After a year of hard work, in April is this year, Andrew Garfield confessed to the magazine Variety that he would take a break from acting, since we all witnessed the waste of talent that he gave us in 2021, with Spider-Man: No Way Home, Tick, Tick… Boom! Y Tammy Faye’s eyes so give yourself a break it was the least the 39-year-old actor could do to celebrate a period of sacrifice and sweat.
I need to recalibrate and rethink what I want to do next and who I want to be is just a normal person for a while.
And although we know that all artists deserve to try to be as “normal” as possible, the truth is that their celebrity quality does not allow them to achieve that lifestyle in its entirety. That is why, despite the time off camera, the magazine G.Q. from the United Kingdom chose Andrew as one of the Men of the Year, in recognition of that magnificent acting season that dazzled the audience and critics.
Knowing this, be prepared to thank G.Q. the photo session that accompanies his most recent publication, without a doubt, will be the best of your day. Wearing Alexander McQueen, Gucci and Saint Laurent, Andrew Garfield posed topless and in leather pants on the desert dunes for photographer Luke Gilford.
Now read it slower, shirtless and in leather pants on the desert dunes. We know that the protagonist of To a man It is quite attractive without the need for a professional photographer to immortalize it with his camera, but boy has he surprised with this session, since he has taken the air out of more than one and here we leave you the proof. No problem.
All that let go Emma Stone
How is so much perfection possible?
Mr. Krabs, I can’t feel my legs
Go with the old man. The old that:
The images quickly became a trend and with this came a huge wave of reactions which, honestly, sums up what we all thought after seeing the British actor in the fascinating session. Below we leave you the best.
And what do you have?!
‘I mean, I’m not easy, but who knows?’
I just want to say that no one in this chat is going to heaven.
This does not define us as people.
Looking, not so respectfully.