Armie & Elizabeth looked dashing yesterday as they attended the annual Hammer Museum Gala in Los Angeles yesterday. The gallery was updated with over 100 pictures from yesterday.
Category: Gallery Update
I’ve updated the gallery with over 100 photos of Armie attending the Call Me By Your Name premiere last night in London.
Armie is in London to attend the 61st BFI London Film Festival where Call Me By Your Name will premiere later today. Check out our first batch of pictures from the photocall & the press conference from this morning.
I’ve updated the gallery with photos of Armie attending a special screening of “Call Me By Your Name” during the second day of Hamptons International Film Festival.
I’ve updated the gallery with photos of Armie from the second day of New York Film Festival.
I’ve updated the gallery with photos of Armie attending the “Call Me By Your Name” Screening in New York yesterday as part of New York Film Festival.
The promotional round for Call Me By Your Name have started already in the form of magazine features, we updated the gallery with 2 new digital scans of Armie in British GQ Style & Out Magazine. The magazines are available for purchase through the magazines digital apps and other digital outlets.
After a few super busy days, it looks like Armie is done with TIFF. I didn’t post to the site during the daily coverage as I thought it would just be easier to make one big post at the end of it.
September 07 | Armie’s first day in TIFF where he attended the premiere and after party of “Call Me By Your Name” which got a long standing ovation and received a lot of great reviews.
Call Me by Your Name, which opens in theaters in November, is a film about first love: specifically, an affair between a 17-year-old boy and a 24-year-old doctoral student working for the boy’s father, a professor of Greco-Roman culture.
Based on the novel by André Aciman, the film, which was directed by Luca Guadagnino, is set in the 1980s, in a villa in a bucolic small town in Italy, but its sense of youthful desire is timeless and universal. “You don’t really see a lot of tender love stories between men,” Armie Hammer, who plays Oliver, the older of the two, told me. “There’s always one person who says, ‘Oh, we can’t do this’ or ‘My family wouldn’t approve.’ You don’t get that in this movie. Instead, you have two men who are trying to figure out the feelings they have for each other.” [more at source]
HOMETOWN: Los Angeles.
BIG BREAK: The Social Network.
ROOM-SERVICE ORDER: “Four eggs over easy, bacon, sausage, O.J., coffee.”
WHAT I’M READING: The Patrick Melrose novels, by Edward St. Aubyn.
PODCAST I’M LISTENING TO: Waking Up, with neuroscientist Sam Harris.
HAPPY PLACE: “Next to my grill in my yard.”
THREE FAVORITE FILMS: Cool Hand Luke, Apocalypse Now, Fight Club.
FAVORITE ACTOR, LIVING OR DEAD: Paul Newman.
IF YOU COULD GO BACK IN TIME AND PLAY ANY CHARACTER, WHO WOULD IT BE? “I wouldn’t. I’d go back and invest in Starbucks, Amazon, Google, and Facebook.”
UP NEXT: The Sundance favorite Call Me by Your Name, the based-on-true-events thriller Hotel Mumbai, the Alberto Giacometti biopic, Final Portrait.