Annnnnnnd, here’s the first official trailer!
Some awesome bit of news for you guys! Armie is set to voice Strong Arm in Stan Lee’s upcoming Might 7 animated trilogy. Details below.
At Stan Lee’s Comikaze Expo in Los Angeles, the cast of Stan Lee’s new animated trilogy, Mighty 7, was announced. The Mighty 7 animated films are a projected trilogy of animated features, a monthly comic, and an animated series. The first of the features, “Beginnings” will air on The Hub Network in early 2014.
The all-star cast includes Armie Hammer as Strong Arm, the superhero with super strength; Christian Slater as Lazer Lord, the superhero who hurls balls of laser energy; Mayim Bialik as Lady Lightning who possesses super speed; Teri Hatcher as Silver Skylark, the superhero who flies; Flea as Roller Man, who rolls into a big ball and launches at high speed; Darren Criss as Micro, who shrinks in size; and Sean Astin as Kid Kinergy who’s superpower is telekinesis. Additional voices include Jim Belushi as Mr. Cross, the leader of a covert operations military division assigned to investigate UFO sightings; and Michael Ironside as Xanar, the leader of the warring aliens from the planet Taegon who enslave other planets and raid their natural resources.
Recent photos of Armie on the set of The Man From U.N.C.L.E. have finally been added to the gallery. Enjoy!
Back on September 16th, Armie and Elizabeth attended the Dr Lancer cocktail VIP reception for the UK launch at Harrods in London. A few photos from the event can be found in the gallery.
One photo of Armie at the Tom Ford show during London Fashion Week SS14 on September 16, 2013 has been added to the gallery.
Four (sorta) outtakes from Armie’s recent photoshoot with Men’s Health UK have been added to the gallery. Enjoy!
- Photoshoots > 2013 > Session #13
Hey y’all! Long time, no update! To start things off, recent candids of Armie have been added to the gallery.
Henry Cavill and Armie Hammer Star Under the Direction of Guy Ritchie
Principal photography will begin on September 9 on Warner Bros. Pictures’ “The Man from U.N.C.L.E.” The film is the first to be made under filmmaker Guy Ritchie’s and producer Lionel Wigram’s new production shingle, Ritchie/Wigram Productions, which has a first-look deal with Warner Bros. Having successfully re-imagined the classic detective Sherlock Holmes in two hit films, the pair now bring their fresh take on the hugely popular 1960s television series by bringing super spies Napoleon Solo and Illya Kuryakin to the big screen.
Henry Cavill (“Man of Steel”) stars as Napoleon Solo opposite Armie Hammer (“The Social Network”) as Illya Kuryakin, alongside stars Alicia Vikander (“Anna Karenina”), Elizabeth Debicki (“The Great Gatsby”), Jared Harris (“Sherlock Holmes: Game of Shadows”), and Hugh Grant (“Cloud Atlas”) as Waverly.
From Charming Armie Hammer, I’d like to wish Armie a wonderful and awesome 27th birthday! Have a great one today!
If you haven’t checked it out yet, here’s Armie’s latest interview with the ShortList!
Armie Hammer plays boss to the world’s most famous bohemian actor in The Lone Ranger. Could his life be about to imitate his art, asks Emily Phillips
Armie Hammer is a laidback guy. But then he’s got little to worry about. Hailing from a mega-rich petroleum dynasty (the company behind Arm & Hammer toothpaste fame), he’s an imposingly handsome 6ft 4in, blissfully married and gets paid to horse around with Johnny Depp. Following props-worthy roles
in The Social Network (as the Winklevoss twins) and J Edgar (as Hoover’s colleague/lover), 26-year-old Hammer is Disney’s latest franchise hope. When we speak, The Lone Ranger is pre-release, so the cheery Californian is feeling hopeful.
The film is a family-friendly mix of cartoonish characters and sweeping action sequences. Following a troubled production and rumoured $250m budget, the box office return-on-investment remains to be seen. But even if we don’t see a sequel, the film is still sure to open some heavy saloon doors in Hollywood for Hammer.
Your great-grandfather was an oil tycoon who was friends with royalty. Did your family heritage hold you back or spur you on?
It pushed me, as there was a healthy sense of rebellion to it. It was very much expected for us to go to college. And I was like, “I wanna burn everything down and p*ss on the ashes, so I’m gonna be an actor!”