Categories Film Stills

Movies update

While we’re still waiting for ‘Under the Silver Lake’ promo to start, I have updated the gallery with stills, behind the scenes images, posters and screencaptures from four of Andrew’s movies, codenamed ‘Claim to Fame’. So you can find all the aforementioned things for ‘Never Let Me Go’, ‘The Social Network’ and both ‘Amazing Spider-Man’ films. Enjoy!


Categories Stills TV

TV projects images update

‘Angels In America’ has now concluded its run on Broadway adn Andrew is taking some time off. So what better time than now to look back at his early work on TV. I have added stills and screencaptures from all of Andrew’s TV series apperances from his boy next door Tom in ‘Sugar Rush, to adventurous Frank in ‘Dr. Who’ to his comedic stint on ‘SNL’, you can see them all in the gallery. Enjoy!


Categories Angels in America Stills Theatre

Theatre projects images added to the gallery

Since news have slowed down and there’s nothing new to report, I updated the gallery with images from all of Andrew’s theatre projects that have images available. There are stills, behind the scenes and promotional images from everything from ‘Kes’ and ‘Burn/Chatroom/Citizenship’ to ‘Death of a Salesman’ and ‘Angels In America’ on the West End. Enjoy!


Categories Angels in America Events Video

More events

Andrew has been attendid even more events in the lead up to the Tony Awards next Monday. One of those was the Drama Desk Awards where he also won the award for best actor in a play. You can see his acceptance speech below and images from all the events in the gallery.


Categories Film Under the Silver Lake

‘Under the Silver Lake’ release date pushed back

According to Collider, ‘Under the Silver Lake’ has been pushed back to December 7. It was originally set to release this month.

In more bummer release date news, A24 has decided to push back the release of It Follows filmmaker David Robert Mitchell’s highly anticipated follow-up Under the Silver Lake by six months. The film was set to hit theaters in just a few weeks, on June 22nd, but it will now bow on December 7th. It’s unclear exactly what led to the release date change, but the film’s Cannes Film Festival debut may hold the key.

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As for the box office prospects, December may be a bit of a tougher month to crack given all the awards fare, but then again perhaps Andrew Garfield might break into the Best Actor race.