Armie Hammer Peeing at a Urinal Is Being Used to Promote His New Queer Film ‘Call Me By Your Name’

Armie Hammer Peeing at a Urinal Is Being Used to Promote His New Queer Film ‘Call Me By Your Name’

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You gotta use what you got to get where you to want to be, and the cast of Call Me By Your Name is using video of Armie Hammer peeing at a urinal to promote their new film.

Out in theaters November 24, Call Me By Your Name depicts the summer love between a 24-year-old American and a 17-year-old on the Italian Riviera in 1983.

While promoting the film, cast mates Timothée Chalamet and heartthrob Armie Hammer went to the bathroom side by side, and Chalet whipped out his phone to get some footage of Hammer peeing at the urinal.

Shorty after posting to his Instagram, Chalet must have had some regrets and deleted the clip. Thankfully for us, there are gay men in this world with a lot of time on their hands and video capturing equipment to download and repost the few seconds on their Tumblr.

Here’s video of Armie Hammer peeing:

Based on the novel by André Aciman, the film won’t be including any sex scenes. While the book’s infamous scene where someone masturbates with a peach is still there, out director Luca Guadagnino decided not to put sex scenes in the film due to concerns over tone.

“I wasn’t interested at all,” he said. “The tone would’ve been very different from what I was looking for. I wanted the audience to completely rely on the emotional travel of these people and feel first love. I didn’t want the audience to find any difference or discrimination toward these characters. It was important to me to create this powerful universality, because the whole idea of the movie is that the other person makes you beautiful — enlightens you, elevates you.”

So if you think Armie Hammer is hot, you just may have to settle with that clip of him peeing at a urinal.

Watch the trailer for Call Me By Your Name here:

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