It looks like there is trouble in paradise for “The Amazing Spider-Man’s” Stonefield. Reports have surfaced that Andrew Garfield and Emma Stone are “on a break.”
Tabloid rumors that the couple was having a hard time began circulating when Garfield was noticeably absent from The Golden Globes and Oscars, where Stone was nominated for Best Supporting Actress for her role in “Birdman.”
Garfield has been overseas since January on location for an upcoming Martin Scorsese film, “Silence,” in which he plays a Jesuit priest captured during a missionary trip to Japan in the late 19th century. Stone only wrapped her turn as Sally Bowles in “Cabaret” on Broadway in March and is now preparing to promote her Cameron Crowe film, “Aloha.”
According to People’s latest report, the distance has taken a toll on the relationship — but it’s too early to say they are done for good.
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“He’s thrown himself in the project to the detriment of all else,” People’s source says. “But it’s too early to say the relationship is over.”
Garfield and Stone met in 2011 when screen testing for “The Amazing Spider-Man” and began dating in early 2012. Over the course of their three year relationship, they moved in together and were rumored to be discussing marriage. Being in a major franchise together allowed Garfield and Stone to stay in almost constant contact as they filmed and promoted “The Amazing-Spider-Man.”
Though they’ve both filmed other projects, this is the first time their schedules have conflicted and forced them apart. Stonefield fans shouldn’t be too concerned, though. Garfield will finish filming in May and return stateside. Before leaving for Taiwan he was spotted by fans attending multiple performances of “Cabaret” a week, so there’s plenty of hope once he’s out of character the two lovebirds will reconnect.
So if the paparazzi catch either of them on a stroll with someone else, just remember the wise words of Ross from “Friends.”