A promotional poster for the upcoming comedy "The Death of Stalin" has scrubbed out actor Jeffrey Tambor


Jeffrey Tambor's future in the show "Transparent" was all but sealed last week when the producers confirmed he wouldn't be back for the show's fifth season. Why? claims emerged late last year that he had sexually harassed colleagues on the set of "Transparent."

Tambor, 73,  is actually quite good in his upcoming movie "The Death of Stalin," he had originally appeared in the initial poster for the movie, which had, alongside him, fellow cast members Rupert Friend, Michael Palin, Jeffrey Tambor, Steve Buscemi, and Jason Isaacs, but The Wrap found a nifty little manoeuvre on the part of Amazon which has now had his face removed from the artwork. Andrea Riseborough now replaces Tambor on the poster, anything with Riseborough is fine by me, she's my Queen B, however, Tambor does have a commendably important role in the film so it's not like people will just go to "The Death of Stalin" and not notice that Tambor is in more 60% of the scenes.
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Tambor still maintains his innocence and blames a highly politicized "Transparent" set for the supposed witchhunt:
“I am profoundly disappointed in Amazon’s handling of these false accusations against me. I am even more disappointed in Jill Soloway’s unfair characterization of me as someone who would ever cause harm to any of my fellow cast mates. In our four-year history of working together on this incredible show, these accusations have NEVER been revealed or discussed directly with me or anyone at Amazon. Therefore, I can only surmise that the investigation against me was deeply flawed and biased toward the toxic politicized atmosphere that afflicted our set. As I have consistently stated, I deeply regret if any action of mine was ever misinterpreted by anyone and I will continue to vehemently defend myself. I also deeply regret that this ground-breaking show, which changed so many lives, is now in jeopardy. That, to me, is the biggest heartbreak.”

“As I have consistently stated, I deeply regret if any action of mine was ever misinterpreted by anyone and I will continue to vehemently defend myself,” he said.
"The Death of Stalin" opens in U.S. theaters on March 9.