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Armie Hammer has issued an apology to Casey Affleck, after calling out Affleck over what he perceived to be a “double standard” over misconduct in the entertainment industry. Hammer initially made the comment in a Hollywood Reporter story, pointing out that Affleck had been accused of sexually harassing crew members while making the film “I’m Still Here” in 2010, but still managed to take home an Oscar for “Manchester by the Sea” this year, while “Birth of a Nation” director Nate Parker had suffered career repercussions over a prior sexual assault accusation. On Friday, Hammer issued an apology, also to The Hollywood Reporter, saying that he “misspoke” and “conflated” sexual harassment and sexual assault.
Armie Hammer and Timothée Chalamet were asked to rehearse a makeout scene for their film "Call Me by Your Name."
On Watch What Happens Live with Andy Cohen, Cohen got to the bottom of a mystery that’s plagued the imaginations of millions for years: What’s it like kissing Leonardo DiCaprio? Armie Hammer was one of the guests and, for better or worse, he had the answer to every one of Cohen’s questions.
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Armie Hammer was an actor with credits to his name before The Social Network came to theaters in 2010, but it’s probably how most of us first learned about him. The California-born actor played two roles in the acclaimed film, Cameron and Tyler Winklevoss, twin brothers and, depending on who you believe, slighted Harvard classmates of Jesse Eisenberg’s Mark Zuckerberg. The technology used by David Fincher and company was so good that if you didn’t know better, you might have thought they were actually twin brothers, not just one guy.
Actors Armie Hammer and Joe Manganiello attend GQ’s 2011 Men of the Year party. Sometimes you have to give the people what they (almost) want — so Hollywood heartthrobs Armie Hammer and Joe Manganiello are doing just that. ICYMI, on Friday, Geoff Johns (co-head of DC Films) and Manganiello (soon to play Deathstroke in an upcoming Batman movie) started following Hammer on Twitter, and Hammer reciprocated.