No new movies by Timothée Chalamet yet? Heart-wrenching.


Credit: Dune’s trailer on YouTube.

We’re in the midst of the worst health crisis the world has ever experienced. It’s quite disheartening to witness the struggles of billions of people. Everyone has been affected due to coronavirus, including several industries such as the film industry. Although Chalamet made his debut in 2014, as a high school student in Jason Reitman’s Men, Women & Children, and played the role of Matthew McConaughey’s son in the movie Interstellar, the public reception of his glorious presence took place in Luca Guadagnino’s Call Me By Your Name.

The Academy Award Nominee’s stardom has been on the rise, his prominent works being, Little Women (2019) and The Last King (2019). However, due to the anxiety-ridden pandemic, many of Chalamet’s upcoming projects’ release dates were postponed- certainly a blow to his fan base.

Timothée Chalamet has taken a role in reportedly the first part of the epic novel, Denis Villeneuve’s big-budget adaptation of Dune, as Paul Atreides. Although the initial release date for the movie was in late 2020, it was delayed to October 1st, 2021. As of now, there is no news of the release date changing again, let’s hope this is it!


Chalamet in The French Dispatch.
Credit: Fox Searchlight

Furthermore, Chalamet’s other project is his feature in The French Dispatch of the Liberty, Kansas Evening Sun, or in short, ‘The French Dispatch’ by Wes Anderson. The storyline is essentially based on the French Bureau of a fictitious newspaper. Chalamet plays the role of a student with revolutionary ideas, Zeffirelli. And that he is supporting a romantic relationship with another student, Juliette, played by Lyna Khoudri.

Be on a lookout for his work, and we can’t wait for his movies to finally hit the theatres!