Timothée is in the new issue of The Hollywood Reporter for the Actors Roundtable. You can read that interview here. You can also see the photoshoot images from that in the gallery. Vanity Fair’s Actors on Actors full video is now also out, you can see that here. Some photoshoot images from that have also been added to the gallery along with both magazine’s covers.
A new interview with Timothée has been published by Deadline Hoolywood. You can read it here. The article was accompanied by a few new photoshoot images as well, so you can see those in the gallery.
Timtothée did a photoshoot for the winter 2018 issue of I-D Magazine, which he is also on the cover of! He was also interviewed by the one and only Harry Styles. Photos from the photoshoot and the magazine cover have been added to the gallery. Click “Continue Reading” to read Timothee & Harry’s conversation!
Timothée graces the cover of the March issue of GQ. You can read the interview here, see images in the gallery in HQ and read a few excerpts below as well.
His is a brimming exuberance that’s reined in by a sober conscientiousness. Often there seem to be two competing forces pulling at either arm: the desire to let everything in, to not take any of this good fortune for granted, while also contending with a constant low-level fear of losing the thing he’s only just grabbed hold of. “Fuck yeah, while it’s going on, I’m going to enjoy every second of this—it sounds cheesy, but I think of myself as an actor third, an artist second, and a fan first,” he said. “But I have genuine fear of having the inability to replicate this moment again.”
He’s self-critical and cautious. He’s skeptical of “the artificial maturity that can accompany young actors.” He repeats often “that the male brain doesn’t fully develop until 25.” He’s wary of the pitfalls of early success and thinks constantly about fucking it up. It’s imperative to him that he not be “a flash in the pan, or do anything to encourage the idea that this is a moment, and a flavor of the month.… I look at the road map for young male actors, for young actors, and it’s not particularly healthy.” One way to protect himself, he knows, is to show up and make it clear how entirely appreciative he is of everything that’s happened this fall and winter, but then to disappear as quickly as possible back into a new project, back into the work.
Another day, another event. Yesterday, Timmy attended the New York Film Critics Circle awards where he also accepted the award for Best Actor. You can see images in the gallery. W Magazine has also listed some of the best performers of last year and Tommy is included along with another photoshoot image. He has also been nominated for a BAFTA Rising Star award. You can vote for him here if you’re in the UK.
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.
Timothée and Armie Hammer are featured in the new edition of British GQ Style, on newsstands this Thursday. You can see a preview in the gallery.
Timotheé Chalamet on filming the infamous peach scene…
“I remember eating a peach maybe a week after that scene and thinking, ‘Oh, we did a scene with this fruit.’ I didn’t have it to the degree I do now but just from flicking around online, that’s the scene that’s consistently highlighted itself. It’s funny because now I’m about as aware of that as I could be. When we were shooting that scene, you know, sometimes I really would forget that the camera was there. By the time we did that scene it was almost like an out of body experience.”