AceShowbiz - Coronavirus quarantine has given Armie Hammer an opportunity to experiment with his look. On Wednesday, April 15, the "Call Me by Your Name" actor debuted a major hairstyle transformation that shocked many.
Making use of his Instagram account, the 33-year-old shared a selfie that showed off his Mohawk haircut. Along with the drastic hairdo change, he rocked handlebar mustache. Donning a black tank top with fringes and a pair of colorful pants, he smiled widely while staring at the camera. "Killing the game," he simply captioned the post.
Hammer's new look has since garnered positive reactions. Director Adam Shankman commented, "I dont know what's happening here, but I'm down with it." Actor Michael Chernus praised him, "Wow. Very 80s Legion of Doom/Road Warriors." Actress Elizabeth Chambers chimed in, "Quarantine chic. With the 24/7 accent to match." Meanwhile, his co-star Timothee Chalamet simply gave two hot-face emojis.
One day prior, the actor playing Martin D. Ginsburg in Mimi Leder's "On the Basis of Sex" gave fans and followers a hint over his makeover. Sharing a picture of him holding a hair clipper with newly cut hair strewn across the floor, he wrote on the Instagram Story post, "I'm fine." The particular picture also unveiled his toes that have been painted hot pink.
Hammer debuted his new look just weeks after a video of him reciting Wendy Cope's "Valentine" in New York City's Central Park surfaced online. In the clip posted on Poetry in the Wild's Instagram account, he could be seen staring straight at the camera while chanting, "My heart has made its mind up / And I'm afraid it's you. / Whatever you've got lined up, / My heart has made its mind up / And if you can't be signed up / This year, next year will do. / My heart has made its mind up / And I'm afraid it's you."