Timothee Chalamet Loves Basketball And Books
Actor Timothee Chalamet was there at yesterday’s Los Angeles Clippers vs. New York Knicks game. For the event, the Wonka star even slipped into an unconventional outfit—a pullover wrapped with books? Chalamet chose a bulky crewneck adorned with endless rows of books instead of the more traditional courtside attire of a player’s jersey. It’s obvious that someone enjoys reading and wants others to know it! It turns out that he is wearing Sacai’s Interstellar pullover, which may be a reference to the 2014 film in which he starred.
Nevertheless, imagining what Chalamet’s bookshelf looks like is a wonderful pastime. Is he the kind of guy who has a well-read stack of books? Does he have a perfectly chosen collection of literature lying around that he never gets around to reading because he never has time to read it? Regardless of the circumstances, Chalamet’s passion for books is evident. He may even be reading something now that will ultimately be made into a movie.
Timothee Chalamet: Recent Update on Dune 2
The release date of Dune: Part Two is March 1, 2024. The upcoming follow-up was initially supposed to debut on November 3, 2022, but the SAG-AFTRA strike forced a postponement. More Chani (Zendaya), a brief peek of Princess Irulan (Florence Pugh), and an incredibly naive Austin Butler as Feyd-Rautha Harkonnen are in the nearly three-minute new teaser. “You are not prepared for what is to come,” teases Rebecca Ferguson’s Lady Jessica.
The plot of Dune is based on Frank Herbert’s science fiction novel of the same name from 1965. It centers on Timothée Chalamet’s character, Paul Atreides. As caretakers of Arrakis, a mostly abandoned planet that has emerged as the only supplier of the sought-after melange, or “spice,” the House of Atreides has been named. On October 22, 2021, the first film had its premiere. It went on to win $402 million at the box office and six Oscars in 2022.
On October 26, 2021, Villeneuve himself announced that the film’s second half would be based on the second half of Herbert’s book. “In the first movie, Paul is a student… We really see Paul become a leader [in Dune 2],” Timothée Chalamet said of his character at CinemaCon.