Armie Hammer ends Paramount + Sequence providing amid scandal
Armie Hammer left another project as he continued to grapple with the aftermath of his recent social media controversy.
Actor Call Me by Your Name has left the upcoming Paramount + series The Offer about the making of the director Francis Ford CoppolaThe groundbreaking 1972 crime drama The Godfather, Variety, featured on Thursday, Jan. 28. The series is supposed to focus on the star-studded Oscar winner from the Hollywood producer’s point of view Al RuddyArmie was supposed to portray.
E! The news has reached out to the actor’s team and streaming service for a comment.
The move follows a scandal earlier this month that included unconfirmed allegations of messages the performer allegedly sent to women about his sexual desires.
The 34-year-old Sorry to Bother You star confirmed on January 19 that he would no longer play in the upcoming Rom-Com Shotgun Wedding Jennifer Lopezciting distractions from the controversy.
“With all the vicious and fake attacks against me online, I can’t safely leave my children for four months to make a movie in the Dominican Republic,” he told E! News in a statement at that time. “Lionsgate supports me in this and I am grateful to them.”