Andrew Garfield stepped out solo in Malibu yesterday to grab a midafternoon ice cream cone. He's coming off a super busy Summer that included shooting, and later talking up at Comic-Con, The Amazing Spider-Man. Andrew's just lined up his next high-profile gig, which will be starring in the Broadway revival of Death of a Salesman opposite Philip Seymour Hoffman. It's Andrew's first foray into theater, and he joins an elite group of British actors like Carey Mulligan, Daniel Radcliffe, Jude Law, and Sienna Miller who have all graced the stage in NYC during recent years. Andrew's superhero adaptation won't be in theaters until June 2012, though Sony has high hopes for the franchise and already announced plans to release The Amazing Spider-Man 2 as soon as 2014.
Andrew Garfield Celebrates His Big Broadway News With an Ice Cream Cone
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