EW has released its fall movie preview and it contains a new still from ‘Beautiful Boy’ which you can see in the gallery. I also added an older image from the set of ‘Hostiles’.
Timothée Chalamet starred in “Hostiles”, which released back in December 2017. High quality screen captures from the movie have been added to the gallery. Make sure to check them out!
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For this last update of the year, I’ve added some older pictures from the Hamptons International Film Festival Variety’s Ten Actors to Watch event from October 7 and a behind the scenes image from Timmy recording ‘Misadventures’ by Donald Margulies for Playing On Air. According to their official Facebook page, this will become available as a podcast in February.
Some new ‘Hostiles’ clips have also been released and you can see those below.
Timothée turns 22 today. Happy birthday, Timmy! I’ve added some random older pictures to the gallery along with a ‘Hostiles’ still (you have to look for him on that one). You can also some some B-roll footage from behind the scenes of ‘Hostiles’ below. It’s out in limited release now, so if you have a chance to see it, do it!
Timothée attended several events these past few days for both ‘Call Me By Your Name’ and ‘Hostiles’ and you can see images from those in the gallery along with some new photoshoot images and magazine scans.
And according to Desert Sun, Timothée will also be awarded the Rising Star award at the Palm Springs Film Festival on January 2.
Chalamet, who turns 22 on Dec. 26, is primarily receiving his award for his acclaimed performance in “Call Me By Your Name,” a Luca Guadagnino film with an adapted screenplay by James Ivory.
Chalamet also is featured in two other films receiving awards buzz. He plays an army private helping to escort a Cheyenne chief and his family through a dangerous part of the Old West in Scott Cooper’s “Hostile,” starring Rosamund Pike and Christian Bale. He plays a boy giving Saoirse Ronan’s lead character her first sexual experience in Greta Gerwig’s “Lady Bird.” The latter was nominated for audience awards at the Mill Valley and Gotham Independent Film Awards festivals while “Hostile” was the opening night film of the recent AFI Fest.
Huffington Post has released another clip from ‘Call Me By Your Name’ ahead of its release in the UK tomorrow. You can see it at their website or embedded below. And according to Box Office Mojo, ‘Hostiles’ will have a limited release on December 22. I have also added an older Sundance photoshoot to the gallery.
Timothée attended ‘Call Me By Your Name’ related events at NYFF this past week. You can see images in the gallery and a video here.
In other news, ‘Hostiles’ has found distribution. According to EW:
The best actor Oscar race just gained another contender, as Byron Allen’s Entertainment Studios has acquired Scott Cooper’s $50 million Christian Bale-fronted western Hostiles for North American distribution.
Also starring Rosamund Pike, Jesse Plemons, Ben Foster, Q’orianka Kilcher, Wes Studi, and Timothée Chalamet, Hostiles — about a hardened Army captain with a bloody past tasked with escorting a Cheyenne war chief and his family through the violent plains of the American west — is looking at a December release date to qualify for the 90th Academy Awards, with expansion slated for January 2018.
Trailers for Timothée’s movies are coming out faster than you can say “best breakthrough actor of 2017” as Deadline has released a teaser trailer for ‘Hostiles’. You can’t see Timmy in it, but the film looks gorgeous. Sadly it doesn’t have a distributor yet, so no release date, but hopefully it will be picked up soon.
The first still from ‘Hostiles’ featuring Timothée has been released (even though he’s quite blurred) and you can see that in the gallery. ‘Lady Bird’ was also screened at Telluride yesterday and you can read a short snippet about Timothée below and the full review over at IndieWire.
In the meantime, Lady Bird’s enduring the more pressing challenges of amateur high school plays and ramshackle romances, pivoting between ill-advised romances with the good-natured Danny (Lucas Hedges) and chic rocker Kyle (Timothée Chalamet, a world apart from the gay teen in “Call Me By Your Name”).