Emma Stone and Andrew Garfield tackled separate projects on behalf of The Amazing Spider-Man in NYC yesterday. As part of the "Be Amazing" volunteer initiative, Andrew visited with kids at the Albert Shanker School in Queens. He rocked a leather jacket for the appearance, then perched on a stool to talk with the students. Emma, meanwhile, went to Staten Island's Rocco Laurie School and watched the young people work on a project with change called "Common Cents." Emma kicked off her day chatting up their action movie on The Today Show, where she lavished praise on her real-life boyfriend Andrew. The duo will head to the West Coast soon to attend the LA premiere of The Amazing Spider-Man.
Emma Stone and Andrew Garfield Go Their Separate Ways to Volunteer