Timothée Chalamet is undoubtedly one of Hollywood’s rising stars at the moment. He made a name for himself in Call Me By Your Name and other films. Chalamet recently interviewed Taylor Russell and he revealed that he was ‘blindsided’ by the success of his movie ‘Dune’.
Taylor Russell, his co-star in the upcoming movie “Bones and All,” recently appeared in an interview with Chalamet for the latest edition of the high-end, premium fashion magazine HommeGirls. Chalamet explained that he was “blindsided” by the success of “Dune,” which received six Oscars.
However, Chalamet stated that he is now more optimistic regarding the sequel, which is already in production. During their discussion of the differences between actors who perform in live theatre and those who shoot films, he said “It’s something you don’t get to do with movies — revisit. Actually, though, I’m feeling that with ‘Dune.'”
Speaking about how cycles match life. I was younger when I did it the first time and was kind of blindsided by how big that movie was. And now, as [his character] Paul Atreides becomes more sure on his heels, I feel more sure on my heels, too.
Chalamet then asked Russell what inspired her to pursue acting, to which she replied, “Well, I wanted to be a ballerina first… I wanted to be a ballerina and I always loved movies. I would watch movies and go to my room and then I would try to recite what I remembered from them.”
HommeGirls described the movie, which is directed by “Call Me By Your Name” director Luca Guadagnino, as a “romantic horror road-trip extravaganza.” Russell was photographed by Cass Bird for the cover story. Stay tuned to Thirsty for the latest updates.
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