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Emma Stone and Andrew Garfield Split

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Emma Stone and Andrew Garfield have reportedly split up after four years of dating.
A source close to the couple confirm to UsMagazine.com “They still have a lot of love for one another and they are on good terms with each other and remain close. It just wasn’t working.”

Garfield, 32, and Stone, 26, met on the set of The Amazing Spider-Man in 2011. The Jewish actor was cast as Peter Parker and she as Gwen Stacy.

The couple has been busy working earlier this year while break-up rumors published for the first time. Garfield spent five months in Taiwan filming the Martin Scorsese’s historic-drama, Silence, while Stone has been shooting La La Land in Los Angeles with Ryan Gosling.

 

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In a September interview with USA TODAY, Garfield, about to take off to Australia to shoot Mel Gibson’s WWII film, Hacksaw Ridge, seemed to be floundering. “I am not OK, ” he said. “That feels really good to say to you. I’m really not all right. I’m in the struggle of being a person. I haven’t got anything figured out.”

tv3.ie report: “Rumors the couple were no longer together first started swirling after Andrew was allegedly spotted leaving the Pelicano bar in Sydney, Australia with a mysterious young blonde woman last Saturday night (10.24.15).

According to local radio station KISS 106.5 a number of eyewitness yelled, ‘Where’s Emma Stone?’ and he is said to have replied: “We’re not together anymore.”

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