Armie Hammer’s dramatic makeover has Call Me by Your Name co-star Timothée Chalamet feeling some kinda way
Armie Hammer has unveiled his new look, and his Call Me By Your Name co-star Timothée Chalamet has had quite the reaction.
Hammer revealed his makeover in an Instagram post, showing what appears to be a mohawk along with some very 80s-style facial hair.
The reactions ranged from confusion to thirst, but Chalamet summed up his feelings with nothing more than two “hot face” emojis.
Timothée Chalamet appears to be a fan of Armie Hammer’s makeover.
We can only assume that the Little Women star is into Hammer’s new look.
Others had similar reactions to Hammer’s makeover. Actor Colton Haynes declared him the “crop top king” while Pedro Pascal simply commented: “Legend.”
Chalamet will hopefully not have to linger for too long in his apparent thirst for Hammer. The actors are reportedly set to re-unite for a sequel to their acclaimed 2017 queer film Call Me By Your Name.
While both actors are straight, they received critical acclaim for their powerful portrayal of a burgeoning same-sex relationship.
Ever since the film was released, there have been rumours that it would get a sequel at some point – and earlier this month, director director Luca Guadagnino confirmed that both stars have officially signed up the next installment in an interview with Italian magazine La Repubblica.
Call Me By Your Name director said ‘everyone’ will be in the sequel.
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“Before coronavirus, I had a trip to the United States to meet a writer I love very much, whose name I don’t want to say, to talk about the second part,” Guadagnino said.
“Unfortunately, we had to cancel it. Of course, it is a great pleasure to work with Timothée Chalamet, Armie Hammer, Michael Stuhlbarg, Esther Garrel and the other actors.”
“Everyone will be in the new movie,” the Italian director confirmed.
A sequel to the original Call Me by Your Name novel was published in 2019, reprising the story of the couple years later.
The film garnered critical acclaim upon its release and went on to win the Oscar for Best Adapted Screenplay.