Well, it’s official (again): Broadway’s where it’s at if you wanna keep it real.
A bunch of A-List stars have headed to the Great White Way in recent years – like Daniel Craig, Hugh Jackman, Sienna Miller, Scarlett Johansson, and Denzel Washington – to stretch their acting muscle on one of the world’s biggest stages.
Last spring, Daniel Radcliffe showed everyone that he is going to be just fine now he has begun to put the Potterverse behind him, and, hey, whaddya know, here comes Andrew Garfield.
The new Spider-Man will take his mind off the craziness that awaits him next summer by making his Broadway debut in a Mike Nichols-directed revival of Death of a Salesman next spring, as Biff, the underachieving son of traveling salesman Willy Loman, who will be played by Oscar winner Philip Seymour Hoffman.
First Hunter Parrish, now Garfield....
Seems that the New York stage brings all the hotties to its boards.