We had great things…we would drive around in really nice cars — but at the same time, if we rolled down the window, my mom would be like, ‘You’re wasting air conditioning!
'” Hammer was forced to step out of his comfort zone in more ways than one, but one scene in particular caused him to cringe: a solo dance scene.
In a now viral video from the film, Hammer danced like no one was watching and busted out some adorably awkward dance moves.
Or we could just do it now and enjoy the ride.'"Today, they share two children: a daughter named Harper, who is three, and a son named Ford, who turns one later this month.
In 2012, they opened Bird Bakery in San Antonio, which Chambers runs day to day.
"At this point now, in my life and how far I’ve kind of come, I would honestly just be like, ‘I’m really sorry, dude. I know that you were upset and I totally get why, so I’m sorry," he told what he loves most about his wife, Hammer said, "everything.
That's the easy answer," while Chambers returned the sentiment. Every time I look at him it makes me so happy," she told the outlet.
I couldn't be more thankful for the experience." The film hits theaters Nov.
Hammer (who’s full name is Armand Douglas Hammer) is the great-grandson of the Russian-Jewish oil tycoon Armand Hammer.That’s where he found his love of movies, specifically and described the special relationship he had with the film’s director Luca Guadagnino.“Honestly, I think I had fallen in love with Luca,” Hammer confessed.Chambers insisted on driving, and when she arrived to pick them up, Hammer told the outlet he "felt like he'd been knocked over.” After that, they became friends, but eventually there came a point where Hammer couldn't stifle his feelings any longer, and he asked her to break up with her boyfriend to be with him.As he continued to "When we finally got together, Armie really wanted to get married.During a Q&A panel, Hammer said he took the role to get him out of his comfort zone.