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Andrew Garfield and Florence Pugh Team Up for StudioCanal’s We Live in Time

Andrew Garfield and Florence Pugh are in negotiations to star in a new romance project titled We Live in Time from StudioCanal. John Crowley, who’s known for his romance drama Brooklyn, will be directing the project based on the screenplay by Nick Payne. The plot for the project is still under wraps, but it was described as “a funny, deeply moving and immersive love story.”

The announcement came after the pair were seen on stage together. Andrew Garfield and Florence Pugh just donned the stage last Sunday at the Academy Awards night as presenters. Deadline was first to report the project, but not many details about the story were revealed. Benedict Cumberbatch will act as the project’s executive producer along with Leah Clarke, Adam Ackland with Guy Heeley.


Pugh’s recent projects on the big screen includes Don’t Worry Darling, and The Wonder. She’s currently busy filming for numerous projects at the moment including A Good Person, Oppenheimer, Dune Part 2 and Marvel’s Thunderbolts. On the other hand, Garfield’s recent project includes TV series Under the Banner of Heaven as Detective Jeb Pyre. While both actors are busy filming for different projects, it was reported that the production for the project will begin later this year.

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Florence Pugh Had a Blast Working With Actors in Her Age Bracket

Florence Pugh as Princess Irulan
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With a 12-year age gap with Andrew Garfield, the actress will be at ease since she’s worked with actors older than her. Although Pugh admitted in an interview she made earlier last month with Vanity Fair that she’s delighted to work with actors in her age bracket. The actress details working with Dune 2 actors Timothée Chalamet, Zendaya, and Austin Butler. On working with the trio, she said,

“It’s actually an interesting point because for the majority of my career I’ve worked with lots of older actors that I’ve had to pinch myself for working with. I’ve learnt a lot just by watching. To do ‘Dune’ with those specific actors at the front, like Timmy [Chalamet] and Zendaya and Austin [Butler]—they are remarkable people, number one, and unbelievable actors, number two. They’re stars in their own ways, not in the cliché way of using the word. They’re just—they’re sparkly people. I’m now lucky enough to call them all my friends, which is super exciting. For me to be able to work with the ‘young Hollywood’ of the moment, and them being beautiful people, and then have them on my phone when I want to text them—to see that that’s the direction in which our industry is going is such a wonderful feeling.”

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