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Timothée for TIME Magazine

Monday, Oct 11, 2021
Timothée for TIME Magazine

Timothée was interviewed for TIME magazine’s next generation leaders issue. Check out the interview and photos below!

Timothée Chalamet Wants You to Wear Your Heart on Your Sleeve

TIMETimothée Chalamet and I are on the run, chasing down Sixth Avenue on a bright September day in search of a place to talk. The restaurant in Greenwich Village where we had planned to meet ended up getting swarmed by NYU students while I was waiting for him, chattering excitedly to one another—“Timothée Chalamet is here!” “Shut up!” “Yeah, he’s right outside!”—so, trying to avoid a deluge of selfie seekers, I bolt from the table, tapping Chalamet on the shoulder where he stands under the awning, on the phone, and we make our escape. Face covered with a mask and hoodie pulled up over his curly hair, he’s mostly incognito but still cuts a distinct enough figure that we’d better find a new location fast, and standing at a crosswalk with him, I feel briefly protective, like I should be prepared to body-block an onslaught of fans at any moment.
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2021 Met Gala

Tuesday, Sep 14, 2021
2021 Met Gala

On Monday, Timothée attended the 2021 Met Gala at the Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York City (September 13). Timothée was one of the celebrity co-chairs for the event! Check out the photos below.

Louis Vuitton Dinner – 74th Annual Cannes Film Festival

Thursday, Jul 15, 2021
Louis Vuitton Dinner – 74th Annual Cannes Film Festival

On Tuesday night, Timothée attended the Louis Vuitton dinner at Fred L’Ecailler during the 74th Annual Cannes Film Festival in France (July 13).

“The French Dispatch” Photocall – 74th Annual Cannes Film Festival

Thursday, Jul 15, 2021
“The French Dispatch” Photocall – 74th Annual Cannes Film Festival

On Tuesday, Timothée attended The French Dispatch photocall during the 74th Annual Cannes Film Festival (July 13). Timothee was joined by his co-stars Adrien Brody, Benicio Del Toro, Bill Murray, Lyna Khoudri, Stephen Park, Tilda Swinton, and director Wes Anderson.

“The French Dispatch” Screening – Cannes Film Festival

Monday, Jul 12, 2021
“The French Dispatch” Screening – Cannes Film Festival

On Monday, Timothée attended The French Dispatch screening during the 74th Annual Cannes Film Festival in France (July 12). Check out 330+ photos of the screening!

Document Journal Magazine (Fall/Winter 2020)

Thursday, Dec 3, 2020
Document Journal Magazine (Fall/Winter 2020)

Timothée is the cover star of Document Journal‘s fall/winter issue! You can order the issue on Document Journal‘s official store. Check out the photoshoot and magazine cover below!

Timothée Chalamet on the role of the artist in a time of social unrest and how sci-fi futures can explain the world around us

For Document’s Fall/Winter 2020 issue, he reunites with photographer Hedi Slimane six years after their first shoot and joins Document in conversation about our complicated present

Elio sighs and looks off into the distance, dispassionately turning the peach in his hand until, with a furtive glance, he pushes a finger through its ripe center, causing juice to run down his bare torso. His unfocused gaze makes it clear that his mind is elsewhere as he continues to pry it open, and, sliding the fruit against his skin, slowly guides it into his pants—and fucks it. Elio’s lust turns to shame when his lover Oliver, having found him asleep with the battered peach by his bedside, discovers what he has done. “I’m sick, aren’t I?” Elio asks, desperate and embarrassed by the heights of his desire. Oliver observes Elio with amusement, grinning deviously before he takes the peach into his hand, plunges his own finger into the hole, and brings it to his lips to taste what has been left behind.

This was the world’s introduction to Timothée Chalamet, whose breakout role as Elio in Luca Guadagnino’s 2017 film Call Me By Your Name skyrocketed him into the spotlight, earning him an Academy Award nomination for Best Actor. The awkward sensuality of the scene—Elio’s misplaced longing, his sudden arousal and clandestine exploration—could have been merely shocking in less capable hands, yet Chalamet’s performance renders the moment one of poignant erotic angst, charged with all the raw vulnerability and absurdity of adolescent desire.
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