Take THAT, Henry Cavill's mustache.
Armie Hammer's new film "Call Me By Your Name" is earning a lot of awards buzz, but it almost earned itself more than an R-rating. Hammer and director Luca Guadagnino talked about Hammer's, uh, wardrobe issues during a chat on Andy Cohen's radio show.
Cohen got straight to the point, asking if Hammer's balls were coming out of some of the short-shorts he wore.
Hammer: "There was a few times where they had to go back and digitally remove my balls from the movie."
Cohen asked if that was true, and director Guadagnino laughingly confirmed, "Yes."
Hammer: "They were short shorts — what are you gonna do?"
Guadagnino: "It's both things."
Cohen: "Short shorts and big balls is what you're saying? Wow."
Hammer: "My mom's going to love listening to this interview."
Cohen: "Armie Hammer has big balls is what you're saying.
Guadagnino: "No, no, I'm not saying it. I had to remove [them] digitally."
They joked that the balls were removed from the shorts, but then placed somewhere else in the movie.
Watch the clip (unless you're Armie Hammer's mother):Check out the full talk on Radio Andy this Thursday at 7 a.m. and 4 p.m. ET.
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