Armie Hammer Talks “Justice League of America” Movie

Now, E-Online had the chance to speak to Hammer ("The Reaper"), who said that he has no intentions of comparing himself to Christian Bale’s Batman. "That guy’s got his sh*t down," he said.
Hammer went on to explain that the film was supposed to shoot in Australia, where he and his castmates suffered through several months of physical training. "I would spend hours training with actual guns to prepare me for this stuff," he said. "It was very intense. Our workout regimens were so rigorous that most of us would vomit."
He added, "We weren’t trying to get ourselves aesthetically good looking. We were trying to get ready for the demands of shooting."

The film went as far as to actually get the cast into their suits. Hammer spoke of the first time he put on the entire Batman ensemble, which features functioning equipment, including trademark Batman weapons like spring-loaded titanium Bat-erangs. "I was looking down, and I was thinking, This is the best," Hammer said of the first time he put on the Batman suit. "Then I stood up, and they turned me around, and I faced a mirror—there was Batman. But then it hit me like a ton of bricks — it’s not just Batman, it’s me!"

Why was Hammer training to use a gun? Was the movie going to introduce us to the 1960’s Batman, when he actually packed heat? Because if I’m not mistaken, Batman is against the use of guns these days. And what other things in this movie will take us back to our original heroes?

 

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