At the premiere party, Armie Hammer – charming and affable, as always, a young Robert Redford from “The Way We Were” days- took pictures with Cope and her Broadway pals. Weren’t we just watching a movie about two guys bickering over who has the cooler lock-picking doohickey? Feuding personalities between two men lead to broader gags about Soviet/American animosity: each of characters’ respective agencies spy on the other one, for example, with Kuryakin boasting about the superior virtues of Russian surveillance technology.
“But the last year, the producers decided to be more over-the-top, like Batman with clowns shooting cupcakes out of cars.
went from being camp to being goofy, and from being number one to being off the air”.
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The Ying to Hammer’s Yang, Cavill embodies everything an American version of James Bond would be, his slick and sharp nature shining in every frame, as does his quick-fire dialogue, providing numerous laughs along the way. “It took me a long time to get over that”.
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