Armie Hammer Is Not In Any Of The Character Posters For “Death On The Nile” And Is Only Briefly In The New Trailer

January 12, 2022 / Posted by:

Death On The Nile is out on February 11th only in theatres and a new special look trailer has been released, as have character posters for all the major players–EXCEPT ONE! You guessed it, alleged predator and abuser, Armie Hammer, is noticeably missing from the character posters, despite being part of the main cast and playing Gal Gadot‘s newly married husband. But apart from that screen-grab from the trailer above, he’s been erased from most of the movie’s marketing.

Armie Hammer is experiencing what the people in Avenger’s Infinity War did when Thanos snapped and they started evaporating because he’s nowhere to be found. Last year, multiple women came forward with allegations that Armie was abusive, talked about eating their ribs, ignored safe words, branded an ex of his, and was an all-around psychotic creep. Armie went to rehab for several months for his sex issues anyway, but not before he got dropped from his talent agency and dropped from movies. And since I’m assuming they can’t recut DOTN to not include him, he’s being hidden somewhere in the back.

DOTN is based on the 1937 Agatha Christie novel of the same name and is the sequel to 2017’s Murder On the Orient Express also directed by Kenneth Branagh who also stars as Hercule Poirot, in the films. It follows the murder mystery of a newlywed trip in Egypt gone south and also stars Tom Bateman, Annette Bening, Russell Brand, Ali Fazal, Dawn French, Rose Leslie, Emma Mackey, Sophie Okonedo, Jennifer Saunders, and Letitia Wright. The character posters are out and they give each character a label like Annette Bening is “The Mother” and Letitia is “The Vector Of Infection.” Just kidding! Letitia is actually playing “The Manager.” Here are the posters and no, there’s no poster for Armie:

If you scroll through the comments section of that post, you’ll see people are quite mad about it. The Armie fans (or Armie himself since he has the time) came out in droves:

“WE NEED ARMIE HAMMER IN PROMO!! He deserves to be involved in promoting the film.”

“I hope you will correct this injustice and will include Armie Hammer in the upcoming promo. He hasn’t been charged with any crime, he is innocent and he is an essential part of this cast.”


“Excited to see Armie Hammer!”

“The only reason I’d see this movie is for Armie, y’all are sleeping on this.”

And here’s the new trailer:

The production budget on this was reportedly $90 million and I guess the studio didn’t want to pour more money into it. Because obviously, the right thing to do would be to replace Armie with a CGI avatar of the late Christopher Plummer.

Pic: YouTube

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