Call me By Your Name
The “Fifty Shades of Grey” actor kicked off the Sundance Film Festival with a shocking joke.
The actor was greeted with "gasps and giggles" for her remarks about the "Call Me By Your Name" star.
Hammer's wife, Elizabeth Chambers, put her foot down in a statement against their arch enemies.
This actor wants an even playing field for performers of all walks of life.
He looked to "Call Me by Your Name" to visually inspire the 1980s-themed video.
Before he broke out with "The Social Network," Hammer played the famous evangelist in a cheesy, homoerotic biopic that no one saw. It's a thing to behold.
But he admits the role "100 percent was made for Timothée Chalamet.”
In a time when women are grappling with men's failings, it's comforting to dream of a Chalamet-filled future.
Cry with us, won't you? As Professor Perlman says, "Nature has cunning ways of finding our weakest spot."
Luca Guadagnino has plans to expand the story into a "Before Sunrise"-like series.