Florence Pugh and Andrew Garfield to Direct Romance ‘We Live in Time’
After this year’s Oscars Florence Pugh And Andrew Garfield will be sharing the screen again, this time for a feature film. According to Deadline, the duo are in negotiations for leadership We live in time by Studio Canal. The film is described as “a funny, deeply moving and immersive love story”. All other details about the plot are being kept under wraps for the time being.
The film is directed by the BAFTA winner John Crowleyof movies like helmed Brooklyn And The Goldfinch. Although he primarily focuses on the movie side of things, he has also directed episodes of shows including True detective and recently life after life. We live in time is written by The crown‘S Nick Payne. His last venture was writing the screenplay for Netflix The last letter from your lover. StudioCanal developed with Sunny March set to produce.
Throughout their careers, Pugh and Garfield have demonstrated their versatile acting skills, making them the perfect duo for the upcoming feature film. While Pugh has starred in several notable films since the mid-2010s, she made a splash as a leading lady Ari Aster‘S midsummer. Even with the memes that followed, Pugh made a big impression on audiences. She followed with her role as Amy March in the 2019 rendition little woman, and has since built up a solid repertoire. Most recently, she fueled the argument by playing the lead role don’t worry darlingand DreamWorks’ Puss in Boots: The Last Wish. Pugh will be there as the next star Christopher nolan‘S OppenheimerMarvel’s The thunderboltsAnd Dune: Part Two.
Similarly, Garfield appeared in several films and TV shows, but his first breakthrough came with David FincherOscar-winning feature of The social network, which chronicled the development of Facebook. A few years later, Garfield joined the MCU and stepped into the Spidey suit as Peter Parker/Spider-Man The Incredible Spiderman. He starred in the sequel and reprized the role for Spider-Man: No Way Home. Along the way, Garfield starred in films that explored real and fictional stories, including metal saw burr, Be silent, 99 houses, tick tick… BOOM!and the TV series Under the banner of heaven. He will be the next star Hot air.
We live in time currently has no expected release window. The aim is to start production this year. In the meantime, check out our interview with Garfield and his Under the banner of heaven co-star Gil Birmingham.