Andrew Garfield and Emma Stone were splitting up. There were inklings of something amiss when Garfield did not attend the Oscars with Stone, despite her being nominated for Best Supporting Actress for her turn in Birdman.
He was filming Scorsese's Silence at the time. Garfield pretty much said as much when he opened up to USA Today in September about how he felt being in the public eye.
I really want my work to be seen. I want people to see work I do, that's important to me Like everybody else, I'm just struggling through trying to make sense of this weirdness we're all in, the weirdness of being alive. I am not OK. I'm really not all right. I'm in the struggle of being a person. I haven't got anything figured out.
He's obviously one of the greatest actors we have alive today. And he's also just a remarkable human being. I love him very much. Then Garfield and Stone split and while the actor continued to share his feelings, as above, Stone still kept it close the vest. She showed just the barest of her feelings when she spoke with Vogue in Of course, these were just two people like anyone else who needed to move on, regardless of how adorable they were with each other.
There is a sort of messed-up fascination we have with celebrities we love - or even love to hate - so we get why some Hollywood A-listers become frustrated. Maybe enough so that sometimes they want to mess with us a little. Naturally, this sparked speculation that the two were back together. The Wall Street Journal conducted an in-depth interview with Stone shortly after the paparazzi pics turned up, and asked the actress what the deal was.
She understood why people might take it as a sign — and that's why she didn't turn the bag around to hide Garfield's name. It's this very modern 'keeping up with the Joneses. Every time I talk about social media, I forget where I'm going. I go into a rabbit hole. She was being handed most of the Best Actress awards for her performance as the wannabe starlet trying to make it in La La Land, while Garfield gained some awards traction for his turn as a WWII medic who refused to take lives in Hacksaw Ridge.
At the Governor's Awards, the exes reunited, and they couldn't have looked happier. News , and in many of the photos, they were snapped laughing. Garfield was just wowed by Stone and talked about her a lot during this time. I'm constantly inspired by how she handles and holds herself.
So for me, I've—it's been bliss to be able to watch her success and watch her bloom into the actress that she is. And it's also been wonderful to have that kind of support for each other.
It's nothing but a beautiful thing. Stone did go to London in May of to see Garfield perform in a 25th-anniversary revival of Angels in America. So what's really holding them back from a reconciliation?
In December , he was asked by The Hollywood Reporter at a special actors' roundtable who he'd take with him on a desert island. In fact, according to a People source , they have been dating since the middle of last year.
They met in when Stone was hosting SNL. He's tall and fit, confident and funny. She was spotted last July attending the premiere of McCary's feature directorial debut Brigsby Bear and in November, they enjoyed a showing of The Nutcracker in Manhattan, along with SNL alum Mooney and stopped for an affectionate moment as McCary wrapped his arm around his girlfriend outside the theater. He plays Prior Walter, the tormented, AIDS-afflicted gay man at the center of the play, which is set in s and runs about seven hours in total.
As mentioned, Garfield first did the production in London but is now heading up its new revival on Broadway. The comment, which the actor said in July of last year, caused a bit of a backlash, but Garfield told BBC's Newsbeat the quote was taken out of context.
We were talking about, 'How do you prepare for something so important and so big? I have an openness to any impulses that may arise within me at any time. The actress had reportedly fallen in love with the British city when she filmed her upcoming period drama The Favourite — a film about the rivalry at the court of Queen Anne Olivia Coleman in the 18th century. The queen took a shining to a lowly courtier Stone much to the chagrin of a scheming duchess, played by Rachel Weisz.
Reports, however , say there might also be another motive for Stone to live in London — to be closer to the British Garfield. On top of that, Garfield and Stone are constantly in contact because they share many close friends, as evidenced by the Eisenberg entry. A source told OK! Let us know in the comments below! Advertising [x] Give Screen Rant a Thumbs up!