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Miles Teller will replace Armie Hammer as the lead role in the upcoming series “The Offer” after Hammer exited the project amid sexual misconduct accusations.
Teller, 34, will portray “The Godfather” producer Albert S. Ruddy in the 10-episode Paramount+ limited series, which details the making of the 1972 crime film. The “Whiplash” star will also be an executive producer, Variety reported on Friday.
Hammer, also 34, was dropped from “The Offer” in January after several women accused him on social media of sending them explicit messages about rape and cannibalism.
The embattled actor also stepped away from the Jennifer Lopez action-comedy “Shotgun Wedding,” the thriller “Billion Dollar Spy” and the Broadway show “The Minutes.”
After losing the roles in the wake of his alleged social media activity, Hammer was accused of rape by a woman name Effie. She claimed during a press conference in March that Hammer had “violently” raped her in 2017 for over four hours.
The Golden Globe nominee has denied any wrongdoing, saying in a statement that “all of his interactions with [Effie] — and every other sexual partner of his for that matter — have been completely consensual, discussed and agreed upon in advance, and mutually participatory.”
The Los Angeles Police Department said in March that it had opened an investigation into Effie’s allegation.
“The Offer” was co-written and will be executive produced by Nikki Toscano and Michael Tolkin. Dexter Fletcher is set to direct the first and last episodes and will also serve as an executive producer alongside Leslie Greif, Ruddy and Teller.
The project will be produced by Paramount Television Studios.
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