We would like to wish a fantastic 29th birthday to incredible Armie! We hope you will spend a great day with all your loved ones. You are a huge inspiration to all of us!
I have uploaded 19 photos from The Man from U.N.C.L.E. premiere in Rio de Janeiro that Armie attended this monday.
Henry Cavill and Armie Hammer attend a photo call for their movie The Man from U.N.C.L.E. on Monday morning by the beach in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil. I have updated the gallery with additional photos from the photo call.
I have updated the gallery with additional HQ photos from the events that Armie attended this month.
– Armie Hammer Online > Events & Appearances > 2015 > [August 10] ‘Good Morning America’ in NYC
– Armie Hammer Online > Events & Appearances > 2015 > [August 10] ‘The Man from U.N.C.L.E.’ premiere in NYC
– Armie Hammer Online > Events & Appearances > 2015 > [August 11] The Man From U.N.C.L.E. Premiere at Scotiabank Theatre
– Armie Hammer Online > Events & Appearances > 2015 > [August 12] SiriusXM’s Entertainment Weekly Radio ‘The Man from U.N.C.L.E.’
– Armie Hammer Online > Events & Appearances > 2015 > [August 12] The Man From U.N.C.L.E. at BAFTA New York Screening
Armie Hammer has just joined the cast of fashion designer and director Tom Ford‘s upcoming film Nocturnal Animals!
The 28-year-old actor – fresh off of his latest film The Man from U.N.C.L.E. – will be playing Amy Adams‘ husband in the new movie.
Jake Gyllenhaal, Aaron Taylor-Johnson, Kim Basinger, and Michael Shannon round out the star-studded cast.
The film will follow two parts – the first part following a woman named Susan, who receives a manuscript from her ex, asking for her opinion. The second part of the film involves Nocturnal Animals, which is the name of the manuscript. It is about a family vacation that turns violent.
Stay tuned for the movie, which is expected to hit theaters next year!
Warner Brothers has released the Action Dossier for Armie’s new film The Man from U.N.C.L.E.
Armie was on Conan last night, where he talked about his injury and a perfect russian accent.
– Armie Hammer Online >
Events & Appearances > 2015> [August 5] Conan
David McCallum and Robert Vaughn, the stars of cult 60s TV spy drama The Man From Uncle, admit that until recently they’d had no idea the series was being turned into a film and had never heard of the Hollywood actors who are reprising their roles at the cinema.
“I didn’t even know there was a movie coming out,” British actor David McCallum, who played Russian agent Illya Kuryakin, reveals in the new issue of Radio Times. “Nobody said anything to me about it and I’d never heard of the two stars! But I’m delighted and I wish them every success.”
Robert Vaughn, who was Kuryakin’s American partner Napoleon Solo at the original United Network Command for Law and Enforcement, says the same thing: “I live in the country and it’s not easy for me to get to movies. I don’t know much about it and I don’t know the actors who are in it.”
Having since seen the movie at a private screening, however, McCallum has praise for both director Guy Ritchie and for Armie Hammer, who plays the character that launched McCallum’s career.
“Guy Ritchie and his writers have done an excellent job and have produced an exciting, original action movie that pays great tribute to the work Robert Vaughn, Leo G Carroll [head of UNCLE Mr Waverly] and myself did back in the 60s, ” says McCallum. “But at the same time it stays away from what we did and creates something original. Armie Hammer has done a wonderful job as Illya Kuryakin and I’ve completely fallen in love with [female lead] Alia Vikander!”
Charlotte Duck talks to Henry Cavill & Armie about playing spies, doing accents and a possible Man From UNCLE sequel.
Henry Cavill and Armie Hammer have been talking about their new movie, the Guy Ritchie-directed spy thriller, The Man From UNCLE.
Henry, who plays America CIA agent Napoleon Solo, talked about how he struggled at first with an American accent.
“I definitely struggled at the beginning because we hadn’t found the accent by the time we started shooting. When we were shooting Guy would come in and say ‘No, that sounds wrong,’ or ‘this sounds wrong’ or ‘try and say the word this way’ and because there’s no uniform structure to it, it became very difficult to perform and you become very conscious of speaking as opposed to acting and feeling. Eventually we found it about a quarter of the way through the movie because we found a way of speaking that was consistent.
The actor also joked about being approached the play Bond following Daniel Craig’s predicted exit: “It’s top secret so I can’t say anything.”
Armie also seemed keen: “Totally, I’m in. I’m not supposed to talk about it yet but I’ve had a conversation with someone.”
The movie, which GLAMOUR very much enjoyed, sets up for a sequel at the finale so we asked the boys if this was happening.
“We haven’t heard anything. We’d love to do it,” said Henry.