Andrew Garfield Script

Many people who watched The Amazing Spiderman (2012) were probably surprised to see someone other than Tobey Maguire playing the lead role. To add to that confusion, was the fact that the person whom was playing Spiderman was a complete newbie to the film industry! Or was he?

            Andrew Garfield, an American actor who was raised in England, has been acting for quite a while. His film career started at about the same time as Emma Stone’s first appearance in Superbad (2007). In addition, he had starred in many shows in England, where he was raised.

However, he somehow has stayed under the radar until his recent leading role in the new Spiderman film. What caused him to stay under for so long? He had appeared in many popular films including The Other Boleyn Girl (2008) and the award winning The Social Network (2010).

Sometimes staying under the radar can be a blessing to an actor or screenwriter. Being under the radar allows a person more flexibility in the types of roles that they choose. They can diversify their character and determine what types of personalities they want to be known for, if any.

For Garfield, all that patience paid off. He is now a hero to moviegoers nationwide and will find a lot of respect in the film industry.


  1. (2012) The Amazing Spider-Man
  2. (2010) The Social Network Script
  3. (2010) Never Let Me Go Script ($)
  4. (2009) The Imaginarium of Doctor Parnassus Script
  5. (2009) Air
  6. (2008) The Other Boleyn Girl Script
  7. (2007) Lions for Lambs [Transcript]
  8. (2007) Boy A [Transcript]

Aaron Sorkin Movie Scripts

Aaron Sorkin is revered as one of the most successful screenwriters in Hollywood. Despite his initial background as an actor, his unmatched skill for writing has made him one of the most sought after cinematic scribes in the world.

After writing the modern classic A Few Good Men (1992), Sorkin quickly climbed the ranks of showbusiness by using television as a means of showcasing his knack for sharp dialogue and strong, intelligent characters.

More popularly recognized for his work in the West Wing, Sorkin had only recently begun turning his skills back towards the big screen. Here is a collection of Sorkin’s feature-length screenplays:

1.The Social Network Script (2010)
2. Charlie Wilson’s War Script (PDF) (2007)
3. The American President Script (1995)
4. Malice Script (1993)
5. A Few Good Men Script (1992)