The Amazing Spider-Man couple Andrew Garfield and Emma Stone don’t like talking about their real life relationship, but they used their star power and the paparazzi for a good cause yesterday morning in New York City. The two knew that photographers were waiting for them as they are breakfast, so they covered their faces with note cards as they walked down the street when they were done.
Stone’s sign read:
“Good morning! We were eating and saw a group of guys with cameras outside. And so we thought, let’s try this again. We don’t need the attention, but these wonderful organizations do —>”
Garfield’s sign said:
The Huffington Post has more information about the charities that Garfield and Stone were promoting:
The couple’s signs include links to the Youth Mentoring Connection, a nonprofit that provides worksite and community mentoring for teens, and Autism Speaks, an advocacy organization that sponsors autism research, awareness and outreach.
Garfield wrote “don’t forget,” on his card before listing the other websites as a reference to the first time the couple pulled off this clever stunt. Back in September 2012, the couple realized they were being photographed and quickly scribbled down messages advocating for Gilda’s Club, which supports those living with cancer, and Worldwide Orphans Foundation, which provides healthcare and education to orphaned children.
It must be annoying to be followed around by the paparazzi all day, but at least Garfield and Stone were able to use their creativity to help promote some charities that mean a lot to them.
SOURCE: The Huffington Post