When we asked fans for questions for Andrew Garfield, the response was overwhelming, so we tried to ask him as many as we could in 99 seconds!
Why 99? Garfield stars in the upcoming thriller 99 Homes as Dennis Nash, a father who is desperately trying to get his house back after his family is evicted.
While a minute and 39 seconds is never enough time to chat with the 31-year-old actor, we were able to find out about his role through the questions that fans sent us on Twitter.
The inspiration behind his character comes from what he wants in life. "I have a longing to be a father myself. Being a dad is something I'd to be at some point," he admitted.
As for his American accent in the movie, it’s not as hard for him as you may think. "My father is American. I've had his accent in my ear all my life," he said. (Garfield was born in Los Angeles.)
It's also not too difficult for him to play a man with handyman skills.
"I do a little bit of carpentry," he shared. "I make things out of wood with my hands, and it's something that's in my family history."
Family is part of "home" for him, but the meaning of the word isn't just "those you love." It's "those that you don't love that you have to find home with," he said.
99 Homes hits theaters on Sept. 25.
Check out the video above to see the 99 seconds we had with Garfield.