Timothée Chalamet is one of those actors who rose to fame within a very short period of time in Hollywood. The American French actor is not only known for his Greek God looks but also for his acting prowess. From playing the character of Elio in Call Me By Your Name to portraying the role of Hal in the historical period drama The King – at the age of 28, Timothée Chalamet has witnessed phenomenal success.

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Timothée Chalamet in Lady Bird

Timothée Chalamet’s first look as Bob Dylan has finally been released, and his fans can not stop talking about it.

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Timothée Chalamet’s First Look As Bob Dylan Gets A Green Signal From His Fans

Timothée Chalamet is stepping into the shoes of the renowned singer-songwriter Bob Dylan for his biopic. The Little Women actor was spotted on the set of the James Mangold-helmed project. According to the pictures obtained by the media outlet People, Timothée  Chalamet was seen holding a guitar case in jeans, a green jacket, a paperboy hat, an orange scarf, and a yellow backpack on his back.

The Dune actor’s fans can not stop reacting to his Bob Dylan look for his upcoming biopic on social media. A fan commented on his picture on X-

According to an interview with Collider in April 2023, James Mangold had spoken about the Bob Dylan biopic. The Ford V Ferrari director had said-

“It’s such an amazing time in American culture, and the story of Bob’s — a young, 19-year-old Bob Dylan coming to New York with two dollars in his pocket and becoming a worldwide sensation within three years. First being embraced into a family of folk music in New York and of course kind of outrunning him at a certain point as his star rises so beyond belief.”

Timothee Chalamet in Wonka
Timothée  Chalamet in Wonka

As reported by Deadline, Edward Norton would be joining the cast of the upcoming biopic as folk singer Seeger after replacing Marvel actor Benedict Cumberbatch, who stepped back from the project due to scheduling issues. Actor Elle Fanning would be seen as Bob Dylan’s love interest, Sylvie Russo.

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Timothée Chalamet Talks About His Experience On Filming Dune 2

During a recent interview with Screenrant, Timothée Chalamet spoke about the filming experience of Denis Villeneuve’s Dune 2. The Interstellar actor revealed that they used to call it a worm unit. While talking about filming the second chapter of Dune on the vast sand lands, he said-

“Practically, it was a different unit that was separate from the film. We called it the Worm Unit, and you would get pulled onto that unit 20 or 30 minutes at a time, and they would slot the availabilities in relation to the main production schedule. And it was awe-inspiring. There was a wall this size of a shot list that they were dedicating — like, you put three months to for what’s ultimately a three-minute sequence.”

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Zendaya and Timothée Chalamet in a scene from Dune 2

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The Academy Award-nominated actor further mentioned-

“In this kind of conversation, it can sound perhaps silly, but it’s actually one of the most affirming moments for Paul Atreides on his journey. It is a crucial test for him to pass, one that Stilgar and Chani are wary of because, to this point, it’s not really sure if this prophecy is one that he’s fulfilling. He could fall off the worm as many have before him, so it was a thrill to shoot. They got it as practically invigorating as they could, with a rig that shook violently without getting an actual sandworm. And it was a dream to shoot that.”

Dune 2 is one of the most anticipated movies of 2024. After the theatrical release of Dune 2, Denis Villeneuve is reportedly gearing up for Dune: Messiah. 

Dune 2 is currently running in the theatres.

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