Armie Hammer Deals With Something Cumbersome In The Shower


And no, it's not his hammer! Call Me By Your Name heartthrob Armie Hammer buys his thirst traps in bulk, and is merciless in the sheer number of them that he sets up on Instagram. Ya got me Armie! Now come over and untangle mama. Hm, I don't really know what that means, but I do know that Hammer never misses an opportunity to get his fans fantasizing about his sexy bod, and this latest tease is no exception!

Hammer stands at 6' 5", and while I hardly consider gorgeous, tall, stacked men to be a marginalized group, his height definitely appears to get in the way of his shower time fun. In a new Instagram video, Armie solemnly flashes his baby blues as the large new shower filter purchased by his wife bypasses his head almost entirely! Silly billy. He captions the photo:

Wife: I put a new filter system in the shower. You’ll barely notice it.

Me: ....



Wife: I put a new filter system in the shower. You’ll barely notice it. Me: ....

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Women. Bleh. In trying to better her household, Hammer's wife slightly inconvenienced him, so, bye gurl bye! In addition to playing a gay man in Call Me By Your Name, Hammer will now play one in the flick Final Portrait, and I can't help but think that his relentless shirtless Instagram pictures don't hurt his clout with the gay community. I mean here I am. Right now. Ensnared in the trap. Helpless. A damsel in distressed jeans. Save me Armie!



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Will 'Call Me by Your Name' Win Any Oscars at Tonight's Ceremony?

The 90th Annual Academy Awards takes place tonight at 8:00 PM EST on ABC.  The perennial show, which will be hosted by Jimmy Kimmel, honors the best of the best in filmmaking over the past year.

One of the most talked about films that has several nominations tonight is Call Me by Your Name, the Luca Guadagnino directed film about a gay romance blossoming between a seventeen year-old student and the older man hired as his father's research assistant.

The film has four nominations at tonight's ceremony: Best Picture, Best Actor (Timothee Chalamet), Best Adapted Screenplay (James Ivory) and Best Original Song (Sufjan Stevens "Mystery of Love").

Two major categories that the film failed to secure nominations in is Best Supporting Actor (Armie Hammer) and Best Achievement in Directing (Luca Guadagnino).  Regardless, the film has already received close to 70 awards outside of the show tonight, but does that mean they have a chance at winning one... or anything come Oscar time?

According to GoldDerby, it looks good for CMBYN in one particular category: Best Adapted Screenplay.  James picked up this award last week at the 2018 BAFTA Awards, and it looks like his continued luck will secure him Oscar gold at tonight's ceremony. They have him winning this award easily, as CMBYN is listed at the top of the pack from each expert.

For Best Actor, it may not be Timothee's night but don't count him out yet.  GoldDerby's expert pool has him listed right behind who many think will win tonight: Gary Oldman for The Darkest Hour. Timothee did pick up the Best Actor award last night at the 2018 Independent Spirit Awards, however it's Gary's game to lose as he has won mostly everything up until this point.  Nothing wrong with an upset though.

Same goes with Best Original Song, as it looks to be a close call between "This is Me" from The Greatest Showman and "Remember Me" from Coco. The silver lining in all of this is that if "This is Me" wins, it will be a victory for the LGBT community as Benj Pasek is nominated for writing the song.  It will be a back to back win for him in this category as well, as he won for "City of Stars" from La La Land last year.

Finally: Best Picture, which looks to be heading the way of either Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri, Get Out and The Shape of Water based on expert predictions.  So by day's end, CMBYN should secure at least one Oscar with the hopes that Timothee can pull off a major upset for Best Actor.  Here's to hoping.