Florence Pugh and Andrew Garfield In Talks to Star In ‘We Live In Time’

Florence Pugh, Andrew Garfield

Exciting news for romantic film buffs: Academy Award nominees Florence Pugh and Andrew Garfield are in negotiations to co-star in the StudioCanal project We Live In Time. 

The news comes just days after the two presented at the Oscars together and went viral for their obvious on-screen chemistry.

Needless to say, it’s very exciting news that the pair are rumoured to share the screen again, this time in an “immersive love story” set to be directed by John Crowley, best known for his 2015 romantic period drama film Brooklyn. Florence Pugh and Andrew Garfield in love on the big screen? It’s what we all deserve in 2023.

While the details of We Live In Time are still hush-hush, the project has already been described as a love story that is “funny and deeply moving”, with production starting later this year.

Pugh and Garfield are yet to star in a project together, but the pair are arguably two of Hollywood’s hottest commodities right now. Pugh has had a huge 12 months, appearing in Netflix’s The Wonder and, of course, starring opposite Harry Styles in 2022’s very controversial Don’t Worry, Darling. 2023 is going to be just as big for the It Girl, with a slew of releases including Christopher Nolan’s Oppenheimer, Dune Part Two, and Marvel’s Thunderbolts, where she’ll be reprising her role as Yelena Belova.

While he first made a household name for himself as Peter Parker in Spider-Man, Garfield has continued to take the acting world by storm, with his performance in the limited series Under the Banner of Heaven earning him Emmy and SAG Award nominations.

The screenplay for We Live In Time is set to be written by Nick Payne, who’s known for his work on The Last Letter from Your Lover and The Crown.

No release date has been slated yet for the film, but given the rapport Pugh and Garfield had at the Oscars, we’re confidently predicting their on-screen chemistry will set many tongues wagging – but let’s just hope the press tour turns out nothing like Don’t Worry, Darling.

Watch Florence Pugh and Andrew Garfield present at the Oscars:

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