You're going to be hearing a lot about Armie Hammer in the coming months, because whether he's clapping back at James Woods or talking about his maybe kinky love of knots, the American stud is on a full promotional push...
The chances are, your favourite celebrity isn't running their own Twitter account. Social media management is a fascinating occupation of the modern age. It forces corporations to adopt a façade of personable warmth and achingly cool personality to shill everything...
Call Me By Your Name arrives in theaters on November 24.
Armie Hammer is the “man of power” on the cover of GQ Style‘s new issue, out on newsstands this Thursday (September 21). The 31-year-old actor and his Call Me By Your Name co-star Timothee Chalamet each have their own covers for the issue. Here is what the shared with the mag: Armie on being nervous [...]
"Having to free yourself so completely while being naked with a man...it sounds really difficult."
It appears the stars were just here for research purposes since the biopic is being shot in Montreal.
It started off as a Twitter spat between actors Armie Hammer and James Woods. Woods made a NAMBLA reference about Hammer's upcoming film (in which the latter plays a 24-year-old dating a 17-year-old), to which Hammer retorted : "Didn't you date a 19 year old when you were 60.......?" But...
Call Me by Your Name will probably be the most talked-about love story of the year after its theatrical release on Nov. 24, and deservedly so; it's an aesthetically beautiful, tender love story. The movie works so well because of a lyrical...Show More Summary
The Twitter feud rages on!! As we previously reported, James Woods went off on Armie Hammer's new movie for the relationship between a 24-year-old and his teacher's 17-year-old son. The Hollywood star clapped back, and even Amber Tamblyn stepped in, claiming the longtime actor tried to pick her up when she was only 16. James fired back [...]
Armie Hammer is calling James Woods out for a hypocritical tweet about his upcoming movie.
Actor James Woods tweeted a snide remark about the age disparity between the romantic leads in Armie Hammer's new film, "Call Me by Your Name" — and celebrities are calling him out for it. Woods tweeted, "As they quietly chip away the last barriers of decency. Show More Summary
Call Me By Your Name's Armie Hammer and actress Amber Tamblyn fired back at the noted homophobe.
They say that nipples are the window to the soul.
Do not come for Armie Hammer's film, or he will come for you—especially if you have a questionable love life yourself. That was a very specific lesson James Woods hopefully learned when the actors engaged in a tense exchange online Monday,...Show More Summary
Armie Hammer made headlines last month after leaving a comment on Henry Cavill’s Instagram account, applauding the Superman actor’s “nice nipples.” ALSO: Armie Hammer Destroys James Woods Over the Gay Relationship in His New F… Read The post Armie Hammer Explains His Affection for Henry Cavill’s Nipples: WATCH appeared first on Towleroad.
Luca Guadagnino's festival hit Call Me By Your Name -- a gay romantic drama starring Armie Hammer and Timothée Chalamet in the story of a graduate student who falls in love with his professor's underage son -- has received rave reviews (currently 98% fresh on Rotten Tomatoes) and Oscar buzz, all ahead of its Nov. Show More Summary
Amid the feud between Armie Hammer and James Woods, Amber Tamblyn stepped in to share an interesting tidbit about the 70-year-old! As you may have already seen, the controversial star criticized the Call Me By Your Name actor over the film's depicting of a romantic relationship between a 24-year-old and 17-year-old. The hunky star had no [...]
It started when Woods equated Armie Hammer’s new film with apologists for pedophilia. It ended with Woods forced to deny he had attempted to pick up a 16-year-old actress.
Yesterday, James Woods tweeted this: As they quietly chip away the last barriers of decency. #NAMBLA https://t.co/WqAnYxB604— James Woods (@RealJamesWoods) September 11, 2017 In response to this: Armie Hammer Reads from the New Audiobook for 'Call Me By Your Name'...