Timothée talks about his new movie with Armie Hammer Call Me by Your Name, his other film Lady Bird, his first paparazzi experience, going to the Gotham Independent Film Awards, and Armie talks about an embarrassing mishap he had in Italy.
Check out a new clip from Lady Bird! Timothée (Kyle) appears with Saoirse Ronan (Christine “Lady Bird”) in this scene.
Exciting news! Timothée will receive the Best Actor (Call Me by Your Name) award from the New York Film Critics Circle. Lady Bird has been named the Best Picture. Tim has been very busy this year, I apologize for the lack of news around here! We’ll be back on track soon.
VARIETY – With its annual cinema superlatives vote Thursday morning, the New York Film Critics Circle made a handful of historical choices. “Call Me by Your Name” star Timothée Chalamet became the youngest winner of the group’s best actor prize, while “Mudbound” DP Rachel Morrison became the first woman to win the cinematography award (perhaps on her way to making further history as the first-ever female Oscar nominee in the category).
See the full list of winners below along with ongoing commentary from the morning.
This year’s NYFCC ceremony, taking place on Jan. 3, will be dedicated to the memory of film critic Richard Schickel, who passed away in February.
Best Actor: Chalamet (“Call Me by Your Name”)
A breakthrough staple so far this season, Chalamet has caught fire as a bona fide lead actor contender in this year’s race. He’s also had a busy year, appearing in “Hostiles” and “Lady Bird” as well. He is the youngest best actor winner in NYFCC history.
Best Film: “Lady Bird” (Gerwig)
And now “Lady Bird” becomes the second!
THE WRAP – TheWrap Screening Series: Armie Hammer, Timothée Chalamet and director Luca Guadagnino talk about their buzzy film
“Call Me by Your Name” is a critical and box office triumph — but in a movie landscape that rarely represents a spectrum of male sexuality, there’s been plenty of analysis and even backlash for the rich, homosexual romance.
During TheWrap’s Q&A with stars Armie Hammer, Timothée Chalamet and director Luca Guadagnino, TheWrap’s Matt Donnelly asked how they deal with seemingly constant over-analysis of the film that won the Best Feature prize at the Gotham Independent Film Awards and had this year’s highest per theater average opening: Sometimes it’s too sexual, at other times it’s not sexual enough, according to observers. Others say it sexualizes someone too young, and some even brought Elio’s parents into the mix.
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Actors Armie Hammer and Timothee Chalamet revealed that their very first rehearsal for the coming-of-age drama “Call Me by Your Name” was an unforgettable “icebreaker” that included a passionate roll in the hay.
Timothée attended IFP’s 27th Annual Gotham Independent Film Awards at Cipriani Wall Street in New York City (November 27). Congratulations to Tim for receiving the Breakthrough Actor Award for Call Me by Your Name! It has been a fantastic year for Tim. Call Me by Your Name won the Best Feature Award, congratulations to the whole team! Check out the photos and videos below of the event.
Call Me by Your Name
Timothée Chalamet in Call Me by Your Name
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“A big and tall thank you to my dance partner Armie Hammer for being so goddamn talented.”