Armie Hammer

Armie Hammer Must Stand Very Still in the First ‘Mine’ Trailer

by Matthew Monagle February 19, 2017 @ 12:07 PM
Well Go USA Entertainment
A few years ago, when details started emerging about George Miller’s failed attempt at a Justice League movie, the biggest heartbreak for me was losing Armie Hammer as Batman. I’ve been a big fan of Hammer’s since his early appearances on the horror-comedy series Reaper; in my book, he’s on the same level as someone like Chris Pine, another actor who possesses the marquee good looks of a Hollywood leading man but the instincts of a character actor. And despite working in big summer movies with some of Hollywood’s most visionary directors, Hammer has watched his opportunities sink under bad reviews. He’s been good; his movies, not so much.

‘Call Me By Your Name’ Review: An Exquisite Queer Romance That Will Steal Your Heart

by Erin Whitney January 26, 2017 @ 10:25 AM
Sony Pictures Classics
Nothing aches quite like first love. It grips hold of you like a disease, consuming you with desire, enveloping your day dreams with only thoughts of another’s face, scent, or smile. In Call Me By Your Name, Italian filmmaker Luca Guadagnino takes us to the sun-drenched Italian countryside for an exquisite queer romance that you’ll want to soak up every minute of.

Tom Cruise, Bradley Cooper, or Armie Hammer Could Be Our New Hal Jordan

by Emma Stefansky January 20, 2017 @ 1:41 PM
DC Comics
Looks like Warner Bros. and DC are serious about this Green Lantern Corps movie, as the film now has a shortlist of potential Hal Jordan contenders. The movie is being billed as a kind of sci-fi buddy cop flick, with Jordan and his fellow human Lantern John Stewart (no, not that one) palling around the cosmos and fighting crime. Now that the movie has found is writers, the next task is to cast it, and today we know who might be playing one of the main characters.

‘Cars 3’ Reveals First Look at Armie Hammer’s New Villain

by Britt Hayes January 5, 2017 @ 12:07 PM
Describing a car as “villainous” is kind of silly, but this is the world of Pixar, where it’s totally normal for inanimate objects to become anthropomorphic friends and foes. The latest batch of photos from Cars 3 reveal a bit of both, including our first look at new baddie Jackson Storm, voiced by Armie Hammer. Pixar has also revealed some additional plot details from their next big sequel, which hits theaters this summer.

‘The Birth of a Nation’ Review: A History of Injustice, Then and Now

by Matt Singer October 5, 2016 @ 10:58 AM
Fox Searchlight
When Nate Parker’s The Birth of a Nation debuted at the Sundance Film Festival last January, it got a standing ovation before its premiere. People were excited to see this movie. Nine months later, the reaction to its arrival in theaters is a little bit different.

‘Free Fire’ Review: An Audacious, Monotonous, Feature-Length Shootout

by Matt Singer September 9, 2016 @ 1:13 PM
I’ve already heard one colleague refer to Ben Wheatley’s Free Fire, in which an arms deal goes wrong and escalates into an almost 90-minute-long shootout, as a kind of cinematic high-wire act. But high-wire acts don’t last 90 minutes; watching somebody balance on a wire for 90 minutes would get pretty boring if that’s all they were doing. There’s an audaciousness to Free Fire that’s self-defeating. Yes, Wheatley pulled off a feature-length gun battle. But the result is so monotonous that I ran out of patience long before the participants ran out of bullets.

‘Free Fire’ Red Band Trailer Skips the Small Talk and Heads Straight For the Guns

by Britt Hayes September 9, 2016 @ 8:37 AM
It’s about time. After months of waiting, the first (red band!) trailer for Free Fire has arrived on the heels of last night’s midnight premiere at TIFF. The latest thriller from Ben Wheatley (Kill List, High-Rise) features an all-star roster, including Oscar-winner Brie Larson, Cillian Murphy, Armie Hammer and Wheatley favorite Michael Smiley in the story of an arms deal gone terribly wrong.

‘The Birth of a Nation’ Trailer: Meet Next Year’s Oscar Frontrunner

by Matt Singer April 15, 2016 @ 12:31 PM
Fox Searchlight
There’s a quote, apparently apocryphal, attributed to President Woodrow Wilson about D.W. Griffith’s silent epic, The Birth of a Nation. "It is like writing history with lightning,” Wilson allegedly said of the film ever screened at the White House. For all of its technical achievements, Griffith’s movie was horrifically racist, and depicted “heroic” members of the Ku Klux Klan saving Southerners from blacks (actually white actors in blackface).

‘The Man From U.N.C.L.E.’ Trailer: Guy Ritchie’s Latest Gets Action-Packed at Comic-Con 2015

by Britt Hayes July 11, 2015 @ 1:26 PM
Just as The Man From U.N.C.L.E. portion of the WB panel ended at Comic-Con 2015, the extended trailer for Guy Ritchie’s upcoming action flick has arrived online. And it’s very extended — the new trailer features five minutes of action-packed footage from Ritchie’s big screen reboot of the classic series, starring Henry Cavill and Armie Hammer.