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OK! Exclusive: Andrew Garfield Wants To Move Out Of L.A. With Late-Night Partying Emma Stone So They Could Be A ‘Housebound Couple’ Again

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Jun. 26 2015, Published 6:41 p.m. ET

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Emma Stone isn’t a single lady anymore, but getting back together with Andrew Garfield isn’t stopping her from acting like one! Andrew is so worried about Emma’s late-night partying that he wants to move back to New York to become the homebody couple they once were.

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“Emma reconnected with her old party crew and became a fixture at all the late-night parties,” a source exclusively told OKMagazine.com of the couple of three years, who went on a break for six weeks while Andrew was filming Silence in Taiwan.

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The Aloha actress reuniting with her friends has her boyfriend “worried” and “freaked.” “They were a very conservative and housebound couple when they were in New York so he’s desperate for them to relocate back there or find a nice country house outside of L.A.,” the source explained. “He doesn’t want her to ruin her life by becoming a heavy partier like a lot of her L.A. friends.”

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When the A-list couple went on a break in early April, reports claimed that busy schedules and long-distance was to blame. “They still have a rocky road ahead of them because their personalities and goals are so different,” the insider said. “But he’s hoping he can find them a theater gig together on Broadway to entice her.”

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