Being tapped to step in for Hammer, who faces sexual assault allegations, in "Shotgun Wedding" is "not how I like to get roles," the actor said.
The alleged victim, identified only as 24-year-old Effie, said the "Social Network" star "abused me mentally, emotionally and sexually" during their relationship.
The Food Network personality told fans she supports “any victim of assault or abuse” amid troubling allegations against her estranged husband.
The actor pushed back on the "spurious online attacks," calling them "bulls**t," and said he couldn't "in good conscience" leave his kids to film a movie right now.
The actor said he won't respond to the "bulls**t claims" that he's into cannibalism.
Plus, how those Timothée Chalamet and Armie Hammer cameos came about.
The "Call Me by Your Name" star and his family had been quarantining in the Cayman Islands for weeks prior to the announcement.
The "Call Me By Your Name" star's new look gave off a "Tiger King" vibe to some commenters.
Kravitz's post put Hammer in mind of a certain saucy moment in "Call Me By Your Name."
The actor drew attention on social media to Marvel Entertainment Chairman Isaac Perlmutter, a longtime Trump supporter.