Tag: Armie Hammer
We may finally have a winner in the caped crusader race
The latest trailer for Cars 3 drives home the idea that this could be Lightning McQueen's last trip around the track. Come inside to experience the thrilling new trailer!
A24's Free Fire brought its U.S Premiere to South By Southwest. Anarchic Writer/Director Ben Wheatley (High-Rise, Kill List, A Field In England) and cast, Armie Hammer (The Social Network, Lone Ranger) & (the insane) Sharlto Copley (District 9, Chappie), were in attendance. And the film's promotional presence was appropriately subversive. Press had the opportunity to barbecue with Armie and paintball with Sharlto at the explosive 'Stunt Ranch' which featured plenty other daredevil diversions.
The Q&A's on either end were no less distinct. Ben will shoot a dumb question down with his deadpan shorthand, Sharlto with his charming abrasiveness, and Armie with his cool formality. The laughter provoked through the film persisted into the Q&A.
But before things got too rowdy, I was able to talk with Ben a second time (the first a discussion on High-Rise) and with Armie Hammer for the first, about their creative approach to my favorite film of the fest.
A lot of familiar faces will be rooting Lightning McQueen on this summer. Disney-Pixar announced, today, the arrival new castmembers joining Cars 3, old and new. Find out who they are!
The 2017 College Football National Championship was home to hard hits and big plays as Alabama took on Clemson. The commercials weren't exempt from the hard hits as Disney-Pixar released the trailer for Cars 3, featuring what could be the end of Lightning McQueen's career.
Owen Wilson and his vehicular counterpart, Lightning McQueen, are back in an all-new Cars story. In this 3rd movie, he'll be joined by newcomers Armie Hammer and Cristela Alonzo. Come inside to get under the hood of the vehicles they'll be playing!
Johnny Depp and Armie Hammer discuss their roles in The Lone Ranger!
The Lone Ranger rides home on DVD and Blu-ray in time for Christmas!
Disney certainly has their hands full these days. It seems like the Mouse House owns the rights to almost every successful franchise on the planet. You've got Marvel Comics characters, the world of Oz, the Muppets, Star Wars, and now The Lone Ranger.