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Tom Holland, Tobey Maguire, and Andrew Garfield in conversation with Pete Hammond on #SpiderManNoWayHome.


Andrew Garfield speaks with ET’s Matt Cohen as he’s being honored by the Palm Springs International Film Awards with the Desert Palm Achievement award for his work in ‘Tick, Tick… Boom!’ The British-American actor talks about honoring the late composer and playwright, Jonathan Larson, who wrote the stage musical of the same name and opens up about the connection to his late mother in the film. And in a movie about rejection and failure, Andrew also shares his own in the industry. The 38-year-old star also chats about returning to the ‘Spider-Man’ franchise in the newest installment, ‘Spider-Man: No Way Home,’ and reveals if he would come back to do another film. Andrew also opens up about his newfound brotherhood with fellow ‘Spider-Man’ stars Tobey Maguire and Tom Holland.


Andrew Garfield answers the web’s most searched questions about himself. Is Andrew Garfield a nice guy? Will he ever play Spider-Man again? What was his first movie? Does he know how to skate? Does he do his own stunts? Andrew answers all these questions and much more!


In this episode of “Notes on a Scene,” Andrew Garfield and ‘tick, tick…BOOM!’ director Lin-Manuel Miranda break down the scene where Jon (Garfield) gets the party started with an impromptu a capella performance of “Boho Days.” Lin-Manuel shares the odd connection him and Andrew shared in a mutual massage therapist that coupled the two of them together for this film.


Andrew Garfield (aka your favorite barista & RuPaul stan) takes on Trivia Fact Check! Check out tick, tick… BOOM! in theaters November 12 and streaming on Netflix November 19.


On this episode of Actually Me, Andrew Garfield goes undercover on the Internet and responds to real comments from Twitter, Instagram, Quora, Wikipedia, Reddit, YouTube and TikTok. Can he actually sing? Is he ready to address the rumors surrounding ‘Spider-Man: No Way Home’? Who played his favorite Spider-Man?


In the new film “Tick, Tick… Boom!”, the directorial debut of Lin-Manuel Miranda, Andrew Garfield portrays Jonathan Larson, creator of “Rent.” Visiting TODAY, he talks about learning to sing and play piano for the role. He also talks about dedicating his performance to his late mother, saying, “We all leave this life with an unfinished song … I get to continue singing her song for her.”


Andrew Garfield and Robin de Jesus sip their way through three rounds and discuss the process of bringing the story of Jonathan Larson to the screen.


Andrew Garfield talks about portraying Jonathan Larson, the creator of “Rent,” in “Tick, Tick… Boom!”


Is it normal to fall in love with Andrew Garfield after watching this interview? Asking for a friend.

This charming and talented actor already has a lot of heart-eyed fans, some of whom have even followed him home. (Please, don’t follow him home). Lucky for us, we get to see Garfield portray composer Jonathan Larson in ‘Tick, Tick… Boom!’ in select theaters and on Netflix this month. He sings, he plays piano, and he will probably make us cry.

In this video, Garfield joined Bustle to give some insight on random facts we might not have known about him. Check it out to learn more about his worst fear, best quarantine purchase, and his first kiss… which involved 16 more people than average. Garfield shows that stars are just like us: He plans on meditating but instead scrolls through his phone first thing in the morning. He also shares that he is neither a morning nor a night person and is just “very tired all the time.”

Same, Andrew Garfield. Same.