You can’t run from who you are. From acclaimed director Luca Guadagnino and starring Taylor Russell, Timothée Chalamet, and Mark Rylance – watch the #BonesAndAll trailer now and see the movie only in theaters this November.
BRITISH VOGUE – “I can make breakfast – I make good deviled eggs,” Timothée Chalamet tells British Vogue’s editor-in-chief Edward Enninful, as they slide into a booth at a vegan diner in the October cover star’s hometown, New York. At present, that’s about the limit of Chalamet’s culinary expertise (he’s been too busy racking up acclaimed performances to spend much time in the kitchen), but he’s hoping to expand his repertoire of dishes now that he’s 26. “As I adultify that’d be a good thing to get good at,” he says.
Chalamet may struggle to find a gap in his schedule to devote to it. After his outing as a teenage cannibal in Bones & All – his second project with Italian auteur Luca Guadagnino – he’s set to appear in Wonka, a Willy Wonka origin story from Paddington director Paul King, and a chance for the Chalamet fandom to see their beloved sing and dance. “I’m trying to go where it’s not obvious to go,” he says of the eclectic CV that has set him on the path to becoming the actor of his generation. “I feel like Wonka is symptomatic of that.”
Then, of course, there’s his other new role: British Vogue cover star. Chalamet becomes the first man to fly solo on the front of an issue – a choice Enninful describes as a “no-brainer”. Famously a fashion lover (“You have such an innate sense of style,” Enninful tells the star), the set of a Vogue shoot feels like a natural place for Timothée to find himself. Still, actually seeing himself on the cover feels “extraordinary”, he says. “And weird. And just an honour.”
BRITISH VOGUE – At 26, Timothée Chalamet is already a consummate, cool-as-they-come movie star. As he gets set to become the actor of his generation, Giles Hattersley goes in search of the real boy wonder. Photographs by Steven Meisel. Styling by Edward Enninful.
By Giles Hattersley
He arrives, a princeling in jeans and a rock-metal T-shirt, bounding sprite-like from one of those blacked-out Cadillac tanks preferred by the famous (reluctant or otherwise). It’s June in New York and Timothée Chalamet’s hometown is gently sweltering. But, for once, the paps are nowhere to be seen and so his body language is a joy to behold, as he bounces into Champs, a vegan diner in Brooklyn, somehow channelling both a street-style star and Buster Keaton.
We’re shooting a Vogue video. He enters with curls un-frizzed, a smile that reaches all the way to his eyes and a head to shoulder ratio rarely glimpsed outside of children’s drawings. In a swift half-decade, this publicity-averse, sensitive, ambitious, inscrutable dreamer has become both art-house stalwart (Call Me by Your Name) and box-office king (Dune). Then something odder (certainly rarer) occurred. A baton was placed in his hand, passed down the decades by dint of James Dean and River Phoenix, David Cassidy and Leonardo DiCaprio: Chalamet became boyfriend to an entire generation. In fact, it was DiCaprio (in a moment of near-literal baton passing when they first met in 2018) who bequeathed Timmy his career rule: “No hard drugs and no superhero movies.” So far, so good. Give or take. Oh, to be 26 and Hollywood’s most wanted.
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Timothée is British Vogue‘s October cover star! He is the first solo male star to cover the magazine. The October 2022 issue of British Vogue will be newsstands on Tuesday, September 20. Take a look at the photoshoot below!
Photo Sessions > Photoshoots from 2022 > Session 004
BRITISH VOGUE – For the first time in British Vogue’s 106-year history, this month a man is flying solo on our cover. Not that men haven’t found their way on to the front of the magazine in the past: the first was actor and It boy Helmut Berger, alongside Marisa Berenson, photographed by David Bailey for the July 1970 edition. In my time here, impressive men have occasionally had their moments too: one example, footballer and campaigner Marcus Rashford, joined Adwoa Aboah in September 2020 to spearhead our “Activism Now” special, alongside many other brilliant faces, both men and women.
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Hi, Timothée fans! I’ve added photos of Timothée attending the 79th Venice International Film Festival (September 2). He attended various events to promote Bones and All, including the big premiere! Take a look at the photos below.
Public Appearances > Appearances from 2022 > September 02: 79th Venice International Film Festival
Public Appearances > Appearances from 2022 > September 02: “Bones and All” Photocall – 79th Venice International Film Festival
Public Appearances > Appearances from 2022 > September 02: “Bones and All” Press Conference – 79th Venice International Film Festival
Public Appearances > Appearances from 2022 > September 02: “Bones and All” Premiere – 79th Venice International Film Festival
Miscellaneous > Social Media: Venice (2022)
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Timothée Chalamet’s Sexy Bisexual Cannibal Stuns Venice: 8.5-Minute Standing Ovation
‘Bones And All’ Premiere Gets 10-Minute Standing Ovation At Premiere – Venice
“What was your first time like?” Watch an exclusive clip from Bones and All, premiering at the #VeniceFilmFestival this week. From director Luca Guadagnino and starring Taylor Russell and Timothée Chalamet.