We recently saw some awkward candid photos of Andrew Garfield and Emma Stone taking a stroll through New York on Sunday morning and I think we all know why they were so uncomfortable now: the pesky paparazzi. I’m sure there are a lot of bonuses to being a celebrity, but I don’t know if the loss of privacy is worth it.
Garfield approached one of the cameramen and very kindly asked him to turn off the camera. Of course, the cameraman is just doing his job and refuses but I can’t help but feel bad for the Spiderman star. The cameraman justifies his filming by saying “you chose the life of a celebrity” but I wonder how many actors actually choose the life of a celebrity.
Some people might say, “well, if they don’t like it they shouldn’t go on a walk.” But, really? I think they’re entitled to a short Sunday morning walk without a parade behind them.