Die akteur, 34, made headlines recently after messages allegedly written by Hammer — they have not been verified — were leaked featuring graphic sexual fantasies, Bladsy ses berig.
The actor was set to star alongside Jennifer Lopez in “Shotgun Wedding,” a Lionsgate film following a couple whose destination wedding attendees are taken hostage.
“Armie het gevra om van die film af te sien en ons ondersteun hom in sy besluit,” a spokesperson for the production said in a statement to Fox News.
Fox News has learned that his role will be recast even though he was set to begin production shortly.
Hammer also offered a statement to Variety.
“Ek reageer nie op hierdie bulle nie–beweer dit, maar in die lig van die kwaadwillige en valse aanvalle op my, Ek kan my kinders nou nie met goeie gewete agterlaat vir 4 maande om 'n film in die Dominikaanse Republiek te neem,” hy het gesê. “Lionsgate ondersteun my hierin en ek is hulle daarvoor dankbaar.”
A spokesperson for Hammer did not immediately respond to Fox News’ versoek om kommentaar.
“Shotgun Wedding” will be directed by Jason Moore (“Pitch Perfect,” “Sisters”) and is written by Mark Hammer (“Two Night Stand”) and Elizabeth Meriwether (“New Girl”), Volgens IMDb. Lopez will produce and Ryan Reynolds will executive produce.
Hammer is best known for his roles in “The Social Network” en “Call Me by Your Name,” which earned him a Golden Globe nomination in 2018. His recent appearances include an episode of HBO’s “We Are Who We Are” en Netflix‘S “Rebecca” remake.
In Julie, Hammer and his wife of over 10 jare, Elizabeth Chambers, announced their split on social media. They share two children together: daughter Harper Grace, 5, and son Ford Douglas Armand, 3.