Warner Brother’s has released a brand new poster and some stills from Armie’s new film The Man From U.N.C.L.E.
Warner Brothers has released the trailer for Armie’s new film The Man from U.N.C.L.E..
Since taking over the site I have noticed that the gallery was missing quite a few of the photoshoots that Armie has done the past few years so I decided to work on fixing that. Now you can check out our gallery for 46 beautiful shoots of Armie.
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Elizabeth & Armie have shared some pictures of their beautiful little family including Miss Harper!
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LATIMES.COM – This screen hero has a new pint-size sidekick: Armie Hammer is a father, the Los Angeles Times has confirmed.
Hammer and his wife, Elizabeth Chambers, welcomed a daughter Monday, “The Lone Ranger” star’s rep told People exclusively, adding that both ladies were “doing great!”
The “Social Network” actor and the journalist, who married in 2010, revealed they had a baby on the way back in June.
Chambers was the guest of honor at a baby shower in early November and told Us Weekly at the time: “It was the perfect shower and way to welcome baby Hammer into the world.”
“Baby Hammer” is still the wee one’s working title at this point, as far as the public is concerned. Her name, weight and other details haven’t been released.
The baby girl arrived with the assistance of Dr. Jay Goldberg, a Hammer rep said. The doc practices out of Beverly Hills and Cedars-Sinai Medical Center.
Hammer can be seen next summer in a reboot of “The Man From U.N.C.L.E.,” starring Henry Cavill, Hugh Grant and Alicia Vikander. He’ll play Illya Kuryakin, a character David McCallum — Dr. Donald Mallard on “NCIS” — brought to the small screen in the 1960s TV series of the same name.
TV3.IE – Armie Hammer thinks there are some things child actors “shouldn’t deal with” in the industry.
Armie Hammer’s parents being against his acting dream was the “greatest thing” they ever did for him.
The 28-year-old actor has made a name for himself on both the small and big screen, having roles in TV shows like Gossip Girl, and movies including Mirror Mirror.
During the eleventh grade of high school, Armie dropped out to pursue his desired career. He previously revealed his mom and dad disowned him at the time, and looking back, the star now realises it benefited him.
“When I was about 11, I told my parents, ‘I want to act,’ and they were like, ‘No!’ And it was the greatest thing they ever did for me, because what gets child actors isn’t the fame,” he explained to the October issue of America’s Esquire. “It’s spending their developmental years associating who they are with their jobs. And then when they lose their job, it’s not like an adult who can say, ‘Sh*t! Now I need another job.’ They lose who they thought they were. There’s things in this business children shouldn’t deal with, you know?”
Armie was speaking as part of a piece exploring the people who made famous actors the men they are today.
Lenny Kravitz also joined in the conversation, and cited a family member as someone who inspired him to follow his talents.
“My grandfather made me do a lot of hard work as a kid. Getting up at five in the morning to chop wood, string it up – you know, all kinds of things that I didn’t understand as an 11-year-old,” Lenny recalled to the publication. “But it was all to teach me about discipline, follow-through; the things that would give me a really good foundation. He encouraged me to use my mind, and he encouraged me to teach him.”
ABCNEWS.COM – Armie Hammer is going to be a dad!
The “Lone Ranger” star and his wife of four years, TV host Elizabeth Chambers, are expecting a baby, a rep for the couple confirmed to ABC News.
Hammer, 27, married Chambers in 2010, around the time he got his big break as the Winkelvoss twins in “The Social Network.”
“They will be amazing parents,” a friend of the couple told ABC News. “They are such a loving couple that this is the perfect next chapter in their lives.”
Though both have careers in the limelight, the couple also owns and operates Bird Bakery eatery in Chambers’ hometown of San Antonio, Texas.
Congratulations to both Armie and Elizabeth!
THECELEBRITYCAFE.COM – Warner Bros. will be releasing the big-screen adaptation of the classic TV series The Man from U.N.C.L.E. less than a year from now. The film will be released Jan. 16, 2015, which is Martin Luther King Jr. weekend.
Armie Hammer, Henry Cavill, Alicia Vikander and Luca Calvani are set to star in the big screen reboot, Moviefone reported.
Hammer has not had much luck when it comes to reboots. His film The Lone Ranger did not do well at the box office or in DVD sales following the film’s release.
Steven Soderbergh was set to direct the project, but after he dropped out, Guy Ritchie took over directing duties in 2012.
The movie company also announced that the upcoming film Focus starring Will Smith will be released on Feb. 27, 2015. Margot Robbie will also be staring in Focus Deadline reported.
Earlier, Ben Affleck and Kristen Stewart were both attached to the project, but the roles now have gone to Smith and Robbie.
Armie attended the 27th American Cinematheque Award honoring Jerry Bruckheimer on December 12th in Beverly Hills, California. I have uploaded photos to the gallery!