Armie Hammer Shares Brutally Honest Review of His Film Mirror Mirror

Armie Hammer did not hold back his thoughts about the 2012 film Mirror Mirror during a recent appearance on The Late Late Show. Keep scrolling to hear what the actor had to say.

By Mona Thomas Oct 09, 2020 3:10 PMTags
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Leave it Armie Hammer to keep it real at all times. 

During a recent appearance on The Late Late Show with James Corden, which aired Oct. 8, The Social Network actor shared his true thoughts about his 2012 film Mirror Mirror. When James Corden admitted that he hadn't actually seen the Snow White adaptation, Armie agreed it was not his best work. 

"Never seen it, never seen it, but..." James said as he motioned his hands to signify it was purely a monetary decision on Armie's part to take on. 

"Never have I, to be honest, and that was the thing," the actor confessed. "And by the way, you pay for every cent. You pay for every single cent." He also added that he got paid "nothing" for his 2017 Luca Guadagnino-directed film Call Me By Your Name, however Mirror Mirror was a real moneymaker. 

"Karmic cents are a bitch," Armie laughed. The late-night host then host noted, "One for them, one for the bank." James also asked the Golden Globe nominee how much money he made for Mirror Mirror.  

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"I'm not gonna actually answer it," he laughed, before taking a long pause. "I can tell you it was well over 15 times what I got paid for Call Me By Your Name." To put that into perspective, Mirror Mirror grossed $183,018,522 in sales internationally. 

Outside of his soon-to-be released film Rebecca, Armie also spoke on his Broadway show The Minutes, which has been pushed to return in 2022. 

As he shared, "It is coming back, from what I've been told, we will be back in 2022 with the entire original cast." In the meantime, the 34-year-old Hollywood star will be helping a friend renovate an abandoned motel near Joshua Tree, California.

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