A few weeks ago, Armie Hammer left the action comedy Shotgun Wedding, in which he was set to star in with Jennifer Lopez. Now The Social Network and Man from UNCLE star is departing yet another high profile project.
Armie Hammer will no longer be starring in The Offer, a new series coming to the soon-to-be launched Paramount+ that will chronicle the making of Francis Ford Coppola’s classic mob drama The Godfather. Apparently this was an offer he was able to refuse. Read More »
Apparently, someone just made Armie Hammer an offer he couldn’t refuse.
That offer: to play producer Al Ruddy in The Offer, an upcoming television series about the making of Francis Ford Coppola’s cinematic classic The Godfather. The show is aiming to be one of the big titles for the streaming service Paramount+, which is soon being rebranded from its current name, CBS All Access. Get more info about Armie Hammer in The Offer below.
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It’s gonna be a hell of a sell for ViacomCBS to convince people to subscribe to their newly rebranded Paramount+ (formerly CBS All Access). But with its newly announced slate of original titles, Paramount+ may have an offer we can’t refuse.
ViacomCBS announced that five new originals will be arriving to Paramount+ when it rebrands in early 2021, including The Offer, a scripted drama about the making of The Godfather from the perspective of film producer Al Ruddy. Ruddy serves as executive producer on the limited series, which will be written by Michael Tolkin (Escape From Dannemora), who also serves as executive producer.
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