Call Me by Your Name actor Armie Hammer has quit Twitter following the publication of a Buzzfeed essay dissecting his movie career and the opportunities he has been afforded over the past decade.

The essay, titled Ten Long Years of Trying to Make Armie Hammer Happen and written by senior Buzzfeed culture writer Anne Helen Petersen, stipulates that Hammer's white privilege has enabled him multiple chances in Hollywood often not afforded to actresses or people of colour, something Petersen argues Hammer has largely avoiding acknowledging or at least downplayed.
Petersen references Hammer's incredibly wealthy upbringing (he is the great grandson of oil tycoon Armand Hammer), his appearances alongside Ivanka Trump and Jared Kushner in a 2009 Vanity Fair piece about "the next generation of the world's greatest fortunes", and his various high-profile flops over the years – among them Clint Eastwood's J Edgar, Snow White bomb Mirror Mirror, the Johnny Depp actioner The Lone Ranger and 2015's The Man from U.N.C.L.E.
She also discusses the narratives surrounding movie stars, and argues that Hammer has attempted to rewrite his own story in order to appeal to a wider fanbase.
Hammer, who has been in the middle of an extensive press tour for the Oscar-tipped Call Me by Your Name, replied to the article in a tweet that read "Bitter AF", before deleting his Twitter account entirely.
The actor previously discussed quitting Twitter while speaking to Vulture in November, after being embarrassed by a clip of him dancing to The Psychedelic Furs in Call Me by Your Name went viral.
"Anytime I would open up my Twitter, it was just a ton of that," he said, "and I was like, 'Nope, I can't have my nose rubbed in this anymore. I'm out!'"
Hammer's ascent to current internet boyfriend status has been largely assisted by his Twitter presence, with a much-liked Tweet slamming James Woods, and his allegedly inadvertent "liking" of a series of tweets related to rope bondage.

Радио плеер