Like so few before him, Armie Hammer has successfully transitioned from being "the Facebook movie twins" to "guy towering beside 50-year-old A-lister."
The 6'5" second-billing will reportedly be following up his second-fiddle role to Johnny Depp in Lone Ranger with a part with Tom Cruise in Man from U.N.C.L.E.. Like with Lone Ranger, George Clooney was once meant to be involved in this film, with director Steven Soderbergh previously attached to make him look sharp in a suit again. Now Guy Ritchie has agreed to make this into Sherlock Holmes: 1960s and, as noted back in March, Cruise will play U.N.C.L.E.'s American agent, Napoleon Solo. Hammer, then, is left to play Georgian agent Illya Kuryakin, and to always sort of be squatting without getting too hammy about it.
Still ever eager to reinvent any '60s secret agent as a 50s Tom Cruise, Tom Cruise is reportedly in early talks to join Guy Ritchie's film adaptation of The Man from U.N.C.L.E.... / Continue →
Looks like Guy Ritchie's adaptation of The Man from U.N.C.L.E. will be updating the '60s series to his Sherlock Holmes: Game of Shadows convention of tossing a Swedish girl in there. THR reports Swedish actress Alicia Vikander is in talks to join Tom Cruise and Armie Hammer in ... / Continue →
In what might be Tom Cruise's most convincing love affair to date, the actor and science fiction have really been going at it lately. Cruise's Oblivion hits theaters this weekend, and he's got a post-apocalyptic-Groundhog Day (All You Need Is Kill) next year and the vaguely-def... / Continue →