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Timothée to Present at the Spirit Awards

Spirit Awards: Timothee Chalamet, Janelle Monae, Robert Pattinson Round Out Presenters List

DEADLINEEXCLUSIVE: Film Independent has announced the final batch of presenters set to take the stage at the 33rd edition of the Independent Spirit Awards, which IFC will air live Saturday at 2 PM PT/5 PM ET.

Joining the roster of presenters are Call Me by Your Name‘s Timothée Chalamet (who’s up for Best Male Lead and also the best actor Oscar the next day), Robert Pattinson (also up for Best Male Lead for his role in Good Time), Spirit Award winner Janelle Monáe, Get Out scene-stealer Lil Rel Howery and awards-season MVP Michael Stuhlbarg. Rounding out the list of presenters are Zoey Deutch, Elizabeth Olsen, Joseph Gordon-Levitt and Sarah Silverman.

Film Independent also said that Sunflower Bean will be the house band during the event on the beach in Santa Monica.

The latest presenters join the previously announced Fred Armisen, Chadwick Boseman, Carrie Brownstein, John Cho, Jason Clarke, Jon Hamm, Ethan Hawke, Salma Hayek Pinault, Spike Lee, Ben Mendelsohn, Kumail Nanjiani, Margot Robbie, Amanda Seyfried, Lena Waithe, and Ava DuVernay, who is this year’s Honorary Chair.

This year’s nominees for the banner Best Feature are Call Me by Your Name, The Florida Project, Get Out, Lady Bird and The Rider. Dee Rees’ Mudbound will receive the Robert Altman Award, which is bestowed upon one film’s director, casting director and ensemble cast.

Nick Kroll (Big Mouth, The League) and John Mulaney (Kid Gorgeous, Big Mouth) are returning as hosts after injecting their “Oh Hello!” humor into last year’s ceremony, giving it a jolt of irreverence. The Spirit Awards are the primary fundraiser for Film Independent’s year-round programs, which cultivate the careers of emerging filmmakers and promote diversity in the industry.

“Beautiful Boy” Sets Fall Release

Amazon Studios is set to release Beautiful Boy on October 12. Timothée stars in the film along with Steve Carell.

Steve Carell & Timothée Chalamet Title ‘Beautiful Boy’ Sets Fall Release

DEADLINEEXCLUSIVE: Amazon Studios will release Felix van Groeningen’s Beautiful Boy starring Steve Carell and Timothée Chalamet, on October 12.

Pic is based on the best-selling pair of memoirs from father and son David (Carell) and Nic Sheff (Chalamet), which chronicles the heartbreaking and inspiring experience of survival, relapse, and recovery in a family coping with meth addiction over many years. The film also stars Maura Tierney, Amy Ryan and Timothy Hutton.

Groeningen and Luke Davies (Lion) wrote the screenplay, and Plan B Entertainment’s Brad Pitt, Dede Gardner and Jeremy Kleiner produce.

Beautiful Boy will receive a platform release. The pic sounds like another Amazon title destined for awards. Carell was nominated for a best actor Oscar for 2015’s Foxcatcher, while Chalamet received his first Oscar nom for best actor this season for Sony Pictures Classics’ Call Me by Your Name. 

Following Woody Allen’s Wonder Wheel in December, Amazon Studios is now self-distributing their releases. Previously, they would partner with a distributor. Their Nash Edgerton’s upcoming comedy drama Gringo on March 9 is one of the last titles to go out via a partner, in that case it’s STXfilms.

Timothée Joins “The King”

Exciting news! Timothée is set to star in The King as the title character, Henry V.

Timothee Chalamet To Play King Henry V In David Michôd Netflix Film ‘The King’

DEADLINEEXCLUSIVE: Timothee Chalamet is firming his first starring role since being Oscar nominated for his breakout turn in Call Me By Your Name. Chalamet will star as the title character in The King, a Plan B-produced drama helmed by David Michôd. Production will start in June. Joel Edgerton and Michôd  wrote the script.

Chalamet will play the young Henry V. After his brother is killed in battle before his coronation, a young king is coronated in the late 1300s. The reluctant ruler wears the crown at a time when England was near a war with France, and the empire is teetering. He rises to the occasion, admirably. Plan B’s Brad Pitt, Dede Gardner and Jeremy Kleiner will produce along with Edgerton and Michôd. Liz Watts, who produced the Michôd-directed Animal Kingdom and The Rover, are also producing.

Michôd made his most recent film with Plan B and Netflix, the Brad Pitt-starrer War Machine. Chalamet is also reuniting with Plan B, starring with Steve Carell in the Felix Von Groeningen-directed Amazon Studios drama Beautiful Boy.

Chalamet is repped by UTA and attorney Lev Ginsburg. Michôd and Watts are also repped by UTA.

Celebrate with Timothée Chalamet & Armie Hammer

Celebrate with Timothée Chalamet, Armie Hammer and the Cast of Call Me By Your Name

It’s time to tell your friends “later!” because you’re off to LA to attend the Sony Pictures Classics private pre-Oscars dinner party with the cast of Call Me By Your Name. You and a guest will join Timothée Chalamet, Armie Hammer and the filmmakers at an incredible dinner the night before the Academy Awards. You’ll toast the nominees, snap a photo and talk about whatever you want (we hope the whole thing turns into an 80’s dance party, but that’s just us). And besides all the amazing memories, you’ll also go home with a copy of André Aciman’s Call Me By Your Name signed by André, Armie Hammer, Michael Stuhlbarg, and Academy Award nominees Timothée Chalamet, Luca Guadagnino (director and producer) and James Ivory (screenwriter). It’s going to be as sweet as a summer in Italy. Flights and hotel included. Clich here for more information.

Virtuosos Awards – 33rd Santa Barbara International Film Festival

Virtuosos Awards – 33rd Santa Barbara International Film Festival

Timothée attended the Virtuosos Awards presented by UGG during the 33rd Santa Barbara International Film Festival at Arlington Theatre in California (February 3). During the event, Timothée joined breakthrough actors Daniel Kaluuya, Hong Chau, John Boyega, Kumail Nanjiani and Mary J. Blige. The six talked about their films, careers and awards during one-on-one conversations and a group conversation.


Coming of Age on the Big Screen

Coming of Age on the Big Screen

The New York Times released an interview featuring Timothée and his Lady Bird co-star Saoirse Ronan. Check out the interview below!

How to Come of Age Onscreen? Saoirse Ronan and Timothée Chalamet Know

THE NEW YORK TIMES – “Want to know what I call him?” Saoirse Ronan asked, pointing at Timothée Chalamet, who had just joined us at the table and was shrugging off his coat. “Pony,” the actress said, “Because he’ll come up to Greta and me and nuzzle us.”

“Greta” is the screenwriter and director Greta Gerwig, making it a high-class stable: All three are nominated for an Oscar at this year’s Academy Awards. And as if on cue, Mr. Chalamet lowered his head like a baby foal and nestled it gently beneath Ms. Ronan’s jaw. “It’s quite disarming,” she said with a laugh. “My Pretty Pony!”
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Dorian Awards Winners

Dorian Awards Winners

The Dorian Award winners were announced on Wednesday, and Timothée won the Film Performance of the Year – Actor and Rising Star awards! Call Me by Your Name was named Film of the Year.

Dorian Awards: ‘Call Me by Your Name’ Hailed as Film of the Year

GALECA, the Society of LGBTQ Entertainment Critics, gave its top acting prizes to Timothee Chalamet and Sally Hawkins.

THE HOLLYWOOD REPORTERCall Me by Your Name has been named film of the year by GALECA: The Society of LGBTQ Entertainment Critics, which is comprised of more than 200 gay, lesbian, bisexual, transgender, queer and entertainment journalists in the U.S., Canada and the U.K., which announced its Dorian Award winners on Wednesday. The film also earned Timothee Chalamet a Dorian Award as Film Performance of the Year – Actor and as Rising Star. Sally Hawkins was awarded the comparable best actress prize for The Shape of Water.

Lady Bird’s Greta Gerwig was named Director of the Year.

Jordan Peele earned Screenplay of the Year for Get Out. Peele was also crowned Wilde Artist of the Year and Wilde Wit of the Year. He shares the latter award with Saturday Night Live’s Kate McKinnon.

Meryl Streep was crowned the group’s latest choice for Timeless Star, a career achievement honor.

“Who doesn’t love Meryl Streep outside of non-feminist Donald Trump?” said Diane Anderson-Minshall, GALECA’s president as well as editorial director of The Advocate magazine. “Streep’s latest film, The Post, speaks to her commitment to playing, and supporting, strong women who push for or at least embody the need for equality.”

Added John Griffiths, GALECA’s executive director, “From Sophie’s Choice to Postcards From the Edge, Streep’s an incredibly stirring and affecting actress who transports, delights and nails various accents like no other. I’d say she definitely qualifies as a timeless star — and amid all the headlines about sexual harassment in Hollywood, she’s also a very relevant current voice.”

God’s Own Country — another love story involving two gay men — won as GALECA’s Unsung Film of the Year. The Shape of Water was recognized as Visually Striking Film of the Year. And mother!, Darren Aronofsky’s psychological chiller starring Jennifer Lawrence, was hailed as Campy Flick of the Year.

Among TV categories, HBO’s Big Little Lies took TV Drama of the Year, and Amazon’s The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel was named TV Comedy of the Year.

A number of the recipients will join the group for GALECA’s annual Winners Toast on Feb. 24 in Beverly Hills. A complete list of winners follows.
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“Call Me by Your Name” DVD & Blu-ray Release Date

PEOPLE have released an exclusive featurette clip of Call Me by Your Name from the DVD/Blu-ray. Call Me by Your Name will be released on digital platforms February 27, and DVD and Blu-ray will be out from March 13.

Timothée Chalamet on Seducing Armie Hammer with ‘Piano Playing’ in Call Me By Your Name


PEOPLE – Fresh off of earning four Oscar nominations, including a nod for Best Picture, Timothée Chalamet and Armie Hammer’s romance Call Me By Your Name is headed to DVD and Blu-ray.

In a clip — exclusive to PEOPLE — from a featurette that appears on the disc, Chalamet recalls learning to play the piano for a crucial scene where his character seduces Hammer’s.

In addition to this bonus, titled “Snapshots of Italy: The Making of Call Me By Your Name,” the release will include audio commentary with Chalamet and Michael Stuhlbarg, who plays his father in the film; another featurette titled “In Conversation with Armie Hammer, Timothée Chalamet and Luca Guadagnino”; as well as a music video for the Oscar-nominated song “The Mystery of Love” by Sufjan Stevens.

Call Me By Your Name arrives on digital platforms Feb. 27 and Blu-ray/DVD March 13. The film is up for Best Picture, Best Actor (Chalamet), Best Song and Best Adapted Screenplay at the 90th Academy Awards, which take place March 4.

London Film Critics’ Circle Awards

London Film Critics’ Circle Awards

Timothée attended the London Film Critics’ Circle Awards held at the May Fair Hotel in England (January 28). Congratulations to Tim for receiving the Actor of the Year award for Call Me by Your Name!


Timothée Reacts to Oscar Nomination

ENTERTAINMENT WEEKLYTimothée Chalamet, nominated for Best Actor, for Call Me By Your Name:
“Wow, what an incredible morning. I’m a bit in shock. The feeling of gratitude I have at the moment has less to do with individual achievement and more with the appreciation for the artists past honored in this category and all of the nominees of this year. I am in awe of the pedigree of the Academy. I am truly honored.

I’ve been traveling with Armie Hammer the last twelve hours. We land in two hours and we will be back in Italy together for the first time in a year and a half. Tonight we’re getting dinner with Luca Guadagnino. Without Luca’s true mastery and vision, and without Armie’s trust and guidance, without the public arts funding that made my high school education at LaGuardia possible, I wouldn’t be in this position. Thank you to those that made this possible, and the Academy, for this recognition.”