‘It’s been a tough day to celebrate’

On Sunday night, Hollywood stars stood out and attended the SAG Awards Ceremony at the Barker Hangar of Santa Monica Airport in Santa Monica, California.

The glitchy event, which required a negative COVID test and proof of immunizations to attend, occurred at a strange time admittedlywhat happens to COVID-19 still claiming thousands of lives every week and Russia Invades Ukraine. One of the few actors to tackle this dramatic coincidence during E!’s red carpet carnival, is none other than herself. Andrew Garfieldwho has been nominated for his electric turn is playwright Jonathan Larson in the Netflix musical tick, tick… BOOM!

“[It’s] Garfield said. “Hold what is happening in Ukraine in our hearts. It’s strange. It’s weird that we’re getting dressed in this moment, but yeah, I’m so, so grateful to be here with our community – a community of love – and trying to bring Jonathan [Larsen] love Season.”

Garfield, 38, also got his turn as Larson, who staged the popular musical To rent as a tribute to the friends he lost to AIDS in New York City — before his own death at the age of 36.

“He doesn’t think about how he sounds; he just thinks about being heard,” suggested Garfield. “He tried to reach the deepest ear of Ronald Reagan and the halls of Congress during the AIDS epidemic. So he’s just trying to breathe his song into the unconscious mind — and heart — of all of America. So for me, it was like getting to that confident place where I felt like I could fill his lungs with mine and fill his soul with mine.” ‘It’s been a tough day to celebrate’

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