Hello and welcome to Timothée Chalamet Network. Timothée is an American actor best known for 'Miss Stevens' and 'Call Me By Your Name'. TCN hopes to provide you with the latest news, images and videos of Timothée. So enjoy your stay!
According to Deadline, both ‘Call Me By Your Name’ and ‘Hostiles’ are going to be in the Special Presentations section at the Toronto Film Festival in September. The schedule will be announced on August 22. From the official TIFF website:
Christian Bale, Rosamund Pike, Jesse Plemons, Wes Studi, and Adam Beach star in this 19th-century western drama from director Scott Cooper (Crazy Heart, Black Mass), about an Army captain who agrees to escort a dying Cheyenne war chief back to his tribal lands.
The latest from Italian auteur Luca Guadagnino ( I Am Love, A Bigger Splash) explores the tender, tentative relationship that blooms over the course of one summer between a 17-year-old boy on the cusp of adulthood (Timothée Chalamet) and his father’s research assistant (Armie Hammer).
Timothée attended the ‘Hot Summer Nights’ premiere at SXSW on March 13th and you can see images from that in the gallery along with some other events at SXSW and a new photoshoot image. So check those out!
According to Variety, ‘Hot Summer Nights’ is headed to the SXSW festival in March in the ‘Narrative Spotlight’ part.
“Hot Summer Nights”
Director: Elijah Bynum
A lonely teenage boy is sent away to Cape Cod where he befriends the town rebel, falls in love and becomes entangled in a drug ring all over the course of one summer in 1991. Cast: Timothee Chalamet, Maika Monroe, Alex Roe, Maia Mitchell, William Fichtner, Thomas Jane, Emory Cohen (World Premiere)
Meanwhile, relative newcomer Chalamet combines the intellectual precocity and hot-blooded animal energy of a young Louis Garrel, circa “the Dreamers,” distinguishing himself via the character’s mastery of three languages (English, French, and Italian) and two musical instruments (guitar and piano).
Though Hammer might be the bigger star and he certainly has a juicier-than-usual role here that he clearly relishes, the true breakout of the film is 21-year-old Chalamet. Elio is someone who is experiencing a lot of things for the first time, for which he barely has any words, but Chalamet’s face and body language turn his character into an open book. The minutes-long and wordless final shot, another rare close-up of Elio, is so mesmerizing that it immediately cements his status as one of the world’s brightest young talents. The chemistry between the men is palpable, but what’s more important, they convey their character’ complex emotions, expectations and thoughts without necessarily opening their mouths.