Category Archives: Andrew Garfield

Mark Romanek’s Never Let Me Go – Trailer

The music vid-er and One Hour Photo director Mark Romanek’s trailer for his upcoming film – Never Let Me Go – is here and stars Carey Mulligan, Keira Knightley, Andrew Garfield, Charlotte Rampling, Sally Hawkins, Nathalie Richard and Andrea Riseborough. Never Let Me Go hits theaters on Friday, October 1.

Fox Searchlight Pictures

Never Let Me Go is based on Kazuo Ishiguro’s novel and adapted by screenwriter Alex Garland.

Never Let Me Go — [via Apple] Carey Mulligan’s Kathy, Andrew Garfield’s Tommy and Keira Knightley’s Ruth live in a world and a time that feel familiar to us, but are not quite like anything we know. They spend their childhood at Hailsham, a seemingly idyllic English boarding school. When they leave the shelter of the school and the terrible truth of their fate is revealed to them, they must also confront the deep feelings of love, jealousy and betrayal that threaten to pull them apart.

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Spike Jonze’s I’m Here – Short Film Trailer

Director Spike Jonze’s I’m Here – robot love-story short film – set in an Absolut contemporary Los Angeles, premieres tonight @ Egyptian Theatre @ 8:30pm as part of Sundance Film Festival 2010‘s Shorts Program I. Enjoy the theatrical trailer is below.

Absolut Vodka

I’m Here tells the story of a male robot Librarian that meets a free-spirited and adventurous female robot and stars Andrew Garfield [Boy A] and and Sienna Guillory. The short film was funded by Absolut Vodka.

Go ahead and poke around and

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The Imaginarium of Doctor Parnassus – Trailer

It’s here – finally – the trailer of director Terry Gilliam’s The Imaginarium of Doctor Parnassus. The trailer conveys the central story and a peek into Heath Ledger’s Tony character and Johnny Depp, Jude Law and Colin Farrell as Imaginarium Tony #1, #2 and #3 respectively. Check out the embed video below, it’s a must-see film –

In The Imaginarium of Doctor Parnassus, a traveling magician sells his daughter to the devil in exchange for a life of extraordinary powers.

Andrew Garfield’s Boy A – Movie Trailer

Actor Andrew Garfield (The Imaginarium of Doctor Parnassus & Lions for Lambs) stars as Jack Burridge / Eric Wilson in director John Crowley’s Boy A based on Jonathan Trigell’s novel of the same name. Click the image below to view the trailer – enjoy.

The Weinstein Company

Boy A opened in limited theaters on Wednesday, July 23. Andrew Garfield is repped by Jack Whigham, Joel Lubin and Rick Kurtzman @ Creative Artists Agency (CAA), and Kate Bryden @ Gordon and French.

John Crowley is repped by Jeremy Barber and Shana Eddy @ United Talent Agency, and Jenne Casarotto and Jodi Shields @ Casarotto Ramsay & Associates Ltd.

Synopsis: Jack has a terrible secret. He is really the notorious Boy A who committed a terrible crime when he was just a child. Recently released from a juvenile prison, he enters a world he has never been part of. He is haunted by his grim past, and is more a boy than a man at 24. His caseworker Terry sees the good in him and does everything in his power to give Boy A a second chance. Boy A chooses the name Jack and is set up with a job, a home and the opportunity for a new life. He bonds with Chris and finds a girlfriend in Michelle, both co-workers who witness Jack’s newfound compassion and loyalty. As relationships develop, he is torn between the deceit in concealing his past and the potential exoneration by revealing his crime. Jack no longer doubts his capacity to love and has more to lose than ever. He seeks Terry’s approval to confess the truth to Michelle but is implored to keep his secret for fear of his own safety. Spending 14 years in prison has done nothing to persuade the public he’s paid his dues. Accompanying his release is a widespread, media frenzy which re-ignites public indignation. The crime and trial are covered as current news and feed a hunger for revenge. Although Jack bears little resemblance to the young Boy A, it becomes increasingly clear that the past may be impossible to escape.

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