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Andrew Garfield: 'I'd like to be stranded with my ex'

Published 02/12/2016

Andrew Garfield
Andrew Garfield

The former Spider-Man has desert island dreams with Emma Stone.

Andrew Garfield still has the hots for ex-girlfriend Emma Stone.

The Amazing Spider-Man star, who dated the actress for four years until they broke up last year (15), admits she's the only person he'd like to be stranded with.

Asked who he'd most like to hang out with on a desert island in a new The Hollywood Reporter roundtable chat with Joseph Gordon-Levitt, Jeff Bridges, Casey Affleck, Mahershala Ali, and Dev Patel, the Brit didn't hesitate.

"Emma Stone," he said. "I love Emma. She's all right. She can come."

Meanwhile, Gordon-Levitt confessed he'd like to be stranded with late movie legend Orson Welles and Affleck thought it would be cool to spend time with Sunny Pawar, the young star of Patel's new movie Lion.

Bridges got a little sentimental and suggested his late father, actor Lloyd Bridges, would make the perfect desert island companion, and Slumdog Millionaire star Patel opted for his movie hero.

"It would have to be Bruce Lee, man," he said. "I am the biggest Bruce Lee fan."

Meanwhile, elsewhere in The Hollywood Reporter chat, Affleck revealed he'd like to take a long break from acting and hang out with Bridges, adding, "There are a lot of things I'd like to do... My mum is a teacher, so I spent my life in a classroom with her after school. I could see doing that. It seems like fun."

And Bridges would like to focus on pottery, stating, "I don't have a kiln (but) I love to go to this place where there's a guy who is a master whom I can hang with, and a little communal camaraderie is nice. But now, at 67, I'm living a teenage dream, man. I've got a little band, and we jam. We get out there and just have a ball."

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