The official Instagram of ‘Hot Summer Nights’ has released a poster for the movie. Check it out in the gallery.
Timothée gave a short interview for V Magazine about ‘Call Me By Your Name’. There’s also a new photoshoot image and you can check that out full size in the gallery.
When asked for his thoughts on the movie’s frank portrayal of the pair’s sexual encounters, Chalamet is quick to look beyond the sensational appeal. “First and foremost,” he underscores, “Call Me by Your Name is a story about love, and first loves, and unrequited, and then, later, requited love.” As with the fate of many a summer romance, Elio and Oliver’s ends. While the two orbit each other in the years to come, it is Elio alone who longs for Oliver. Nora Ephron perhaps summed up the topic of summer love best: “Summer bachelors, like summer breezes, are never as cool as they pretend to be.”
According to The Inquirer and Mirror, Timothée’s upcoming movie ‘Hot Summer Nights’, which already played at SXSW in March, is headed to the Nantucket film festival, June 21-26.
More than 40 feature selections have been announced, including: […] Elijah Bynum’s Cape Cod set “Hot Summer Nights,” starring Timothée Chalamet and Alex Roe
Since things are quiet with ‘Beautiful Boy’ filming, here’s a couple more interviews from SXSW last month.
Thought it was time to update the theme. So welcome to version 2.0. Thanks to A Timeless Memory.
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!
Chalamet, coming off a big win at this year’s past Sundance with Call Me By Your Name, is an absolute natural as Daniel, and his transition from loner to steely drug dealer is palpable.
And also a couple of premiere videos.
According to The Film Stage, ‘Call Me By Your Name’ will get a limited release on November 24, 2017.
Luca Guadagnino‘s intoxicatingly sexy romance Call Me By Your Name was picked up by Sony Pictures Classics before its premiere even occurred and now they’ve given it a release date of November 24, 2017.
The drama will drop in limited release alongside Joe Wright’s Darkest Hour, and just a few days after the Thanksgiving wide releases of Pixar’s Coco, Let it Snow, and Murder on the Orient Express.
SXSW’s ‘Hot Summer Nights’ schedule page has uploaded a new still from the movie. You can see it in the gallery. The film will premiere at the festival on March 13.