If you could vote for anything in the world, what would it be? Keep that in mind next month, which marks one of the biggest politcal months of the year. In attempt to encourage the youth of the nation to vote, the PSA video, "Vote 4 Stuff," is compiled of our favorite celebrities dishing on what they would vote for in support of the upcoming election month.
Vote 4 Stuff is a nonpartisan campaign conceived and produced by Leonardo DiCaprio and Tobey Maguire. The campaign is being used to urge voters to share what they would vote for (it could be anything!) in a 30 second video. The future outcome is aimed to drive as many people possible to register to vote and get out to the polls on November 6th.
Looks like there will be two Spideys on Broadway!
As most of us know, The Amazing Spider-Man is due in theaters this July. Before the huge buzz kicks in, star Andrew Garfield is set to make his Broadway debut. Garfield will star alongside Phillip Seymour Hoffman in the revival of Arthur Miller's Death of a Salesman.
The actor is most definitely anticipating the huge buzz this movie will receive and he becoming a household name, but before then he is enjoying some down time. The calm before the storm seems pretty appropriate.
Former Peter Parker and star of the massive Spider-Man franchise, Tobey Maguire, spoke with Andrew about how to handle the craziness of quick success on his coming out party:
Gosh, what a sucky way to celebrate your birthday.
Despite not being in the Spider-Man franchise anymore, Tobey Maguire finds himself in a sticky situation as he is being sued for a nice chunk of change in the now exposed exclusive high-stakes poker circle with other known celebrities (Leonardo DiCaprio, Ben Affleck, Matt Damon - just to name a few). Complete details of the incidents are pretty much scattered so it's still unclear.
Radar Online reports that Maguire is being sued for $311,000 he had won in Texas Hold 'em poker games from hedge fund manager Brad Ruderman, who is now currently in prison. Supposedly, Ruderman was gambling with money from his investors - around $5.2 million, which is only a small amount from the total amount he had stolen - and used to hold the poker games for about 3 years.
English actor Andrew Garfield who replaces Tobey Maguire as Peter Parker in the upcoming Spider-Man prequel is thrilled by the famous costume...and by his costar Emma Stone!
When he first wore the new shiny version of the costume, he confessed that it was a magical moment. "It was humbling and strange, and I was really moved by it. It felt right. It felt wrong. Kind of all of the above. It was just a strange, surreal moment."
In an interview given to People Magazine, the 27-year-old actor said he couldn't imagine a more talented and enthusiastic person to work with.