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Andrew Garfield Wouldn't Mind Being Stranded on Desert Island With Emma Stone

AceShowbiz Friday, 2 December 2016
Andrew Garfield Wouldn't Mind Being Stranded on Desert Island With Emma StoneThe 'Hacksaw Ridge' star admits that he still loves his ex-girlfriend, 'La La Land' star Emma Stone.
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Andrew Garfield Says He Still Loves Emma Stone Andrew Garfield admitted that he still has love for his ex-girlfriend, Emma Stone. The couple may have ended their relationship last year, but that doesn’t mean they don’t love each other anymore. During a new interview with The Hollywood Reporter,...

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