Emma Stone recently admitted that she’s had a ‘sad’ year following her split from Andrew Garfield.
And it seems the feelings could also be mutual as the 33-year-old British actor recently revealed he’d choose his ex to have with him on a deserted island.
‘Emma Stone. I like Emma,’ he told The Hollywood Reporter. ‘She’s all right. She will come.’
‘I really like Emma’: Andrew Garfield recently told The Hollywood Reporter that he’d choose his ex girlfriend of 4 years Emma Stone to have with him on a deserted island
The previous lovebirds became an item after meeting on set of The Amazing Spider-Man in 2011 before finally splitting last year.
Emma, 28, revealed in her recent cover interview with Vogue magazine that she has had a difficult 2016 and still misses her former love.
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The beauty described her ex as ‘someone I still love very much’, adding: ‘It’s been interesting. It has been a superb year. And sad. Pros and cons.’
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Andrew previously described the moment that he met Emma with passion and said shooting along with her was ‘wild and exciting’.
Speaking to Teen Vogue, the actor gushed: ‘It was like I woke up when she came in. She was the last person to screen-test, and I was so bored of it by then that I was mucking about I would been pretending I used to be Tom Hanks or Seth Rogen.’
‘After which she came in, and it was like diving into white-water rapids and having no desire to hang on to the side.’
Real-life chemistry: The former lovebirds became an item after meeting on set of The Amazing Spider-Man in 2011 before finally splitting last year
‘Throughout shooting, it was wild and exciting. I could not help but try to stay together with her, keep pace with her, and never let her get away. Like an animal preying on a smaller animal, but a wily smaller animal,’ he added.
Andrew has had a hectic schedule lately promoting his latest Mel Gibson directed film, Hacksaw Ridge, which recently had its world premiere at the Venice Film Festival.
The film – which hit cinemas in the U.S. on November 4 – made its debut out of competition at the festival, and was met with a ten-minute standing ovation from the audience.
The movie relies on the true story of Desmond T. Doss, who became the primary conscientious objector in American history to receive the Medal of Honor.