(From Walt Disney Pictures)The Lone Ranger hit theaters this week, and the politically correct among us are likely feeling some weirdness about the currently unavoidable image of Johnny Depp's Tonto. We've all been exposed to enough basic Native American history to know his black-and-white facepaint and dead crow headdress are no more realistic than Jack Sparrow's eyeliner. But should we be offended? Depp has gone to great lengths to convince us the answer is, "No." It's to his credit, and...Read Full Story
Getty ImagesThe last few months have been filled with rumors about the Fifty Shades of Grey casting. Everyone from Ryan Gosling to Jerry O'Connell has been pegged for the role of Christian Grey and the list of names dropped for the part of Anastasia is just as long. However, no one's been confirmed for a single role — yet.So, instead of talking about who's in, let's focus on who's out. So far, a handful of stars have denied they're involved in the project, like Mr. O'Connell, who said he's...Read Full Story
(Photo: Getty Images)Armie Hammer sure opened up in his latest interview with Playboy magazine, and Playboy being Playboy, it didn't take long for the conversation turn to sex. Turns out, The Lone Ranger actor used to like things a little rough, that is until he found "the one," wife Elizabeth Chambers.
“I don’t know how much we can put here without my parents being embarrassed, but I used to like to be a dominant lover,” said Hammer. “I liked the grabbing of the neck and the hair and all...Read Full Story
Director Gore Verbinski proves he's a fan of high production value in this hair-raising featurette clip from the forthcoming The Lone Ranger. In it, Armie Hammer, who plays man of the law John Reid, stands on top a towering platform in the middle of the Utah desert over a dramatic gorge that drops 2,000 feet. There's no Hollywood soundstage and no green screen, just Hammer versus the world. The clip will make you a bit tingly, epecially if you're afraid of heights. It also does a great job of...Read Full Story
The production of the Man From U.N.C.L.E. came to a halt when Tom Cruise dropped out of the movie reboot of the '60s TV spy series. And who could possibly step in to replace him? How about Superman? (Or at least the guy who plays him.)Henry Cavill, the dreamy eye candy starring in the forthcoming Man of Steel is in talks to replace Mr. Cruise in the Guy Ritchie-directed movie. If he took the role, he would be starring alongside Armie Hammer and Alicia Vikander. Variety reports Cavill was...Read Full Story
Armand Douglas "Armie" Hammer (born August 28, 1986) is an American film and television actor featured in the film The Social Network.