Ellen: Armie Hammer Mirror Mirror
How many actors can say they have licked Julia Roberts’s face?
It’s safe to say that’s a short list, and Armie Hammer is at the top of it.
Armie Hammer stars in the new Snow White movie Mirror Mirror, working with stars like Julia Roberts and Nathan Lane.
Lily Collins plays Snow White, and Julia Roberts is the Evil Queen. Armie Hammer plays the dashing prince, whom Julia Roberts turns into a dog.
Ellen: Armie Hammer Licks Julia Roberts
“You had to lick Julia Roberts’s face on the first day of working with her,” Ellen reported.
He said they had met in passing throughout the casting process, and he wanted to be sure that he at least had fresh breath when he got in her face.
“It’s just another day on the job,” he said.
Mirror Mirror is coming to US theaters on March 30 2012.
Ellen: Armie Hammer GQ
Ellen said that GQ magazine named Armie Hammer #5 on their list of Hollywood’s Most Stylish Young Men. She asked about his fashion habits when he’s not working.
Armie said he loves to relax in a T-shirt, shorts, and flip flops. He said he is currently missing his lucky camo hat, which says Corrigan Ranch. It’s been missing for about a week and a half, and he may have lost it while shooting on location in New Mexico.
Ellen gave Armie a Camo Safari Hat featuring her logo while he’s looking for his own hat.
His relaxed style could be a product of growing up in the Cayman Islands.
Ellen: Armie Hammer Dog Archie
Armie Hammer brought a picture of his Welsh Terrier, Archie. Ellen is right that Archie is super cute, and Armie said he is very well behaved.
He has traveled around the world with Armie to movie and TV sets. He said that he was surprised by the attachment he feels to his dog. He thinks about him when they are out of the house, and they don’t like leaving him behind.
Ellen & Armie Hammer: Dog Lovers
Ellen said guests frequently bring their dogs to their dressing rooms on her show. She has pet sitters with her animals when she is out for the evening, so they are not alone.
“If I get to come back, I’m going to come back as one of my animals,” Ellen said. “Which wouldn’t work, because I’m not going to be here.”
Armie and Ellen agreed that the woman who left her estate to her dog was planning ahead for the pet she dearly loved.