Andrew Garfield & Florence Pugh Reportedly Starring In New Romance Movie

It has been announced that Andrew Garfield and Florence Pugh will co-star in the upcoming film We Live in Time.
The two Oscar nominees are two of the most beloved Hollywood actors, thanks in large part to their portrayals of Marvel Comics' Peter Parker/Spider-Man and Yelena Belova, respectively.
Both Garfield and Pugh have been nominated for many Academy Awards for the parts they played. Garfield for Hacksaw Ridge and tick, tick...BOOM!, and Pugh for Little Women.

Today, after only having presented together at the 2023 Academy Awards, Garfield and Pugh are said to be starring in the upcoming film We Live in Time.
According to Deadline, both have begun bargaining for roles in the picture, though no contracts have been signed as of yet.
Stars Bradley Cooper and Cate Blanchett recently surprised Oscar watchers by presenting the Best Original and Best Adapted Screenplay prizes jointly, and their connection won over many viewers who had no idea they were working together.

We Live in Time is being billed as a "funny, emotionally poignant, and absorbing love story," but the narrative specifics are being kept under wraps.
Nick Panye, who also penned The Last Letter from Your Lover for Netflix, is now working on the script.
John Crowley, who directed the Oscar-nominated film Brooklyn and the first four episodes of Life After Life, has joined the team as the film's director.
Even if Garfield and Pugh are able to finalize their contracts, We Live in Time still hopes to begin production this year.

After starring in Don't Worry Darling, The Wonder, and Puss in Boots: The Last Wish in 2022, Pugh has a busy year ahead of her: she's set to appear in A Good Person, Christopher Nolan's Oppenheimer, and Dune: Part Two this year, and she'll soon begin filming her role as Storm in the MCU's Thunderbolts.
Actor Andrew Garfield, fresh off an Emmy nomination for his role in Under the Banner of Heaven, will play Richard Branson in the upcoming limited series Hot Air.
Audiences got a taste of the chemistry between Garfield and Pugh when the two presented at the Oscars, and now they'll be working together in We Live in Time.