Florence Pugh and Andrew Garfield spotted filming in small UK town
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Florence Pugh and Andrew Garfield were seen filming together in the most random UK location.
The pair of Hollywood A-listers, who are rumoured to be starring in a new rom-com together, were spotted in a town with a population of just over 10,000.
Last month, the internet went wild after the duo arrived on stage together to present the Best Original Screenplay and Best Adapted Screenplay prizes at the Oscars.
People were pretty delighted by the pairing and they were both seemed to be having a great time with one another.
And just a couple days later, Deadline reported that the British actors are in negotiations to co-star in We Live In Time, a romantic drama from the BAFTA-winning director of Brooklyn, John Crowley.
Pugh also confirmed that the pair were in a movie together while on the The Tonight Show starring Jimmy Fallon: "We are doing a movie together… don't worry that's not a lie. We are doing a movie together.
"I met him the day before in rehearsals and we instantly got along and I was taking the p*ss out of him and he loved it and he was taking the p*ss out of me and I loved it. It was great!"
But the strangest thing to come out of all this is a viral video that's been posted on TikTok, showing both Pugh and Garfield appearing to be filmed together by a movie crew - outside a Co-op - in Blackfen, south-east London.
"Why blackfen tho out of everywhere," one viewer commented.
While another added: "blackfen co op of all places."
"INFRONT OF A CO OP TOO," a third user said.
"No way co op is making it's debut in the MCU," a fourth quipped, as another joked: "hope they got what they needed from the co op x"
Others were just solely focused on how big the Co-op was, as one user said: "More importantly why is the Co op this big?"
"I'm thinking the same thing," someone else echoed.
I mean, Pugh did recently say that she doesn't want to be a 'one trick pony', so I guess it kind of makes sense why she felt like doing a scene out of a big Co-op was the way to go.
"I think when I signed on to do Marvel, I was really kind of saddened by the fact that the indie movie world were like, 'Great, now she's gone, she's never going to come back'," she told Digital Spy last month.
"I was always a bit miffed about that because I've never seen myself as a one-trick pony. I don't want to do the same thing over and over again."