February 22, 2024

After this year’s Oscars, Florence Pugh and Andrew Garfield they will share the screen again, this time for a feature film. according to DeadlineThe pair are in negotiations to direct We live in time from StudioCanal. The film is described as a “funny, touching and immersive love story”. All other plot details are being kept under wraps for now.

The film will be directed by the BAFTA winner John Crowleywho directed films like Brooklyn and the golden. Although he mostly focuses on the film aspect, he has also directed episodes of shows, among others True detective and recently Life after Life. We live in time it is written the crown‘s Nick Payne. His latest endeavor was writing a script for Netflix Last letter from your lover. StudioCanal is in development Sunny March set to produce


Throughout their careers, Pugh and Garfield have proven versatile acting chops, making them the perfect pairing for their next film. Although Pugh has starred in several notable films since the mid-2010s, he made a splash when it came to driving. Ari Aster‘s Midsummer. Even with the memes that followed, Pugh left a strong impression on viewers. She continued her role as Amy March in the 2019 performance Little Women, continuing to build a strong repertoire since then. Recently, he was involved in a controversy Don’t worry dearand DreamWorks’ Puss in Boots: The Last Wish. Pugh will be the next star Christopher Nolan‘s OppenheimerMarvel’s the thunderand Dune: The second part.

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Also, Garfield appeared in several movies and TV shows, but it came with his first break David Fincher‘s Oscar-winning film Social network, the chronicle of the evolution of Facebook. A couple of years later, Garfield entered the MCU, donning the spidey suit as Peter Parker/Spider-Man. The Amazing Spider-Man. He starred in the sequel, and took the role again Spider-Man: No Way Home. Along the way, Garfield starred in films based on real-life and fictional stories, among others Hacksaw Ridge, the silence, 99 Homes, tick, tick… BOOM!and the TV series Under the Banner of Heaven. He will be the next protagonist Hot air.

We live in time currently has no projected release window. It aims to start production sometime this year. In the meantime, check out our interview with Garfield and his Under the Banner of Heaven co-star Gil Birmingham.

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