“What’s wrong with me?” Drew Barrymore Admits She Can Go ‘Years’ Without Sex

“What’s wrong with me?” Drew Barrymore admits she went ‘years’ without sex after Andrew Garfield revealed he was celibate for six months for a movie role

Drew Barrymore Has Revealed She Can Go ‘Years’ Without Sex After Learning Andrew garfield abstained for six months for his role in the film Silence.

On Tuesday’s episode of The Drew Barrymore Show, Drew and her co-host Ross Mathews discussed Andrew’s decision not to have sex in preparation for his role as a priest in the Martin Scorsese film.

Seemingly unimpressed with Andrew’s method acting practices, Drew, 47, said: “I was like, ‘Yeah, so?’ ‘

Candid: Drew Barrymore has revealed she could go ‘years’ without sex after learning Andrew Garfield abstained from voting for six months for his role in the movie Silence

Ross then joked, “That’s the headline: ‘Drew can go six months, no problem.'”

Drew corrected him, saying she could easily abstain from sex for “years” before adding, “What’s wrong with me that six months doesn’t seem very long?”

Method acting is a set of techniques that attempt to encourage heartfelt performances by understanding a character’s emotions, with actors sometimes using their own experiences to bring themselves closer to a character.

Drew said she understands why some actors use method acting, adding that they need to “transform and fully commit” to a character during filming.

Role: On Tuesday's episode of The Drew Barrymore Show, Drew and her co-host Ross Mathews discussed Andrew's decision not to have sex in preparation for his role as a priest in the Martin Scorsese film

Role: On Tuesday’s episode of The Drew Barrymore Show, Drew and her co-host Ross Mathews discussed Andrew’s decision not to have sex in preparation for his role as a priest in the Martin Scorsese film

She said: ‘I sure [did]on certain projects, like when I did Gray Gardens, I did this movie where I played the beloved real woman Edie Beale.

“I was so nervous that I didn’t really chat with everyone on set, I just stayed in my character.”

During Marc Maron’s WTF podcast, Andrew said there are “a lot of misconceptions about what method acting is.”

He added: “People still behave that way, and it’s not about being an asshole to everyone on set.

Honest: Drew said she could easily abstain from sex for

Honest: Drew said she could easily abstain from sex for “years” before adding, “What’s wrong with me that six months doesn’t seem very long?”

“It’s really just about living truthfully under imagined circumstances, and at the same time being really nice to the crew, and being a normal human being, and being able to drop it when you have to and stay in it when you want to stay in it. ‘

He added: “I’m a bit bothered by the idea that ‘method acting is f*****gb******t’. No, I don’t think you know what method acting is when you call it b******t, or you’ve just worked with someone who claims to be a method actor who doesn’t actually act method at all.

“It’s also very private. I don’t want people seeing the damn pipes of my toilet. I don’t want them to see me making the sausage.’

Interview: During Marc Maron's WTF podcast, Andrew said there are 'a lot of misconceptions about what method acting is'

Interview: During Marc Maron’s WTF podcast, Andrew said there are ‘a lot of misconceptions about what method acting is’

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