We Live In Time, “a humorous, genuinely poignant, and absorbing love story,” will be starred by Garfield and Pugh, according to Deadline. Although the film’s director, Crowley, is keeping the plot’s specifics under wraps, Nick Payne wrote the screenplay (Wanderlust).
Florence Pugh and Andrew Garfield may have appeared friendly while presenting at the Oscars this year, but that’s only because they’ve been quietly negotiating to participate in John Crowley’s upcoming romantic comedy.
Pugh has tended to gravitate towards dramatic dramas rather than romantic roles, and she recently stated that it would be “weird” to play a character similar to those in a Nancy Meyers movie.
Hey, Florence, a humorous love story does sound like a rom-com, which is not a terrible word! We won’t question her too much about it, but we’re curious about what so unpolished and frightful about her portrayal of Goldilocks in Puss In Boots: The Final Wish. We won’t even discuss Don’t Worry, Sweetheart because we know she still doesn’t want to (and neither do we).
When promoting Zach Braff’s newest movie, A Good Person, Pugh remarked four days ago, “It’s no secret that I exclusively choose incredibly intense roles. “I’ve been moved to tears in pretty much every scene I’ve been in, and this isn’t the first time. I enjoy spotting the ugly side of people. I enjoy being bare. I enjoy receiving challenging scripts, and I’ve never chosen a part unless I was terrified of it.
Garfield, who has primarily portrayed serious religious types and Spider-Man over the past few years, is taking an interesting new direction with the film. In the 2017 film Breathe, he played the romantic lead alongside Claire Foy. Pugh and Garfield will perform together for the first time during We Live In Time, and we sincerely hope that they enjoy themselves.
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