Timothée Chalamet: 5 films to meet the Dune star

Actor Timothée Chalamet is the star of the recently released film Danube and one of the most famous actors in the media today. His name appears in several major current productions and future projects, such as the movie Wonka, scheduled for 2023.

However, these are not the only works in which the young French-American is part of the cast. Timothée Chalamet has already appeared in several other movie hits, covering genres ranging from contemporary dramas to period works.

Want to know more about the works that feature the star in the cast? Check out 5 films below to meet Timothée Chalamet.

5. Call Me By Your Name

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The work released in 2017 was the actor’s gateway to the world of fame and made Timothée Chalamet a real star by bringing the character Elio Perlman to life. The drama portrays the love story between Elio and Oliver (Armie Hammer) in the Italian summer and earned the actor an Oscar nomination and Golden Globe accolades.

The young man, as the protagonist of the film, managed to deliver an incredible performance to the point of becoming one of the most talked about professionals in the period, as well as getting new roles in the future.

4. Dear boy

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After his success in theaters in 2017, the actor of Danube returned to the big screen in 2018 to bring the character Nic Sheff to life in the film dear boy. Timothée Chalamet played a young drug addict in the midst of his journey to fight addiction and get free.

The actor received critical acclaim for the way he brought the character to life and managed to portray Nic’s struggle, as well as the tense dynamics with his father David (Steve Carell) and his efforts to help his son.

3. The King

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The film released by Netflix in 2019 was another one in which Timothée Chalamet managed to deliver a great performance and captivate the audience, but in a different genre from what we were used to.

King is a movie based on Henriad, by Shakespeare, a set of plays that follow the rise of Henry V, a character who Chalamet brings to life in the work.

With a dark period tone, unlike the older films in which the actor appears, the work follows the complications of the war period and the weaknesses of a king who must take care of his entire kingdom.

2. Lady Bird: Time to Fly

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the actor of Danube also participated in the work Lady Bird and, although he was not the protagonist of the film, he managed to be remarkable for fans of the plot. Timothée Chalamet plays the young Kyle, a hipster who manages to capture the protagonist’s attention.

The young man appears briefly in the course of the plot, as the film centers on Lady Bird’s relationship with her mother, but that hasn’t stopped him from stealing viewers’ hearts with his performance as the boy Kyle: attractive and mysterious, the perfect combo to arouse the curiosity of those who watch.

1. Lovely Women

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Acting once again alongside Saoirse Ronan, just as happened in Lady Bird, Chalamet brought the character Laurie to life in the adaptation of lovely women. Released in 2019, the film is based on the eponymous classic book by author Louisa May Alcott.

The period work follows the story of Jo March (Saoirse Ronan) and her sisters facing the obstacles of life as women in that period.

The dynamic between the couple Jo and Laurie was known for the unrequited love at the time and, despite that, the character of the actor from Danube gained access to audience sentiments by bringing electricity and a touch of modernity to this timeless classic. The performance, as expected, was magnificent and the pressure of bringing a famous character to life doesn’t diminish Chalamet’s reach.

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