In anticipation of his big Spider-Man movie coming out, which he has been flogging non-stop in ways big and small for going on a year now, Andrew Garfield gets to try on hipster suits for Nylon Guys and say things like:
“The exposure that’s going to come with it doesn’t make me happy, and I’ve discovered that I do just want to be an actor – I don’t have any interest in being a movie star. I’m finding out where that distinction is.”
Oh, Andrew. Please.
Andrew Garfield is featured in the July 2012 issue of Nylon Guys magazine.
In fact, he pretty much spouts every line from The Sensitive Male Movie Star’s Playbook:
On reviews for his work in Death of a Salesman: “I haven’t read any. I keep my head down. That’s something I struggle with – the whole validation thing. You know, like, we all need validation as human beings. We all need a pat on the back occasionally – like, the monkey gets a banana, or, ‘You’re doing all right, keep going.’ But I started to depend on it, and really need it.”
On his personality: “I’m very introspective. I’m working on it because sometimes it can tip over into too much, and it becomes debilitating. I’ve got a lot to think about right now because of my life changing because of the play, and this movie [The Amazing Spider-Man].”
Oh, ANDREW. PLEASE.
He’s built for the hipster suits, though.
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