Armie Hammer, who appeared as the Winklevoss twins in The Social Network, has spoken candidly about the requirements of his role in Clint Eastwood's J. Edgar Hoover biopic.
Hammer is playing Clyde Tolson, an associate, and rumoured gay lover, of FBI director Hoover (DiCaprio).
Until now, it wasn't clear how explicitly the relationship would be hinted at in the film, but Hammer has spoken to E! Online and revealed some details.
The actor said: "It's not a kissing scene. It's a ton of kissing scenes. I actually just met [DiCaprio] for the first time Saturday at the DGA Awards."
"He's a talented actor. I'm not nervous or afraid of it being awkward. The script is great. The scenes are in there for a reason."
Armie Hammer famously missed out on the chance to play Batman when the Justice League movie stalled, but he hasn't let that bad luck get him down.
Leonardo DiCaprio threw himself into man-on-man love scenes with gusto in 1995's Total Eclipse.
J. Edgar is set to be released in 2012, and is pretty much guaranteed to be a huge awards-season favourite.
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