Armie Hammer and his wife Elizabeth attended the “Free Fire” premiere screening party hosted by Bulleit at Early Mercy during TIFF 2016 on September 8, 2016 in Toronto, Canada. I’ve added 57 photos to our photo archive.
Armie Hammer had a special announcement to make at the Toronto International Film Festival, which kicked off Thursday. He and his wife Elizabeth Chambers are expecting their second child.
I have uploaded a new backstage photo of ‘Free Fire’ where Army plays Ord .
– Armie Hammer Online > Movie Productions > Free Fire
I have uploaded 9 new production stills from ‘Mine’ film, where Army plays Mike.
Mine will hit cinemas on October 6. You can also find the first official trailer below:
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After a mission that went south, a soldier finds himself alone in the middle of the desert. He has to survive the hostile nature that surrounds him, but mostly himself, his fears and regrets. The producer Peter Safran is the same of Buried and The Conjuring. The real news, though, is that the scripwriters and the directors are Italian: Fabio Guaglione and Fabio Resinaro. The movie has been shot for over a month in Spain, between Canary Islands and Barcelona, and it’s now in the post-production phase. Rounding out the cast of Mine are the blonde-haired Anabelle Wallis (who played the leading role in the horror Annabelle) and Tom Cullen (famous for his role in the TV-show Downtown Abbey).
– Armie Hammer Online > Movie Productions > Mine
I have added 38 high quality images to our photo archive of Armie attending STOP CANCER 28th Anniversary Gala with wife Elizabeth Chambers.
STOP CANCER was founded in 1988 by Dr. Armand Hammer in partnership with Sherry Lansing.
Dr. Armand Hammer was the chairman and founder of Occidental Petroleum Corporation. He was a philanthropist, entrepreneur, art collector, medical doctor, citizen-diplomat, friend of heads-of-state, world traveler and visionary. He served as the Chairman of President Ronald Reagan’s Cancer Panel for eight years. During this time, Dr Hammer experienced first-hand the high demand for cancer research grants and the inability to fill them based on lack of funds. His vision for a nationally focused campaign dedicated to funding cancer research became clear and with the help of good friend, Sherry Lansing, STOP CANCER was born. Until his death in December 1990 at age 92-1/2, he literally worked around the clock seven days a week to make difference and see his vision fulfilled.
In 1990 Sherry Lansing; former Chairman of Paramount Pictures, loyal to the organization and cause became the official chairperson of STOP CANCER. Arlene and David Ray became the first founding presidents. At the suggestion of the Director of the NCI (National Cancer Institute), STOP CANCER began to support local NCI Comprehensive Cancer Centers. They developed relationships with Los Angeles County’s three Comprehensive Cancer Centers, UCLA’s Jonsson, USC Norris and the City of Hope Center. Through this development, STOP CANCER was able to work directly with research centers to learn about and select the most promising young scientists for STOP CANCER grants.
In the last two decades, STOP CANCER has continued to attract a committed group of members, volunteers, supporters and partners. There is certain sense of family at STOP CANCER. Members recruit children and grandchildren to be involved with STOP CANCER fundraising and events. Founding corporate supporters like Occidental continue to give generously to STOP CANCER. New partnerships have also enabled STOP CANCER to learn and share stories of heartfelt devotion for “more research” and “less cancer.” Until cancer is wiped out all together, there is work and research to be done and STOP CANCER is committed to a cancer-free world.
2013 is the 25th year of STOP CANCER and much progress has been made in the on-going fight but there is more work to be done.
Chair, Sherry Lansing, STOP CANCER Leadership and STOP CANCER-funded researchers speak about the value of the funding of STOP CANCER.
After not making a feature film for half-a-decade, director Luca Guadagnino is on quite a productive streak recently. His reunion with Tilda Swinton after I Am Love, the highly recommended A Bigger Splash, is now in theaters, and he plans to shoot his remake of Suspiria this fall. In between, he’s quietly begun production on a new feature.
Although there was no formal announcement, it’s been revealed to be an adaptation of André Aciman‘s novel Call Me By Your Name. Scripted by James Ivory and the director, it follows a 17-year-old boy who begins a romance with his father’s house guest. Taking the role of the boy is Interstellar star Timothée Chalamet while Michael Stuhlbarg (A Serious Man) plays his father and Armie Hammer (who will soon be seen in Ben Wheatley‘s Free Fire and Tom Ford‘s Nocturnal Animals) takes the role of the house guest.
With filming already underway as of two weeks ago — Sayombhu Mukdeeprom (Arabian Nights, Uncle Boonmee Who Can Recall His Past Lives) will serve as DP — Guadagnino has promised “plenty of nudity,” which is no surprise if you’ve seen his latest work. “One of the biggest inspiration is the 1983 movie A nos amours by Maurice Pialat and if you watch it, it has nothing of that somewhat stupid idea of big shoulders, big stripes and big hair,” he tells WWD.