‘Billion Dollar Spy’ was the last project Hammer had left on his schedule, which means that officially any Hollywood studio that had dealings with the actor to be part of its cast, almost all in the ‘lead role’, have terminated your employment relationship with him.
This is not the only way in which Hollywood has joined the media trial and in social networks that the actor faces, there is still no formal legal accusation; one of the most powerful mainstays in the industry, The Walt Disney Company, through 20th Century Studios, has also “turned its back on it.”
Once again the feature film ‘Death on the Nile’, in which Armie shares credits with great faces of the silver screen of the modern era, Kenneth Branagh, Tom Bateman, Annette Bening, Russell Brand, Ali Fazal, Dawn French, Gal Gadot, Rose Leslie, Emma Mackey, Sophie Okonedo, Jennifer Saunders and Letitia Wright, postponed its premiere.
According to official information provided by The Walt Disney Studios, the delay in the launch of the mystery film, which follows the adventures of detective ‘Hercule Poirot’, is due to an issue that has to do with the gradual reopening of cinemas in the US. After the Covid-19 pandemic.
However, specialized media offer a reading between the lines in which the premiere of the production directed by Branagh himself – a sequel to the plot of ‘Murder on the Orient Express’ – would have re-scheduled the film’s arrival on Valentine’s Day in 2022 , for the multiple scandals that Hammer faces.