There’s been so much buzz surrounding Call Me By Your Name, the upcoming film about a love affair between a teen and an older man in summer 1983, that it’s hard to imagine anyone not knowing about its November 24 release. But Armie Hammer isn’t taking any chances.
The film’s star has been making the rounds to promote the project, which finds him playing the love interest of 17-year-old Elio (Timothée Chalamet) in a story based on the novel by André Aciman.
The Hollywood Reporter is the latest magazine to feature the 31-year-old on its cover.
In the inside feature, Hammer discusses Hollywood double standards and his charmed upbringing as a member of the blue-blood Hammer family.
Armie also graces the October cover of Out, which featured an interview with him, Aciman, and director Luca Guadagnino.
And there he was again on GQ Style earlier this fall to discuss his experience filming the movie’s intimate scenes with Chalamet.
“I was terrified before we were going to do it,” Hammer told the magazine. “Having to free yourself so completely while being naked with a man in front of a room full of people, when you think about the prospect of that, it sounds really difficult. But when you’re there doing it, it’s incredible easy.”
After months of promotion and anticipation, Call Me By Your Name finally hits theaters on November 24.