According to We Got This Covered, Timmy might be in talks for a horror thriller called ‘The Hunter and the Fox’ with Keanu Reeves playing a villain.
Now, a new report is offering up that the 56 year-old is teaming up with Timothée Chalamet for horror thriller The Hunter and the Fox.
Apparently, Reeves is being eyed to play a father who begins an affair with a tour guide, causing his son to fall in with the wrong crowd, in a story that’s been described as having shades of Stanley Kubrick. Chalamet is said to be in contention for the role of a young man who exerts a bad influence over the son, before the story begins taking a more supernatural turn.
The Hunter and the Fox is listed as being in development on IMDb, and that’s about as far as the official information goes, although it sounds like a hugely exciting project.
Timothée’s Cadillac Lyriq commercial which will air during Super Bowl tonight has been made available online. In it, Timmy plays Edgar Scissorhands, son of Edward Scissorhands. Winona Ryder also appears in the commercial reprising her role from the original movie. You can see the commercial below and some screencaps, stills and BTS images in the gallery. Edit:Vogue also has a short interview about the commercial along with a couple of photoshoot images. So go check that out as well.
Timothée was spotted on set of his upcoming Netflix movie ‘Don’t Look Up’ yesterday. You can see some images in the gallery. Also, apparently he’s going to be featured in a Cadillac commercial for Super Bowl, playing Edward Scissorhands’ son, so look out for that as well.
According to Deadline, Luca Guadagnino is planning on casting Timothée in his upcoming horror movie ‘Bones & All’, which is described as ‘a horror love story’.
The Call Me By Your Name team finally might be reuniting. Sources tell Deadline that Timothée Chalamet and Luca Guadagnino are eyeing a new movie and bringing Taylor Russell along for the ride. Chalamet and Russell are in talks to star in Bones & All with Guadagnino directing. Dave Kajganich penned the script. No start date has been set.
Not much is known about the project other than it being a horror-love story revolving around Chalamet and Russell’s characters. The package already is gaining steam as sources add that multiple bidders are interested.
The Manhattan Theatre Club is showing some clips and commentary of ‘Prodigal Son’ with Timothée and playwright John Patrick Shanley on their YouTube page. It will premiere tomorrow, Thursday, January 21. See the video live below.
‘Saturday Night Live’s’ Instagram has released a couple of behind the scenes images of Timmy in rehearsal. You can check them out in the gallery. Timothée will appear on SNL this Saturday, December 12. Edit: You can also see a promo clip below.
According to The Wrap, Warner Bros will release all their 2021 movies on HBO Max and theatres simultaneously. Which means that if the release date satys the same, the ‘Dune’ will be released on HBO Max on October 1, 2021.
Warner Bros. is radically changing up its distribution strategy for 2021, releasing all 17 of its movies for the year in theaters and on HBO Max simultaneously.
Just as “Wonder Woman 1984” will be released on Christmas Day both in theaters and on HBO Max, Warner Bros.’ entire 2021 slate will play on the WarnerMedia streaming service and theatrically worldwide. However, every film will be available for just one month on HBO Max before it leaves the platform, and it will then continue playing theaters with normal distribution windows.
Again, this applies to every movie on Warner’s 2021 slate — though some are still in production and the exact list is subject to change. That includes major tentpoles like “Godzilla vs. Kong,” DC Films’ “The Suicide Squad,” Timothée Chalamet’s “Dune” and Keanu Reeves’ “Matrix 4.”
Document Journal has released their interview with Timmy on their website along with gorgeous new photoshoot images which you can admire in the gallery.
When Chalamet first stepped in front of Hedi Slimane’s lens in 2014, he was all but unknown—the lanky, 17-year-old blueprint of the star he was to become. Today, Chalamet is one of the most recognizable faces in cinema, with projects running the gamut from period dramas to sci-fi epics. In David Michôd’s The King, he was the reluctant heir to the English throne; in Greta Gerwig’s remake of Little Women, he breathed life into the boyish, lovesick Laurie, while her solo directorial debut, Lady Bird, saw him assume the ostentatiously suave posture of the dirtbag boyfriend; and in Felix Van Groeningen’s biographical drama Beautiful Boy, he depicted the emotional turbulence of a teenage meth and heroin addict’s painful path towards recovery—one that feels all the more heart-wrenching in the midst of America’s opioid crisis.
In the years since his rapid ascent, Chalamet has made a point to establish himself as an artist first and foremost, taking on unconventional roles in independent projects. But when he and Slimane reunited in Saint-Tropez, Chalamet had just emerged from shooting his first major studio film, Denis Villeneuve’s reboot of the sci-fi epic Dune, a story that has renewed relevance in our political moment. “The battle of tribes and cultures [in Dune] is unfortunately extremely pertinent to the world today,” Chalamet tells Document. “I think there are many contemporary parallels with the world we live in.”
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