To Vogue, singular, she talked about panic attacks, the importance of being an actress, and fashion.
Garfield, Spider-Man’s producer Matt Tolmach, and director Marc Webb also praised her repeatedly, using words like “thrilling,” “stunning,” spontaneous,” and “disarming.”
“I’m not saving lives. But I get to tell stories, and that’s a pretty important task.”
Fashion’s effect on people:
“It makes them feel like it’s an extension of themselves.”
Her anxiety: “I was just kind of immobilized by it, I didn’t want to go to my friends’ houses or hang out with anybody, and nobody really understood.”
Making people laugh: “[Being on stage] gave me a sense of purpose. I wanted to make people laugh, Comedy was my sport. It taught me how to roll with the punches. Failure is the exact same as success when it comes to comedy because it just keeps coming. It never stops.”
Relieving stress during the filming of The Amazing Spider–Man: “I think I felt really out of control of my surroundings, I was just baking all the time. It seemed like it made me feel, if I put these in, I’ll know what the outcome is.”