The latest news doing the rounds in the entertainment industry today is that Andrew Garfield has been cast as Frankenstein’s monster. The film will be made by the legendary Mexican film Guillermo Del Toro.

And not only this, the film also includes yet one more actor from Marvel Cinematic Universe and he’s the Moon-Knight aka Oscar Isaac. The two actors from the same franchise will be seen together quite soon. Oscar will be acting as the doctor from the story of Frankenstein.

When was Andrew cast? Is it confirmed or is it just a rumor? When does the movie come out? Here are the answers to these questions.

Andrew Garfield will be playing Frankenstein Monster

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Guillermo Del Toro is making another movie for his contract with Netflix. And this time, it is based on Mary Shelley’s original 1818 novel, Frankenstein.

Although it’s not sure if Guillermo Del Toro will make the film precisely based on the novel or with a little twist of his own, like many other Hollywood films based on the same novel.

Andrew and Guillermo both have a partnership with Netflix, which is maybe why they’re both collaborating with one another to create another Netflix special.

Previously, Guillermo created the anthology series Guillermo del Toro’s Cabinet of Curiosities and his stop-motion adaptation of Pinocchio for the OTT giant Netflix.

Andrew was last seen as Jonathan Larson in the musical biopic tick, tick… BOOM! It was run by Lin-Manuel Miranda.

Andrew played the role with such passion and dedication that he won a Golden Globe Award and an Academy Awards nomination. And even before that, everybody saw the return of Amazing Spider-Man in Spider-Man: No Way Home.

More On Guillermo Del Toro’s Upcoming Frankenstein Adaptation

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Both Andrew and Guillermo are experiencing a legendary time in their careers. Their careers are in seventh heaven right now. And this clearly states the undeniable fact that their collaboration has quite a lot of potential.

Guillermo recently announced a stop-motion adaptation of Kazuo Ishigoro’s novel The Buried Giant. So Frankenstein will be after that.

The only strange thing to consider is that Guillermo was the one who is very famous for announcing things that never occur.

This means that there isn’t any confirmation about the project until something more official and concrete is announced. For that, we will must stay tuned.