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.
Written by Mouza on October 04 2017
Written by Mouza on September 29 2017
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.
Written by Mouza on September 12 2017
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.
Written by Mouza on September 07 2017
Armie Hammer is set to star in Participant Media’s On the Basis Of Sex, which is based on the life of Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg. He’ll play husband Marty Ginsburg to Felicity Jones’ Ruth Bader Ginsburg as they team to bring the first landmark gender discrimination case before the Supreme Court. Deadline broke the news of Jones’ attachment over the summer.
Mimi Leder is directing from a script by Daniel Stiepleman, who is Ginsburg’s nephew. Participant is producing and financing through Amblin Partners. Robert Cort will produce. Jeff Skoll and Jonathan King of Participant will executive produce.
The feature is slated for release in 2018, in line with Ginsburg’s 25th anniversary as a Supreme Court Justice. [Source]
Written by Mouza on August 07 2017
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]