Andrew Garfield is reportedly ready to chop off his long hair, which he grew for his role of Jesus priest in Martin Scorsese's “Silence.” The actor recently revealed to Eonline that he thinks long hair is a “hassle” and he is “over it.”
Speaking about his look in “Silence” the actor said, “I had to kind of get lost in the wilderness [in Silence] so no barber shops in the wilderness in the 1600s in Japan.”
“Silence” is about two Jesus priests, who face viciousness when they travel to Japan to find their mentor and to spread Christianity. The name of Garfield’s character is Father Rodrigues. It also stars Adam Driver and Liam Neeson and will open in 2016.
Garfield has been spotted wearing long locks on many occasions. According to the website, he had stepped out sporting his new hair-do for a lunch date in Los Angeles with his girlfriend Emma Stone.
Meanwhile, Garfield recently spoke about the plotline of “The Amazing Spider-Man 3.” The actor said to Cinema Blend that film was supposed to focus on the emotional journey of Peter Parker after the death of Gwen Stacey (Watson). He said that he had even done workshops for the film.
“We thought to kind of start from the base level, the foundational level of where have we left Peter and where do we want to see him go and what’s logical,” he added.
“The Amazing Spider-Man 3” has been reportedly canned and Marvel and Sony Pictures have decided to reboot the Spider-Man series. The new Spider-Man film will feature British actor Tom Holland and will be focus on Peter Parker’s high school years. Garfield is reportedly quite excited to see Holland in the role of web slinger as he said in his previous interview with Eonline.
“He's just a brilliant actor. I can't wait to watch. I just can't wait to be a fan again and just watch and enjoy myself watching,” he said.