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‘Beautiful Boy’ photocall at the San Sebastian Film Festival

Timmy is at the San Sebastian Film Festival in Spain right now and today there was a photocall for ‘Beautiful Boy’ with him and the film’s director Felix Van Groeningen. You can see images from that in the gallery. You can also see a video from the press conference here or below.


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‘Beautiful Boy’ at TIFF

‘Beautiful Boy’ premiered at the Toronto International Film Festival last night and Timothée was in attendance. You can see images from the premiere and after party in the gallery. He also attended the IMDb studios earlier in the day and you can see images from that in the gallery as well, along with a video here or below. Some reviews have also popped up and you can read some highlights below.


In these scenes and others that find him lashing out at his astonished father, Chalamet once again illustrates an uncanny ability to merge with whatever the material demands of him. A far cry from the sexually adventurous teen of “Call Me By Your Name” or the obnoxious boyfriend of “Lady Bird,” he buries his hunky features under a messy mop of hair and a malleable expression. His face is a Roschach test of emotions, melting from grimace to eerie smirk as the character contends with the invisible processes of a shattered brain.

IndieWire

No matter how many times you look at Timothée Chalamet’s face, it always surprises you. He’s the rare actor you could call handsome and beautiful at the same time, and his pale stretchy features seem to wrap themselves around the emotions he’s feeling — or, in this movie, the lies he’s telling. In “Call Me by Your Name,” Chalamet had a marvelous directness, but in “Beautiful Boy” he’s transformed — he makes Nic, in his muffled millennial James Dean way, skittery and self-involved to the point of being a little disconnected.

Variety

The film is most interesting when it simply provides the opportunity to watch Chalamet. In his clean interludes, Nic is a lovely kid in every way; you’d never suspect there was a demon hiding inside him that would periodically take control of the slim body housing it. But then, of course, actors love the opportunities to go deep into madness and obsession. Chalamet is no exception but, in truth, he’s more exasperating and not as interesting in hooked mode as he is as a promising bright young thing. This guy should stay clean.

The Hollywood Reporter

As for Chalamet, he continues to be one of the most exciting young actors working today. He plays Nic not like a caricature of an addict, but someone with a unique history and specific personality that’s being drowned by his drug habit.

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BFI London Film Festival round up, more ‘Woody Allen’ set

Timothée attended the BFI London Filmestival a few days ago to promote ‘Call Me By Your Name’. You can see images from that in the gallery along with a press conference video below. Two new clips from the movie were also released yesterday and you can see those below as well.

After attending the festival, Timothée is back at work on the untitled Woody Allen movie and you can see some new set images from yesterday in the gallery.

In other news, Timothée is to be honored with a Breaktrough Actor award at the Hollywood Film Awards. Congratulations to Timmy!



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NYFF Round up, ‘Hostiles’ news

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.


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TIFF Round Up Pt. 1, ‘Hot Summer Nights’ news

As you all probably know, Timothée’s at TIFF right now promoting ‘Call Me By Your Name’, ‘Lady Bird’ and ‘Hostiles’. I’ve added images from a couple of vents Timmy attended along with a few photoshoots and you can see them all in the gallery. More to come. You can also see a press conference for ‘Call Me By Your Name’ below.

Also, according to Variety, ‘Hot Summer Nights’ was acquired for distribution by A24 for 2018 release.

A24 and DirecTV have acquired worldwide rights to “Hot Summer Nights,” Variety has learned.

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“Hot Summer Nights” will debut in 2018, and will play in theaters and on DirecTV.


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