There is so much to discuss when it comes to the drama of adulthood praised by the critic Luca Guadagnino Call me by your name . One of those things? Short shorts by Armie Hammer fighting a lost battle during the making of the film.
Hammer, Guadagnino, Timothee Chalamet and Michael Stuhbarg were interviewed by Andy Cohen for SiriusXM and, as is the case when talking about his art, the conversation was pushed on the subject of digitally removing the balls of a film star from an Oscar contender.
"There were some times when they had to go back and digitally remove my balls from the movie," Hammer shared. "They were short shorts, what are you going to do?"
The cost to get that annoying garbage out of the movie should look like a bargain compared to Justice League de-staching Superman.
Call Me By Your Name led the pack last week when the annual Spirit Award nominations were announced. The film is in dispute for six awards, including best director, best actor (Chalamet) and best supporting actor (Hammer). Call me by your name is also in the best movie, facing tough competition from other contenders Exit Lady Bird The Rider and The Florida Project ]