.
The helmer first read Endo’s novel 25 years ago, when Archbishop Paul Moore sent it to him following a screening of Last Temptation of Christ held for New York religious readers. He recalls being struck by the book’s “complex simplicity,” and its sense of “cutting away all the trappings, cutting away the dogma, cutting away everything and dealing with the very essence of … you could say Christianity, you could say Jesus.” Added the director: “It seems to have been a great idea, but can it be implemented? And if it is, it seems that it has to be on an individual level, in how one behaves, in how one treats other people in one’s own lives.” (Curiously, Scorsese, a voracious cinephile, admits he never saw the 1971 Japanese film version of Silence, directed by nonagenarian Masahiro Shinoda.)
Almost immediately after reading the book, Scorsese began working on an adaptation with frequent screenwriting partner Jay Cocks, but other projects interrupted the process, and the script wasn’t completed until 1996. By then, Scorsese observes, “the landscape of Hollywood had changed.”
His most recent picture at the time, Casino, had performed solidly at the box office ($116 million worldwide), and was made with the full support of its studio backer, Universal Pictures. “But ultimately, when the film was released, it was clear that it no longer pays for studios that are owned by major corporations to make a $50-$60 million profit on a movie,” Scorsese said. “They want to make more. So that was the end of that kind of picture for me.”
In the two decades since, Scorsese, like many of his generational colleagues (Woody Allen, Francis Ford Coppola, William Friedkin), has depended largely on independent financing, much of it from longtime patron Graham King, who produced/and or co-financed Gangs of New York, The Aviator, The Departed and Hugo. King has a stake in Silence, which he helped shepherd since 2001, but his ultimate involvement in the production is uncertain. “It’s an issue of what makes sense at that time,” said Scorsese, whose frequent collaborator Emma Koskoff (a producer on Wolf of Wall Street and executive producer on Hugo) will produce Silence, along with Irwin Winkler, Randall Emmett, George Furla, Vittorio Cecchi Gori and Barbara De Fina.
Asked whether he has any hesitation making a film about Catholicism at a moment when the Catholic Church has been making its most unflattering headlines since the reformation, Scorsese said: “Not at all. Certainly, it’s a religious subject, but the mystery that I’m talking about, Rodrigues’ conflict with himself, and the essence of Christianity — which is something I believe in strongly — is timeless, and has to do with who we are as human beings.”

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Sep 28 2012
Andrew will return for “Spider-Man” sequel

Andrew Garfield has signed on will return to the role of Peter Parker and Marc Webb is set to direct as Columbia Pictures prepares to begin production on the next installment of The Amazing Spider-Man. Doug Belgrad, president of Columbia Pictures, and Hannah Minghella, president of production for the studio made the announcement.

The screenplay is by Alex Kurtzman & Roberto Orci and Jeff Pinkner based on a previous draft by James Vanderbilt. The film will be produced by Avi Arad and Matt Tolmach. The new chapter in the Spider-Man saga is set for release in 3D on May 2, 2014. Emma Stone is also in talks to return to the blockbuster franchise and is expected to reprise her role as Gwen Stacy.

The new film will begin production in early 2013. Webb, Garfield and Stone previously teamed on this summer’s blockbuster The Amazing Spider-Man, which has taken in more than $751 million worldwide.

“We could not be more confident in the direction we are taking this new Spider-Man storyline and we are tremendously excited to be ramping up production again with Marc at the helm and Andrew continuing on as Peter Parker,” Belgrad said. “We can’t wait to share what we have in store for Peter and Spider-Man with audiences worldwide.”

Source: Deadline

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May 01 2012
Andrew is a Tony nominee!

Congrats to Andrew and the entire production of “Death of a Salesman” for taking home 7 Tony Award nominations this morning! Andrew himself was nominated for Featured Actor in a Play, while you can see all the categories the play is up for below. The Tony Awards will be held on Sunday, June 10th in New York City. Good luck to Andrew!

Best Performance by an Actor in a Featured Role in a Play
Christian Borle, Peter and the Starcatcher
Michael Cumpsty, End of the Rainbow
Tom Edden, One Man, Two Guvnors
Andrew Garfield, Arthur Miller’s Death of a Salesman
Jeremy Shamos, Clybourne Park

Best Revival of a Play
Arthur Miller’s Death of a Salesman
Gore Vidal’s The Best Man
Master Class
Wit

Best Performance by an Actor in a Leading Role in a Play
James Corden, One Man, Two Guvnors
Philip Seymour Hoffman, Arthur Miller’s Death of a Salesman
James Earl Jones, Gore Vidal’s The Best Man
Frank Langella, Man and Boy
John Lithgow, The Columnist

Best Performance by an Actress in a Featured Role in a Play
Linda Emond, Arthur Miller’s Death of a Salesman
Spencer Kayden, Don’t Dress for Dinner
Celia Keenan-Bolger, Peter and the Starcatcher
Judith Light, Other Desert Cities
Condola Rashad, Stick Fly

Best Direction of a Play
Nicholas Hytner, One Man, Two Guvnors
Pam MacKinnon, Clybourne Park
Mike Nichols, Arthur Miller’s Death of a Salesman
Roger Rees and Alex Timbers, Peter and the Starcatcher

Best Lighting Design of a Play
Jeff Croiter, Peter and the Starcatcher
Peter Kaczorowsk, The Road to Mecca
Brian MacDevitt, Arthur Miller’s Death of a Salesman
Kenneth Posner, Other Desert Cities

Best Sound Design of a Play
Paul Arditti, One Man, Two Guvnors
Scott Lehrer, Arthur Miller’s Death of a Salesman
Gareth Owen, End of the Rainbow
Darron L. West, Peter and the Starcatcher

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Apr 24 2012
Drama League Nominations for Andrew and “Death of a Salesman”

Congrats to Andrew and the entire production of “Death of a Salesman”! The show itself is nominated for a Drama League Award for Distinguished Revival of a Play, while Andrew is nominated for Distinguished Performance (and so is co-star Philip Seymour Hoffman). Good luck to everyone! The winners will be announced at a ceremony on May 18, 2012.

DISTINGUISHED REVIVAL OF A PLAY

AND GOD CREATED GREAT WHALES
DEATH OF A SALESMAN
GORE VIDAL’S THE BEST MAN
HOW I LEARNED TO DRIVE
LOOK BACK IN ANGER
THE MAIDS
WIT

DISTINGUISHED PERFORMANCE AWARD

Jane Alexander, The Lady From Dubuque
Nina Arianda, Venus In Fur
Annaleigh Ashford, Rent
Angela Bassett, The Mountaintop
Simon Russell Beale, Bluebird
Tracie Bennett, End of the Rainbow
Christian Borle, Peter and the Starcatcher
Matthew Broderick, Nice Work If You Can Get It
Kim Cattrall, Private Lives
Heather Christian, Mission Drift
James Corden, One Man, Two Guvnors
Michael Cristofer, The Intelligent Homosexual’s Guide to Capitalism and Socialism with a Key to the Scriptures
Tyne Daly, Master Class
Jesse Eisenberg, Asuncion
Linda Emond, The Intelligent Homosexual’s Guide to Capitalism and Socialism with a Key to the Scriptures
Raúl Esparza, Leap of Faith
Santino Fontana, Sons of the Prophet
Andrew Garfield, Death of a Salesman
Russell Harvard, Tribes
Philip Seymour Hoffman, Death of a Salesman
Samuel L. Jackson, The Mountaintop
Jeremy Jordan, Newsies, Bonnie and Clyde
Steve Kazee, Once
Celia Keenan-Bolger, Peter and the Starcatcher
Christine Lahti, Dreams of Flying, Dreams of Falling
Angela Lansbury, Gore Vidal’s The Best Man
John Larroquette, Gore Vidal’s The Best Man
Linda Lavin, The Lyons
Norm Lewis, The Gershwins’ Porgy and Bess
Judith Light, Other Desert Cities
Ricky Martin, Evita
Jan Maxwell, Follies
Jefferson Mays, Blood and Gifts
Marin Mazzie, Carrie
Audra McDonald, The Gershwins’ Porgy and Bess
Ellen McLaughlin, Septimus and Clarissa
Cristin Milioti, Once
Jessie Mueller, On A Clear Day You Can See Forever
Carey Mulligan, Through A Glass Darkly
Cynthia Nixon, Wit
Leslie Odom, Jr., Leap of Faith
Kelli O’Hara, Nice Work If You Can Get It
Denis O’Hare, An Iliad
Lily Rabe, Seminar
Da’Vine Joy Randolph, Ghost
Molly Ransom, Carrie
Condola Rashad, Stick Fly
Matthew Rhys, Look Back In Anger
Alan Rickman, Seminar
Elena Roger, Evita
Jeremy Shamos, Clybourne Park
Kevin Spacey, Richard III
Stephen Spinella, An Iliad
Mary Testa, Queen of the Mist
Blair Underwood, A Streetcar Named Desire
Mary Louise Wilson, 4,000 Miles

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Apr 01 2012
Andrew @ Kids Choice Awards – Pictures

Andrew is taking the weekend off from “Death of a Salesman” to attend and present at the Kids Choice Awards in LA tonight, promoting “The Amazing Spider-Man” with co-star Emma Stone. Pics are below, more if we find them!

026 x Public Appearances – 03.31.12: Kids Choice Awards – Arrivals
020 x Public Appearances – 03.31.12: Kids Choice Awards – Show

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Mar 16 2012
“Death of a Salesman” Opening Night Curtain Call Photos

Added over 20 High Quality photos of Andrew taking his bows with his co-stars at curtain call of opening night of “Death of a Salesman” on Broadway. He’s been getting rave reviews too, congrats to Andrew!

021 x Theatre Roles – Death of a Salesman: Opening Night Curtain Call

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Mar 12 2012
Andrew on “Good Morning America” (video)

Andrew appeared on Good Morning America a couple of days ago, talking about “Death of a Salesman” and “Spider-Man.” This is definitely shaping up to a great year for Andrew!

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Mar 12 2012
New stills from “Death of a Salesman”

Official opening night is this Thursday!

014 x Theatre Projects – Death of a Salesman – Promotional Stills

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Mar 07 2012
Another “Death of a Salesman” picture

Here’s another new picture of Andrew in “Death of a Salesman”, this one a bit more casual as he rehearses on stage with Philip Seymour Hoffman.

001 x Theatre Images – Death of a Salesman: Rehearsal and Behind the Scenes

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Mar 05 2012
First picture of Andrew in “Death of a Salesman”

Andrew is now on Broadway, starring as Biff Loman in Arthur Miller’s classic “Death of a Salesman” (which is still in previews but is receiving glowing reviews), and the first picture is now available below in the gallery. More to come when the play officially opens on March 15th!

001 x Theatre Images – Death of a Salesman: Stills

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