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Andrew for E! News

Andrew Garfield was just nominated for his first Oscar for his work in Hacksaw Ridge, but he already knows whom he’s bringing to the big show and shared with E! News.

“I think I’m going to bring my dad out,” Garfield tells me. “I think it’s something he’d love to share with me. It’s a big deal for him and he’s the one who made me fall in love with movies when I was a kid.”

Will there be a repeat of Garfield’s same-sex celebrity kissing at the Oscars à la his recent lip-locks with Ryan Reynolds and Stephen Colbert?

“It depends on who they sit me next to,” he said, laughing. “If they’re smart they’ll sit me next to someone that I’m attracted to.” And who would that be, Mr. Garfield? He laughed again, “In that room, I don’t think there are many misses.”

“It’s f–king crazy,” Garfield said when I note that his Oscar competition includes Denzel Washington. “What do I do? It’s that weird feeling of, ‘When are they going to find me out?'”

Also, Marc Malkin tries hard to get him to focus during an interview about Silence and he could’nt stop laughing. Check out:

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Good Morning America

Andrew Garfield appeared live in Times Square to discuss his new film Silence. He also shares all of the details on his Golden Globes kiss with Ryan Reynolds on Good Morning America.

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“I Will Survive” for W Magazine

With the inauguration fast approaching, an all-star cast of Hollywood celebrities come together to improvise the 1979 hit “I Will Survive.” Among those channeling their inner Gloria Gaynor are Emma Stone, Andrew Garfield, Natalie Portman, Amy Adams, Matthew McConaughey, Chris Pine, Hailee Steinfeld, Felicity Jones, and Taraji P. Henson, the stars of the season’s finest films, and of W’s annual Best Performances portfolio.

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Actors on Actors: Andrew Garfield and Amy Adams

Andrew Garfield and Amy Adams chatted during a taping of Variety‘s “Actors on Actors” on a range of topics, including their portrayals of comic-book icons. For more, tune in when the fifth season premieres on PBS SoCal, presented by The Venetian Las Vegas, on January 3.