The first and only time I interviewed Armie Hammer, part of the Armand Hammer Arm & Hammer dynasty, was after he’d played Billy Graham — played him well, but in a script that had no edge.
Years pass, he’s done the Winklevoss thing in “The Social Network” and “J. Edgar” and he’s been announced as co-star of “The Man from U.N.C.L.E.” But his biggest break yet could be “The Lone Ranger,” where he’s the naive, noble and valiant man in the man to Johnny Depp’s made-up-to-the-max Tonto.
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