Garfield was 'confused' about movie

Garfield was 'confused' about movie


Andrew Garfield said any doubts he had about The Social Network disappeared when he read the script

Andrew Garfield initially had doubts about his award-winning film The Social Network, the star has revealed.

The British actor has landed a Bafta nomination for best supporting actor for his role in the film, about the beginnings of Facebook.

But Andrew, 27, told the Daily Telegraph he initially had reservations, saying: “When I first heard about it I was confused like most people. It doesn’t conjure images of an exciting film when you hear the words ‘Facebook movie’.

“But then as soon as I knew who had written the script (West Wing scribe Aaron Sorkin) I thought, well, there must be something in it, and I was of course proved right upon reading it.”

The actor, who was born in Los Angeles but raised in Surrey, is about to take on the coveted role of Spider-Man.

He said: “I feel the pressure of my own inner four-year-old and that’s the biggest pressure I could ever come up against.

“I don’t need anyone else to tell me what a big deal it is because I’m Spider-Man’s biggest fan.”



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