First poster for ‘Call Me By Your Name’ has been released. You can see it in the gallery. Hopefully that means that the trailer won’t be far behind.
According to Deadline, both ‘Call Me By Your Name’ and ‘Hostiles’ are going to be in the Special Presentations section at the Toronto Film Festival in September. The schedule will be announced on August 22. From the official TIFF website:
Christian Bale, Rosamund Pike, Jesse Plemons, Wes Studi, and Adam Beach star in this 19th-century western drama from director Scott Cooper (Crazy Heart, Black Mass), about an Army captain who agrees to escort a dying Cheyenne war chief back to his tribal lands.
The latest from Italian auteur Luca Guadagnino ( I Am Love, A Bigger Splash) explores the tender, tentative relationship that blooms over the course of one summer between a 17-year-old boy on the cusp of adulthood (Timothée Chalamet) and his father’s research assistant (Armie Hammer).
According to Dark Horizons, Timothée, along with Elle Fanning, is in talks to join Woody Allen’s next project that is focused on young love.
Elle Fanning and “Call Me By Your Name” breakout star Timothee Chalamet have been offered two of the three lead roles in Woody Allen’s next film with both in early talks to star.
As usual, the title and plot are being kept under wraps but one difference with this is that Allen intends to make a movie about young love.
Also, another upcoming movie of Timothée’s, ‘Lady Bird’, has been picked up for distribution by A24 and will be released in the fall accoring to Deadline.
Since ‘Hot Summer Nights’ is heading to the Nantucket Film Festival next week, their official Instagram has released another new poster. Check it out!
Timotheé’s featured in the July issue of ‘Interview Magazine’ talking about filming ‘Interstellar’, ‘Hostiles’, ‘Beautiful Boy’ and a few more things. You can read it here and see the images in the gallery.
Well, I’m in San Francisco right now, working on a project called Beautiful Boy, trying to follow in the footsteps of committed performances and performers—I’m playing a heroin and methamphetamine addict. I lost weight to help accurately capture the dark stages of the drug. I’ve been getting to work with Steve Carell and just feel like the luckiest kid in the world. I love being able to see how people sink into the material—like watching you work your way through scenes, trying new things, always keeping it fresh. I got to work with Christian Bale over the summer, on Hostiles. It’s so impressive to see you guys work. I want to attack and to lead my life with vigor, but I’m in the watching stage at the moment. Younger actors feel pressure to bring a pop to every scene, as the roles get bigger, I’m finding you can add layers and do less scene-to-scene.
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.
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