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Wednesday 23 July 2014

Stone declares love for Garfield

Emma Stone and Andrew Garfield were first linked in 2011

Emma Stone has declared her love for co-star Andrew Garfield.

The Amazing Spider-Man 2 actress has been famously tight-lipped about her romance with the actor.

But she gushed to Good Morning America: "It's like a dream to work with him. He's obviously one of the greatest actors I think we have alive today, and he's also just a remarkable human being, so I love him very much."

Emma, 25, and Andrew, 30, were first linked in 2011 and normally shy away from talking about their off-screen relationship.

But Andrew, who plays Spider-Man in the film, previously opened up about Emma, saying: "She's a full genius, or she has found her genius and she's doing it so beautifully.

"I think everyone who works with her, everyone who brushes shoulders with her or even makes eye contact with her gets a shot of sunshine."

Asked what advice she had for other women, Emma, who plays Gwen Stacey in the Spider-Man reboots, said: "I think authenticity is probably the most important thing and remaining true to yourself despite any pressure from outside forces."

"That's something I struggle with as everybody can, and I just try to kind of follow my own path," she told the show.

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