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Listen: Timothée Chalamet on ‘Beautiful Boy’ and His Generation’s Response to the #MeToo Movement

Playback is a Variety / iHeartRadio podcast bringing you conversations with the talents behind many of today’s hottest films. New episodes air every Thursday.At just 22 years old, actor Timothée Chalamet has skyrocketed quickly as one of the most popular and in-demand performers of his generation. On the heels of a whirlwind year that included […]

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‘World War Z’ Producers Say Sequel Shoots Next Summer; David Fincher Still Apparently Attached To Direct

The ongoing game to get a “World War Z” sequel up and running continues. This week, “Beautiful Boy” producers Dede Gardner and Jeremy Kleiner provided an update. They say the film is in the works, David Fincher is still attached to direct, Brad Pitt attached to star and Brad Kelly, who worked with Fincher previously […]

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Timothee Chalamet Talks ‘Little Women’: ‘I Would Do Anything Greta Wanted Me to Be a Part Of’

Timothee Chalamet continues to be one of the busiest young actors in Hollywood and at the premiere for his latest film, “Beautiful Boy,” the “Call Me by Your Name” breakout gave an update on one of his most anticipated upcoming projects and his thoughts on portraying one of DC’s most famous superheroes.“They’ve started shooting, they’ve […]

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‘Beautiful Boy’ Review: Timothee Chalamet and Steve Carell Are Heartbreaking in Father-Son Drug Drama — Tiff

At its best, “Beautiful Boy” is a heartbreaking paternal detective story, with David Sheff (Steve Carell) undergoing a painful cycle of fear and resentment as he tries to help with his college-aged son Nic (Timothy Chalamet) overcome a debilitating drug addiction. At its worst, this somber drama about family estrangement wallows in grief with a […]

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‘Beautiful Boy’: Steve Carell & Timothée Chalamet Are Terrific In A Drama That Quite Can’t Land Emotional Catharsis [Tiff Review]

Toronto – “There are moments when I look at him,” David Sheff says, “this kid I raised, who I thought I knew inside and out… and I don’t know who he is.” David is a journalist — he wrote the last John Lennon and Yoko Ono interview for Rolling Stone — so he would eventually […]

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Toronto Film Festival Books Nicole Kidman, Elisabeth Moss Films for Platform Section

The Platform section of the 2018 Toronto International Film Festival will include adventurous films starring Nicole Kidman, Elisabeth Moss, Frank Grillo and Patricia Clarkson, Tiff organizers announced on Wednesday.Films in the section will include Alex Ross Perry’s “Her Smell,” with Moss and Amber Heard; Carol Morley’s Martin Amis adaptation “Out of Blue,” with Patricia Clarkson […]

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