Get ready ladies, this is a cover that will have you swooning and sighing all at the same time. You'll be swooning because it's Armie Hammer on the cover of Town & Country August 2013 and sighing because he's pictured on the cover with his impossibly beautiful wife, Elizabeth Chambers, who he's head over heels in love with. Some women get all the luck.
Here's a sneak peek at the interview and may we encourage you to click on over to Town & Country where there are more gorgeous pictures of Armie and Elizabeth. They are most certainly in the running for America's most handsome couple...
Elizabeth Chambers on what husband Armie Hammer said to her to convince her to get married:
"When we finally got together, Armie really wanted to get married. He sat me down and said, 'Look, we don't have to do this. We could just go our own ways, and then one day you'll be 40 and divorced and we'll run into each other, and we'll laugh and go out to dinner and have this same connection, and we'll wonder why we wasted all of that time. Or we could just do it now and enjoy the ride.'"
Hammer on speaking about his craft:
"I don't like to talk about the craft of acting. It's like asking a guy who screws lug nuts for a living to talk about his technique."
Lone Ranger producer Jerry Bruckheimer on Hammer's commitment to the film:
"We endured blizzards, windstorms, 120-degree days in Utah, and more sand and wind than you can imagine. Physically it was quite an ordeal for the actors, but Armie never let on. He's very committed and he's fearless, an avid sportsman, very athletic. Out in the desert, he just rolled with the punches. He camped out in Monument Valley and slept outside with the crew."
Hammer on the difference between himself and The Winklevoss twins, the characters he played in The Social Network:
"The Winklevoss brothers' great achievement, a big source of pride, comes from the fact that they went to Harvard. And I'm a guy who dropped out of high school. My parents thought I was an idiot. They thought it was ridiculous to drop out in 11th grade to be an actor. So, no offense to the Winklevoss brothers, but really we couldn't be more different."
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