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Armie Hammer’s attack on the ‘woke mob’

Cancel culture may be slowly losing its iron grip on Hollywood

When someone compiles the history of 21st-century Hollywood, the section devoted to Armie Hammer will be one of the most bizarre. “Handsome leading man, came to prominence playing twins in The Social Network, a film about a forgotten invention known as Facebook. Most of the films he was subsequently cast in flopped, despite often being…

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