English-American actor Andrew Garfield is the latest in a line of actors to be accused of having angry words or two with onlookers who were reportedly ‘distracting’ the filming of his latest movie “We Live In Time”. The movie, which stars Garfield and actress, Florence Pugh, is a romantic comedy being shot in southwest London.
The incident allegedly occurred Monday, April 3rd, when onlookers claimed that Garfield had asked them to open the window of their flat, before threatening them for distracting him from his work. A video was later posted to the gossip website Deux Moi, showing Garfield speaking to the flat, although no audio was available.
One Twitter user posted,
THIS IS THE ACTUAL VIDEO. NO YELLING. HE JUST SIGNALS THEM TO STOP. DELETE THIS TWEET pic.twitter.com/M5mBBDtwxE
— (Gökhan) Andrew Garfield’ın Öz Evladı (@nitroadee) April 11, 2023
The same day, Garfield and Pugh were spotted enjoying a coffee at a small farmers market, where they reportedly picked up some fruit and veg. The film’s plot is largely unknown, although it is being described as a ‘funny, deeply moving and immersive love story’. It will be directed by John Crowley, with a script written by Nick Payne.
Florence Pugh and Andrew Garfield on the set of ‘WE LIVE IN TIME’ pic.twitter.com/J3WSDqwQWt
— Florence Pugh Photos (@pughphotos) April 3, 2023
This incident is the latest in a series of incidents involving actors becoming irate with audiences. Last week, police were called to the Palace Theatre in Manchester when the show starring former Pussycat Doll Melody Thornton had to be stopped twice due to rowdy behavior from the crowd.
The news has caused a stir amongst fans of Garfield, with many taking to social media to express their views on the matter. While some have expressed sympathy for the actor, others have criticized his behavior and argued that the onlookers were not ‘distracting’ him, but simply observing the filming.