Armie Hammer and Leonardo DiCaprio played a longtime couple in 2011’s J. Edgar
Armie Hammer played Leonardo DiCaprio’s longtime lover in the 2011 film J. Edgar and got to kiss the Oscar winner.
During an appearance on Bravo’s Watch What Happens Live this week the always nosy hoat Andy Cohen decided to ask Hammer all about it.
Cohen: ‘Did he have good breath?’
Cohen: ‘Did he use his tongue?’
Hammer: ‘No, no tongue. Respect.’
Cohen: ‘Were his lips soft?’
Cohen: ‘Was your wife jealous?’
Cohen: ‘Were his eyes even dreamier up close?’
Hammer: ‘Yes’ (nodding his head up and down)
Cohen: ‘(Was there) any boner or partial boner?’
Hammer: Deep breath. ‘Yes.’
But the actor did not completely kiss and tell. He does not let on whether the boner was partial or total.
Hammer played Clyde Tolson opposite DiCaprio’s J. Edgar Hoover in the film written by Dustin Lance Black and directed by Clint Eastwood.
The kiss was not the first same-sex making out for DiCaprio.
He shared several passionate lovemaking scenes and kisses with plenty of tongue with David Thewlis in 1995’s Total Eclipse.
As for Hammer, he shares some steamy same-sex kissing and more in this summer’s Call Me by Your Name with young co-star Timothée Chalamet.