Here’s your prettyboy for the day. And while Andrew Garfield has a face made to be photographed, he suffers from that malady all boystars do when forced to wear expensive clothes and stare into a lens:
The Amazing Spider-Man star Andrew Garfield is featured in the Summer 2012 issue of VMAN magazine photographed by Inez van Lamsweerde & Vinoodh Matadin and styled by Nicola Formichetti.
Coat, waistcoat and shirt by Prada. Bow tie by Giorgio Armani.
T-shirt by Giorgio Armani.
All clothing by Gucci.
T-shirt and pants by Giorgio Armani.
Shirt by Prada.
His face has frozen into one facial expression. This may be the worst of the guyditorial thousand-yard-stares we’ve seen in some time. The clothes look great and he looks great, but when you scroll through them all at once, it’s hard not to get the impression that he’s wearing a mask or that they simply pasted the same face over and over again on some other model. Andrew, you’re an actor. Act like you’re a model. It’s not hard.
In other Andrew Garfield news, we saw the trailer for The Amazing Spider-Man movie when we went to see The Avengers (which was 2+ hours of fun awesomeness, by the way) and we have to say, we’re completely underwhelmed by him. Tom’s as geeky as geeky gets, but he turned to Lo after the trailer and said, “That does nothing toward making me want to see it.” If you can’t get a geek excited about your Spider-Man movie, you might be in trouble. He just comes off so smarmy and full of himself.
But he does have some amazing hair, that can’t be denied.
[Photo Credit: Inez van Lamsweerde & Vinoodh Matadin for vman.com]