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Andrew Garfield Looks Sharp at Met Gala 2018!

Andrew Garfield looked so handsome while hitting the carpet at the 2018 Met Gala!

The 34-year-old actor stepped out at the annual event on Monday evening (May 7) at the Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York City.

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He rocked a red suit jacket and patent leather shoes.

Andrew last attended the Met Gala back in 2014, when he walked the carpet with then-girlfriend Emma Stone.

While it doesn’t look like Andrew and Emma ran into each other on the carpet this year, the former couple have only said nice things about each other since the breakup!

FYI: Andrew is wearing Tom Ford.

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Tina Fey, Andrew Garfield & More React To Their Tony Awards 2018 Nominations!

Tina Fey happily poses alongside her husband Jeff Richmond while attending the 2018 Tony Awards: Meet The Nominees Press Junket held on Wednesday (May 2) in New York City.

The happy couple were joined at the event by their Mean Girls stars Taylor Louderman, Grey Henson and Ashley Park, Angels in America‘s Andrew Garfield, Nathan Lane and Denise Gough, and Harry Potter and the Cursed Child‘s Jamie Parker, Noma Dumezweni and Anthony Boyle, Lobby Hero‘s Michael Cera and Brian Tyree Henry.

Also in attendance were Denzel Washington, Laurie Metcalf, Condola Rashad, David Morse, The Band’s Visit stars Tony Shalhoub, Katrina Lenk and Ari’el Stachel, Children of a Lesser God‘s Lauren Ridloff, Ariana DeBose, and My Fair Lady‘s Lauren Ambrose and Harry Hadden-Paton.

This year, Mean Girls received the most nominations with 12 total: “It’s incredibly thrilling. I am just ecstatic that these nominations are coming to every department — they’re so well deserved,” Tina expressed (via NY Times). “And I cannot lie: I cried a little bit in the middle of Equinox this morning, and not because my workout was too hard — I do not push myself at the gym.”

“It’s our day off from the show so I was trying and failing to sleep inasmuch as possible,” Andrew added about when he found out. “But I was, of course, excited just knowing that the nominations were coming out today. I’m usually very good at turning my phone off and getting myself enough sleep. I was just too excited.”

FYI: Laurie is wearing Via Spiga boots.

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Andrew Garfield Celebrates 'Angels In America' Opening Night with Broadway Cast!

Andrew Garfield is dapper in a suit while attending the Broadway opening night after party for Angels in America held at Espace on Sunday (March 25) in New York City.

The 34-year-old actor was joined at the event by his co-star Denise Gough, Nathan Lane, Lee Pace, Curt James, Nathan Stewart-Jarrett, Rowan Ian Seamus Magee, Genesis Oliver, Amy Blackman, Ron Todorowski, Lee Aaron Rosen, Beth Malone, Susan Brown and Amanda Lawrence.

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Angels in America is a two-part Broadway performance. Part One, Millennium Approaches and Part Two, Perestroika are sold together – Get your tickets here!

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Andrew Garfield & Nathan Lane Host 'Angels in America' National Theatre's Gala!

Andrew Garfield is dapper in a suit while hitting the carpet at The American Associates of the National Theatre’s Gala celebrating Angels in America held on Sunday (March 11) at the Ziegfeld Ballroom in New York City.

The 34-year-old actor was joined at the event by his co-stars Nathan Lane and Beth Malone, as well as playwright Tony Kushner and National Theatre artistic director Rufus Norris.

Also in attendance to show their support for the play was Debra Messing, and Patrick Wilson who was accompanied by his wife Dagmara Dominczyk.

Angels in America is a two-part Broadway performance. Part One, Millennium Approaches and Part Two, Perestroika are sold together – Get your tickets here!

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Andrew Garfield Says There's 'No Humanity' in Politics Right Now

Andrew Garield smoulders on the cover of the latest issue of Variety alongside Angels in America playwright Tony Kushner.

Here’s what the 34-year-old star of the upcoming Broadway play told the mag:

Andrew on spirituality: “I’m interested in the timeless. I think without a spiritual dimension, life becomes meaningless — and I use ‘spiritual’ in a very general sense. I think it’s a spiritual practice to believe humans are more decent than they are not. That feels like it’s very faith-based. Hope is a spiritual exercise.”

Andrew on politics: “Every week there’s going to be people coming into the theater with new rage…There’s no humanity in politics right now, especially on the right. It’s evident we’re in trouble. There need to be new laws. There needs to be a new regime created. There’s this extremism on all sides right now, and I think what Tony gives us at the end of this play is a balanced vision of a future that’s led by deep listening, compassion, community, empathy and awareness of our interconnectedness. And I guess, ultimately, love.”

Andrew on working on a marathon play: “There’s something about the exhaustion. It’s like doing a sweat lodge. Because it’s 7 1⁄2 hours, you never have a great show. We all come o at the end of a two-show day and go, ‘It was f–king great, and it was fucking awful.’ But as soon as I start to feel sorry for myself that I’ve been given this duty of attempting to make sense of this play and give it to people, I immediately get knocked sideways. I go, ‘Shut the fuck up. This is such a privilege to honor the souls that didn’t make it through and to honor the souls that did.”

You can read Andrew‘s full interview at Variety.com.

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