Andrew Garfield's wise career choices

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Liam Neeson stars in an action thriller film co-written and produced by Luc Besson. As former black ops CIA operative Bryan Mills, Neeson's character is divorced and has neglected to keep a close relationship with his teenage daughter Kim. Now that he's retired, he hopes to make up for it. However when Kim and her friend travel to Paris for a summer vacation, she's kidnapped by an Albanian gang that plans to sell her to wealthy Arabs. That's when Mills flies into action, using his CIA connections and training to fight off his daughter's captors.
February 17th, 2011

Andrew Garfield has taken the perfect approach to his career according to his 'Never Let Me Go' co-star Domhnall Gleeson.

Andrew - who will take on the role of Spider-Man in prequel 'The Amazing Spider-Man' - is currently winning rave reviews for his role as Eduardo Saverin in 'The Social Network' based on the founding of social networking site Facebook and Domhnall revealed he would love to emulate the actor's career.

He said: "I think Andrew is being very relaxed but smart about it. He didn't actively seek out to be cast as a big Hollywood type, but people just saw what a talent he is and it worked out for him. Personally if I continued to get work like I've received in the last year, I'd be extremely happy."

Domhnall, 27 - son of Irish actor Brendan Gleeson - revealed he was disappointed his movie with Andrew 'Never Let Me Go' wasn't better received but thinks people may have misunderstood its premise.

He explained to movies.ie "I worked on 'Never Let Me Go' with Keira Knightley, Carey Mulligan and Andrew Garfield. They're playing these sheltered teens just finishing school and entering the real world. I'm playing an older kid, Rodney, who is sort of wise to the world in comparison.

"I think the script really spoke to me because it is such a beautifully written story. I think part of the problem some people might have thought it was a bit of a downer - organ harvesting etc... but really it's about celebrating life and what time you have here."