Emma Stone and Andrew Garfield—beautiful couple turned beautiful, amicable exes—really aren’t back together yet, despite Stone’s rumored visits to see Garfield in London. And although some sources say the duo are just friends, two others close to Stone tell People that “the feeling between them is still romantic” and that “they never stopped caring about each other.” They would date again only “if the timing is right,” one source said.
During a break from filming The Favourite in the U.K. back in May, Stone did see Garfield perform in his play Angels in America in London, an eyewitness tells People. She “left backstage with him,” the source said.
Romance aside, Stone and Garfield are definitely mutually supportive of one another: “They care about each other and encourage the other’s career,” a source close to Stone says. “They’re great friends.”
Garfield expressed a similar sentiment about Stone to Vanity Fair in January:
I’ll speak for myself: You know, I’m her biggest fan as an artist. I’m constantly inspired by her work. I’m constantly inspired by how she handles and holds herself. So for me, I’ve—it’s been bliss to be able to watch her success and watch her bloom into the actress that she is. And it’s also been wonderful to have that kind of support for each other. It’s nothing but a beautiful thing.
How Much Money The Game of Thrones Cast Make Per Episode
“Game of Thrones” is the biggest show on television by a lot of measures, and certainly the biggest hit in HBO’s history, so it’s no surprise that its actors—the ones who have managed to survive into the seventh season—are making bank. If you’ve ever wondered exactly how much a starring role in Westeros pays, Variety now has the answers for you.
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In its 2017 salary survey, a “sampling of estimates” for the paychecks of TV’s most notable stars, the outlet revealed that Emilia Clarke, Nikolaj Coster-Waldau, Peter Dinklage, Kit Harington, and Lena Headey all make the same amount per episode: $500,000. Yes, that is per episode, meaning a full 13-episode season would bring in well over $6 million. Per their list, that’s the same as Kevin Spacey brings in for an episode of “House of Cards,” and slightly more than Claire Danes makes for an episode of “Homeland.”