He made a name for himself in the critically acclaimed "The Social Network," but Andrew Garfield will literally soar to new heights as the lead in the upcoming "Spider-Man" reboot. And that has the humble British actor worried.
"I hope I never blow up. I hope that I have to audition for every single job I want," he tells February's Details magazine. "I hope that I'm always struggling, really. You develop when you’re struggling. When you're struggling, you get stronger."
Read the full interview with Andrew Garfield in Details
Garfield, 27, will be showing plenty of muscle as Spider-Man, and has trained hard to play the web-slinging superhero.
In the aftermath of Charlie Sheen’s visit to New York last fall – which resulted in false allegations involving drug use, a trashed hotel room and a porn star – rumors are now swirling that Sheen blew off work following a Las Vegas-based bender.
TMZ reported that Sheen was still in Vegas after a weekend spent with three porn stars two hours before he was supposed to appear on the set of “Two and a Half Men” Tuesday morning.
But, according to a rep for the star, there’s no truth to it.
“I keep reading that Charlie Sheen did not show up for work today. I read those remarks two hours before his scheduled time of arrival,” the rep said in a statement to CNN. “Charlie Sheen arrived at work today and is there as I send this. Memo to Chicken Little: The sky remains in place.”
Tuesday was Fox's big day at the Television Critics' Association press tour, and as expected, they had some big announcements to make.
The first was not too unexpected, after the recent news that beloved "So You Think You Can Dance" choreographer Mia Michaels would be leaving the show. The judge she replaced last season, Mary Murphy - of "hot tamale train" fame - is coming back for the new season, news that's sure to get a very split reaction among fans of the show.
Murphy said in a press release, "I am thrilled and already dancing in my seat to be back as a permanent judge this season, which I'm sure will be the best ever."
A double congratulations are in order for Tia Mowry. On Tuesday, the same day the actress’s show “The Game" was brought back to TV on the strength of its fans, word spread that the 32-year-old star is expecting.
Mowry, who starred in the ‘90s sitcom “Sister, Sister” along with her identical twin, Tamera, is due July 3, CNN confirmed.
This is baby numero uno for Mowry and her husband, 31-year-old actor Cory Hardrict, whom Mowry has been married to for two years.
"We are both so excited to be parents," the couple told Us Weekly in a statement. "We have been wanting this a long time!"
The Style Network has plans to follow the pregnancy for a show scheduled to air later this year.
His latest movie may be called "No Strings Attached," but it seems there are quite a few hitches involved in getting director Ivan Reitman's planned "Ghostbusters" sequel off the ground.
"All of the actors but one have read [the script] and loved it," Reitman tells CNN of "Ghostbusters III." "We're waiting for one of them to read it and see where we are.”
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