Los Angeles (USA), April 27 (EFE). Andrew Garfield was nominated for Best Actor in the latest edition of the Academy Awards, and will be leaving acting after the miniseries “Under the Banner of Heaven” to “relax a bit and reset the future,” the actor himself revealed Wednesday in an interview with Variety.
“I have to reconsider what I want to do next, what I want to be and feel like a normal person for a while,” the interpreter explained.
The past year has been particularly intense for Garfield, who earned his second Hollywood Oscar nomination for “Tick, Tick…Boom!” He participated in other famous works such as “The Eyes of Tami Faye”.
In 2022, the American actor will turn 39 and wanted to take a break after “awards season eroded”, although he didn’t want to interpret that as a complaint about his recognition.
“I just want to be a normal person for a while,” Garfield insisted.
Before his temporary retirement, the actor can be seen in the short series “Under the Banner of Heaven” for the Hulu platform, which is an adaptation of the “true crime” genre homonym that writer Jon Krakauer published in 2003.
This seven-episode production features Garfield teaming up with such actors as Sam Worthington, Daisy Edgar-Jones, Wyatt Russell, and Rory Culkin. EFE
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