Armie Hammer’s first movie trailer since ‘cannibal’ scandal

Armie Hammer followers will eat this up.

Following jaw-dropping claims of his freaky cannibalism fetish, the trailer for the upcoming indie thriller “Crisis” that includes Hammer has dropped.

In the Golden Globe nominee’s first movie since his alleged cannibal-kink texts surfaced, the 34-year-old performs an agent looking down a drug kingpin behind a multi-cartel fentanyl smuggling operation between the US and Canada.

Sandwiched amongst field workplace huge wigs Gary Oldman, Evangeline Lilly and Greg Kinnear, Hammer’s look within the “Crisis” teaser comes simply days after the actor announced his exit from forthcoming flick “Shotgun Wedding,” starring Jennifer Lopez.

His determination to “step away” from the Lionsgateproduction got here shortly after the cannibalismallegations emerged on social media in early January.

“I’m not responding to those bulls–t claims however in gentle of the vicious and spurious on-line assaults towards me, I can’t in good conscience now depart my kids for 4 months to shoot a movie within the Dominican Republic,” Hammer stated in a press release to Page Six, including, “Lionsgate is supporting me on this and I’m grateful to them for that.”

Suspicions concerning “The Social Network” star’s pursuits first went viral by way of nameless Instagram account @houseofeffie.The profile leaked a sequence of textual content message screenshots by which Hammer allegedly admits his urge for food for folks components.

Armie Hammer makes his first appearance since cannibalism claims in trailer for indie thriller film "Crisis."
Armie Hammer makes his first on-screen look since his cannibalism scandal within the trailer for indie thriller “Crisis.”
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“I’m 100% a cannibal,” one of many Hollywood heavy-hitter’s alleged messages learn. “I wish to eat you. F–okay. That’s scary to confess. I’ve by no means admitted that earlier than.”

Hammer’s ex-girlfriend, Courtney Vucekovich, 32, likened the actor to fictional flesh-fiend Hannibal Lecter. She exclusively told Page Six: “He stated to me he desires to interrupt my rib and barbecue and eat it.”

Another former lover of Hammer’s Paige Lorenze told Page Six that the “Call Me By Your Name” frontman loved knife-play and would deliberately scar her for his personal sexual satisfaction.

“He would minimize off underwear or bras and use the knife and put it throughout my physique,” Lorenze, 22, stated.

Lawyers for Hammer denied the abuse allegations, saying partly: “The storiesbeing perpetuated within the media are a misguided try to current a one-sided narrative with the objective of tarnishing Mr. Hammer’s fame.”

“Crisis” is ready to hit movie theaters nationwide on Feb. 26, and can be obtainable for VOD streaming March 5.



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