Timothée Chalamet and Armie Hammer are “1000 percent in” for a Call Me By Your Name sequel

Timothée Chalamet was speaking to Time magazine when he made the comments.

Just last month Call Me By Your Name star Armie Hammer said that a sequel to the critically-acclaimed movie would happen. At the Toronto International Film Festival he said: “It will happen because there are already people working on it and trying to make it happen.”

He added: “How much do I know and how much could I tell you are two very different things. I know a lot, but I can’t tell you anything.”

And now Hammer’s co-star in the film, Timothée Chalamet has said that both he and Hammer are up for a sequel. Speaking to Time magazine, the actor said: “I don’t see any world where it doesn’t happen.”

Chalamet continued, saying: “I think André [Aciman, the book’s author] is comfortable with a sequel being made. I know Luca [Guadagnino, the film’s director] really wants it. And I know Armie and I are 1000% in.”

Chalmet continued, saying that the film would be set a “couple of years later.” He added: “And I think that’s cool — to take advantage of the Boyhood style of storytelling. That isn’t done all the time.”

Speaking to Gay Times in October, Guadagnino teased the possibility of  a sequel, saying: “Maybe in time we’ll be able to tell more stories about these people.”

Since then, he has told USA Today: “I’m already conceiving the story with André Aciman, and it’s gonna happen five or six years afterwards. It’s gonna be a new movie, a different tone.”

Related: This Instagram turns Call Me By Your Name scenes into Monet paintings



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