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Andrew Garfield is the new Spiderman

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Andrew Garfield is the new Spiderman
BAFTA award winner, Andrew Garfield will replace Tobey Maguire and become the new Spiderman in the next 3D installment of the franchise. The director Marc Webb (whose most popular movie was a delightful comedy “(500) Days of Summer”) said of Garfield:” Though his name may be new to many, those who know this young actor’s work understand his extraordinary talents. He has a rare combination of intelligence, wit, and humanity. You will love Andrew Garfield as Peter Parker.” According to Deadline the new star of the franchise, is banking $500,000 for the role of Peter Parker in the first film of the rebooted series.

Andrew Garfield breakthrough role in movie business was in Robert Redford’s war drama “Lions for Lambs”, but his best achievement came, without a slightest doubt, in the Channel 4’s adaptation of David Peace’s “Red Riding trilogy”. Garfield played in the first part, and he shined as Eddie Dunford, an ill-fated, initially cocksure journalist trying to uncover corruption in the West Yorkshire police. Also he won the 2007 best actor BAFTA for “Boy A”, in which he played a young man released from prison after committing a murder when he was a child. His next film will be “Never Let Me Go”, an adaptation of Kazuo Ishiguro's haunting novel, which co-stars Keira Knightley and Carey Mulligan. It is due for release in September.

Red Riding official trailer

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