bones and everything It recently premiered at the Venice Film Festival and received an astonishing eight and a half minutes of acclaim. The film represents the second collaboration between the main star TimothyéChalamet and the director Luca Guadagnino After 2017 Call me by your name Which garnered much applause and numerous nominations for director, screenplay and performance awards. Since its release, fans have been dreaming of a sequel. In a recent interview with IndiewireGuadagnino couldn’t call out a possible second movie in talk me The story “a sequel” but it certainly cemented his intentions to pursue his 2017 masterpiece.
It takes place in the eighties. Call me by your namesees Chalamet as a young Italian teenager, Elio, who is having a summer of turbulent romance with his father’s research assistant, Oliver, played by him. ARMY HUMMER. Guadagnino beautifully crafted their love story from the perspective of a coming-of-age Elio while Chalamet gave an exceptional performance to bring his vulnerability, confusion, and innocence to the screen. Performance got Dune Actor nominated for an Academy Award for Best Actor, making him the third youngest nominee in this category at 22 years old.
Speaking about the follow-up to the story, Guadagnino said, “The sequel is an American concept.” Adding, “It’s like Elio’s records, the records of this little boy becoming a man. It’s something I want to do.” We last saw Elio, and he writhed in heartbreak as the camera refused to cut his tears as the final credits rolled around. It will be interesting to see where life takes him next and what kind of man he turns into.
The director had long been thinking about making a follow-up, however, his schedule was full bones and everything And the Scarface. Since then, Chalamet has continued to star in features such as DuneAnd the French DispatchAnd the do not search All of which contributed to his stardom. However, the Chalamet-Guadagnino duo have been reunited for their latest movie, which judging by the reaction at the Venice Film Festival feels like another touching YA romance. bones and everything Chalamet sees as Lee and Taylor Russell Like Maren, two lovers of cannibalism who embark on a cross-country journey. The film is based on the 2015 novel of the same name Camille de Angelis.
Speaking about their collaboration, the director revealed that he always has Chalamet in mind for his projects, adding,
It’s not like I left Timothy at the heyday of his burgeoning success and then found him four years later. We stayed close. I knew there wasn’t much time to wait for us to work together, but just for the right project.
The film opens in theaters on November 23. Meanwhile, you can watch the trailer below: