Armie Hammer earns Outstanding Achievement in Cinema Award from the Savannah Film Festival
Armie Hammer was looking sharp despite being on a whirlwind trip for the Savannah Film Festival where he received an Outstanding Achievement in Cinema Award on Monday, Oct. 29.
Armie Hammer first made his way into our pop culture obsession staring as the Winklevoss twins in The Social Network. He also starred in The Lone Ranger, The Man from U.N.C.L.E., Mine and voiced the role of Jackson Storm in Cars 3.
Last year, he played Oliver in the critically acclaimed film Call Me by Your Name.
His newest project On the Basis of Sex is about Justice Ruth Bader Ginsberg where he plays Marty Ginsberg. The film also stars Felicity Jones.
“I am really proud to be part of it,” Armie Hammer said of the film to Savannah Now. “It’s a movie about a woman who changed the world, literally and figuratively and in every possible way without needing a superpower. She used her brain, and hard work and determination to change the landscape of the America we live in now.”
Armie Hammer stopped by to answer a few fun questions posed by Stars and Celebs.
.Armie Hammer can be seen in the upcoming biopic On the Basis of Sex.