Entertainment Andrew Garfield felt 'liberated' playing outlandish character in Mainstream
Zoe Kravitz sports an outlandish blue wig while working on KIMI
It marks the first time Kravitz has been spotted after finishing up work on the upcoming DC Comics-based film, The Batman. Kravitz wore a gray overcoat over a bright orange zip-up hoodie and a white t-shirt.She paired her tops with a set of sweatpants and light brown Ugg-style boots.The X-Men: First Class actress notably sported an outlandish sky blue wig as she got into character as an agoraphobic tech worker.Production on KIMI began earlier this year when veteran director Steven Soderbergh was chosen to helm the upcoming feature.
Andrew Garfield felt "liberated" playing his outlandish character in Mainstream.
In the new comedy-drama, the 37-year-old actor stars as narcissistic social media influencer Link, who shoots to internet superstardom after teaming up with struggling artist Frankie, played by Maya Hawke.
Garfield confessed that Link was unlike him in so many ways, so he revelled in being able to cut loose and completely absorb himself into such an extroverted and extravagant character.
"It was fun. It was really, really fun. It's a counterintuitive thing, where I got to go and be totally free, uncensored, liberated and not care whether I'm liked, whether I'm attractive, whether I'm an idiot," he told Entertainment Tonight.
Andrew Garfield thinks Spider-Man return would be 'cool'
Andrew Garfield thinks it would be a "cool idea" for him to return as Spider-Man in a new film but insisted he hasn't been approached for the project. He told 'Entertainment Tonight': "I feel like I'm in a game of Werewolf and I'm just saying, 'I'm not the werewolf, I am not the werewolf. I promise you guys, I'm not the werewolf!' "Listen, what people are talking about is a really cool idea. And again, I haven't received a phone call, but, you know..." And Andrew admitted speculation he'll be playing Peter Parker once again is "weird" because it's not something he's thought of until now.
"It's an independent film, so there wasn't a big pressure to be this likeable hero, which is what I usually get cast as for the most part. It was really just incredibly liberating to explore that.”
The Amazing Spider-Man star also said his performance made him feel like "a six-year-old or a seven-year-old again."
"I was just playing, and I wasn't thinking about how it looked or the result. It was just totally free... not really caring about how it turns out, just throwing stuff at the wall," he explained.
Mainstream, directed by Gia Coppola, is out in the U.S. now.
Andrew Neil addresses claim had BBC shown greater loyalty he probably wouldn't have left .
ANDREW NEIL has hit out at the BBC as the presenter claimed that his exit was "unnecessary" and admitted he may never have left the Corporation.The 72-year-old has since addressed his departure and claimed that the Corporation's decision did "rankle" him.