Third film in Pixar's 'Cars' franchise deals with darker themes, as Lightning fights to stay relevant, avoid selling out his legacy as racing days dwindle
Armie Hammer will join Alicia Vikander in director Ben Wheatley’s “Freakshift,” an individual with knowledge of the project told TheWrap.
Brie Larson, Cillian Murphy, Armie Hammer, and Sharlto Copley star in an exclusive new clip from Ben Wheatley's 'Free Fire'. The video shows the gun deal that kick starts an almighty shoot out.
After an assassination attempt goes wrong, Sergeant Mike Stevens (Armie Hammer, Nocturnal Animals, The Man from U.N.C.L.E) finds himself stranded in a sub-Saharan desert in the middle of a mine field. Tired, alone, and bereft of all resources, Mike must battle his inner psychosis and draw on every part of his military training to face the ultimate test of survival. 'Mine' is released on BD, DVD and Digital Download from 17 April 2017.
“I saw the reporting too,” Hammer told TheWrap during an interview in Park City, Utah. As TheWrap previously reported, Tom Cruise, Joel McHale, Bradley Cooper, Ryan Reynolds, Jake Gyllenhaal and Hammer are on the shortlist for the lead “Green Lantern” role, according to multiple people with knowledge of the project who exclusively spoke with TheWrap.
Tom Cruise may be up for the role of the Green Lantern. According to The Wrap, the 54-year-old megastar is at the top of DC’s shortlist for the role of Hal Jordan in their upcoming ‘Green Lantern Corps’ movie. “Tom Cruise, Joel McHale, Bradley Cooper, Ryan Reynolds, Armie Hammer, and Jake Gyllenhaal are on the shortlist of actors DC Entertainment is considering pursuing for the role of Hal Jordan in ‘Green Lantern Corps’,” they revealed.
In the new crime drama ‘Legend’ (expanding in theaters this week), Tom Hardy becomes just the latest in a long line of actors who’ve had us seeing double as they play identical twins in a movie. Click through for a mini-history of this time-tested cinematic phenomenon.
‘The Man From U.N.C.L.E.’ star Armie Hammer thinks he had a lucky escape when production on George Miller’s ‘Justice League Mortal’ was cancelled in 2007 just weeks before cameras were due to roll. Hammer, who was in line to play Batman, admits that at 19 he was too wet behind the ears to portray the Dark Knight. “I would have made a terrible Batman,” says Hammer in our interview below. No-one wants to see a 19-year-old Batman.
Megan Gale In 2007 Warner Bros announced plans to make a Justice League movie, a project which eventually found a director in George Miller, the man behind ‘Mad Max: Fury Road’.
Has Henry Cavill hit on his technique to play Clark Kent? Is Armie Hammer a ladies’ man? Yahoo! learnt the answers to all these questions and more on the London set of The Man from U.N.C.L.E. But, if we’re honest, only the scantest details on the highly secretive spy reboot itself… But like a riddle wrapped in a mystery trapped in an enigma, there’s doubtless plenty to glean from the words of those involved in bringing to the big screen TV’s most notoriously camp spy franchise of the 60s. Here are 7 facts we learnt on the set of Guy Ritchie’s The Man from U.N.C.L.E. 1.