Armie Hammer has been living a quiet life away from the spotlight after he was accused of sexual misconduct by several women in 2021.
However, the “Call Me By Your Name” star, 37, returned to social media Wednesday to post a puzzling video of himself watching the 1968 film “The Swimmer” while riding on a train.
With his Instagram feed otherwise completely wiped, the puzzling train clip is the only post he currently has up on the social media site.
Some Instagrammers appeared excited to have him back, leaving comments on Hammer’s post to welcome his return.
“The king is back. Please don’t leave us anymore, Armie. We love you and wish you all the best because you deserve it,” one gushed.
Another fan chimed in: “Welcome back Armie!! You’ve been missed.”
“So good to see you posting again,” added one person.
“Armiiieee!!!! It’s so great to see your post. I hope you’re fine. We missed you so much,” another commenter wrote.
Someone else wrote: “Get back in the game Armie!! You’re the best!”
The “Swimmer” scene that Hammer was watching featured star Burt Lancaster’s character, Ned Merrill, sprinting next to a horse.
As previously reported, the “Social Network” star was accused in 2021 of “violently” raping a woman named Effie. He also allegedly sent several women graphic sexual messages about rape and cannibalism.
Hammer has denied the reports against him.
Watch the video below:
The Los Angeles County District Attorney’s Office confirmed in May that Hammer would not be charged with sexual assault.
“Sexual assault cases are often difficult to prove, which is why we assign our most experienced prosecutors to review them,” a spokesperson for the DA’s office told Page Six at the time.
The spokesperson added, “In this case, those prosecutors conducted an extremely thorough review, but determined that at this time, there is insufficient evidence to charge Mr. Hammer with a crime.”
The “Man From U.N.C.L.E” actor and his then-estranged wife, Elizabeth Chambers, also finalized their divorce earlier this year.
Chambers, 41, first filed for divorce in July 2020, after a decade of marriage. The couple share two kids — Harper, 9, and Ford, 7.
She has been living in the Cayman Islands with her children since 2020.