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yASSsss   Paws Up 31,626
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This, as everyone keeps telling him, is Mr Armie Hammer’s moment, and the 31-year-old actor is carpe diem-ing the heck out of life right now. As awards season kicks off, he finds himself the star of the year’s most universally acclaimed film, in a career-defining role that is sure to propel him from generic leading man to Hollywood’s hottest property. After a 10-year career of notable supporting roles in some very good films (The Social Network, Mr Tom Ford’s Nocturnal Animals, J Edgar) and starring roles in some downright turkeys (The Man From U.N.C.L.E., The Lone Ranger), his performance in Mr Luca Guadagnino’s Call Me By Your Name is the one that has catapulted him into the big league.

Mr Hammer plays Oliver, a young American academic who joins a classics professor and his bohemian family in their Italian summer house in 1983, to assist the professor with his research. The professor’s teenage son, Elio, played by the prodigiously talented Mr Timothée Chalamet, becomes infatuated with Oliver and, as it turns out, the feeling is mutual. What transpires is a beautiful story of fleeting summer love, played out against a backdrop of intoxicating landscapes, lavish breakfasts, bike rides, lake swims and stolen kisses.

Mr Hammer and Mr Chalamet spent the month before filming acclimatising to the culture of rural Italy, living in the location and building up the kind of natural intimacy that makes Call Me By Your Name so compelling. “Some of those Italian countryside towns are lost in time,” says Mr Hammer. “It’s like La Dolce Vita. When you want peach juice, you just go out and make it. You take your pitcher, you go and sit somewhere beautiful and you just enjoy your juice.” If you’ve seen the film, you’ll appreciate why all this talk of peaches is making me blush as we share a pizza in a fittingly Italian restaurant on Los Angeles’ Abbot Kinney.

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Read the full interview here

Click on the spoiler below to see more photos from this shoot :gaycat: 

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PunkTheFunk   Paws Up 48,645
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I tried reading the book and I was so bored I couldn't finish it

Hopefully the movie is better

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New Compassion   Paws Up 2,468
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Oh hey look People Magazine can finally have a sexiest (white) man alive that’s actually sexy :awkney:

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yASSsss   Paws Up 31,626
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Just now, PunkTheFunk said:

I tried reading the book and I was so bored I couldn't finish it

what a blasphemous post :wtf: 

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BrothaGaga   Paws Up 5,181
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7 minutes ago, PunkTheFunk said:

I tried reading the book and I was so bored I couldn't finish it

Hopefully the movie is better

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OT: I can't stop raving about the movie, the soundtrack, and THE BOOK which is a masterpiece in story telling. The detailed introspection really hooks you

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PunkTheFunk   Paws Up 48,645
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Just now, yASSsss said:

what a blasphemous post :wtf: 

I mean...it was definitely steamy :selena: I just remember not being able to connect with the characters. They felt so two-dimensional to me that I didn't care what happened to them after a certain point.

And "call me by your name"? Why on earth would I call someone else by my name? :laughga:

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yASSsss   Paws Up 31,626
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1 minute ago, PunkTheFunk said:

I mean...it was definitely steamy :selena: I just remember not being able to connect with the characters. They felt so two-dimensional to me that I didn't care what happened to them after a certain point.

And "call me by your name"? Why on earth would I call someone else by my name? :laughga:

you'd have to read the whole book :ph34r:

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BrothaGaga   Paws Up 5,181
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3 minutes ago, PunkTheFunk said:

And "call me by your name"? Why on earth would I call someone else by my name? :laughga:

come on did you even try to read the book :what: 

they were both longing to be together - to be as one being in that specific moment in time. Elio alluded to it in previous pages, stating that he wants to have him and be him, which is his version of desire. It's about acknowledging your other half (and yourself through him/her), the one you were destined to be with, which makes the line even more powerful.

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Kimihiro   Paws Up 1,055
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I wish he’ll be big. He’s probably big :hor: but I want his career to be bigger. I won’t mind if he’ll leave hollywood and be with me though. :lolly:

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Anyways, the book is good, though some may complain that the author writes sentences in a complicated manner, which is actually true. Still, I felt the longing and the passion which warranted those absurd things like the peach eating or that bathroom scene. 

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Lord Temptation   Paws Up 4,408
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He’s like a cross between Brad Pitt and Jon Hamm :lolly: 

Or Richard Gere with Paul Newman :hor:

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BrothaGaga   Paws Up 5,181
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23 hours ago, Kimihiro said:

Anyways, the book is good, though some may complain that the author writes sentences in a complicated manner, which is actually true. Still, I felt the longing and the passion which warranted those absurd things like the peach eating or that bathroom scene. 

Doesn't it make the touchy scenes more effective though? like when Elio introduces Oliver to the berm and then it finally happens. I had to pause a lot of times because it was so moving and i couldn't handle myself lol

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