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We live in time: Andrew Garfield and Florence Pugh share screen: Here’s everything you need to know


We Live In Time: Andrew Garfield and Florence Bowe will make impressive appearances. They will work together for the first time on a film that will be “funny, deeply moving, and absorbing.”

According to Deadline, it was mentioned that Irish director John Crawley may act as director for himself, which should make audiences excited to see the duo.

According to the report, We Live in Time might be ready to hit the floor by the end of 2024 if the production team goes live in the latter part of 2023.

It is reported that StudioCanal, a French film production and distribution company, is financing the upcoming motion picture We Live in Time.

Other than Andrew Garfield and Florence Poe, who will be attending?

Fans were in awe when Garfield and Pugh was presented with the award for Best Original Screenplay at the 95th Academy Awards. We Live In Time isn’t just associated with talented actors like Andrew Garfield and Florence Pugh.

Since the film has some promising names in addition to MCU stars, like Leah Clarke and Guy Heeley, other British actors who are notable members of the MCU have been included in the production crew.

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Future prospects for Florence Pugh and her upcoming film

Pugh, who created sensations in 2022 with the songs “The Wonder” and “Don’t Worry, Darling,” will appear to be paving the way for an even bigger project in 2023.

She will next appear in “A Good Person,” followed by Christopher Nolan’s “Oppenheimer” in July, and “Dune Part II” in November.

Next, in Marvel Studios’ Thunderbolts, she’ll reprise her role as assassin Yelena Belova. Which seems like a year where Florence won’t spend any downtime looking over her busy schedule.

After Florence Pugh, actor Andrew Garfield will also have a year full of hype.

An award-winning actor who has walked alongside superheroes, Garfield returned as Peter Parker in Sony’s “Spider-Man: Marvel’s No Way Home” and won an Oscar for his performance as Jonathan Larson in Tick, Tick, Bubble!, ”

Garfield starred in the FX limited series Under the Banner of Heaven, for which he received Emmy and SAG Award nominations.

With leads like him, it can be said blindly that their appearance on the big screen will certainly create buzz and wrap the audience’s head around its plot. Although no story or any other information appears.

But the news of the cast itself creates so much buzz that it can be said without any doubt that this will definitely win the hearts of the viewers.

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Joanna Swanson

Joanna Swanson is Europe correspondent at the Thomson Reuters Foundation based in Brussels covering politics, culture, business, climate change, society, economies and inclusive tech. With specific focus in breaking news, she has covered some of the world's most significant stories.