Amber Tamblyn Says James Woods ‘Tried to Pick’ Her Up When She Was 16: ‘He Wished to Take Us to Vegas’ BY SAEED NASIR

Amber Tamblyn just got in the center of an online spat between James Woods and Armie Hammer, accusing the ex – of trying to choose her up when she was underage.

“James Woods attempted to pick me and my friend up at a restaurant once,” the celebrity, 34, had written on Twitter Monday. “He wanted to take us to Vegas. ‘I’m 16’ I said. ‘Even better’ he said.”

Her tweet came in reaction to an insult Woods experienced hurled at Hammer’s new critically acclaimed gay romance movie, Call Me By Your Name, earlier in the day.

Woods later tweeted that Tamblyn was lying down after giving an answer to a Twitter end user who questioned if he was in a position to criticize the age difference between Hammond’s 24-year-old persona and his on-screen 17-year-old boyfriend.

The Twitter consumer had written: “Why is a 24yo/17yo gay marriage inherently indecent but skeevy old folks trying to get a set of 16 12 months old young girls is ok?”

“The first is illegal. The second is a lie,” Woods responded.
Earlier in the day, Woods quoted a tweet criticizing this distance between Hammer’s 24-year-old character and his 17-year-old love interest (enjoyed by Timoth?e Chalamet) and published, “Because they silently chip away the last barriers of decency,” adding the hashtag of the pro-pedophilia organization.

Hammer quickly responded, contacting out the acting professional for dating 19-year-old Ashley Madison when Woods was 59 for more than six years starting in 2007. He later split up with Madison and started going out with 20-year-old Kristen Bauguess in 2013 when he was 66.

Call Me By Your Name has been gaining rave reviews and Oscar buzz at the Toronto International Film Festivity over the weekend.

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Armie Hammer is contacting James Woods out for a hypocritical tweet about his upcoming movie.

Hammer accepted at a Q&A after having a testing at the festival that he took on the role of the grad student who falls deeply in love with his professor’s son since it made helped bring him out of his safe place.

“To be correctly honest, I think the reason I got this movie, and the reason why I had to take this movie, is the fact that it terrified me,” he said. “It made me unpleasant, it challenged me, and it pressed me. I couldn’t be more thankful for the knowledge.”

Call Me BECAUSE OF YOUR Name is defined going to theaters Nov. 24.

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