Timothee Chalamet, Armie Hammer will be part of Call Me By Your Name sequel
Call Me By Your Name documents a gay relationship between Elio and Oliver, a graduate student who works with Elio’s father
The sequel for the much-acclaimed Call Me By Your Name will see both Timothee Chalamet and Armie Hammer return to play their roles. In an interview to an international daily, director Luca Guadagnino has confirmed this, adding that other actors will also return for their parts in the new film.
The novel of the same name, based on which the first film was made, has a sequel named Find Me. This book features the same characters and is a continuation of the story ten years after the first book ends.
Reports suggest that Guadagnino was recently in the United States to meet with a screenwriter and discuss the sequel. However, the coronavirus outbreak has pushed plans for the team.
Call Me By Your Name documents a gay relationship between Elio and Oliver, a graduate student who works with Elio’s father. The film received four Oscar nominations including Best Picture and Best Actor for Chalamet, and won the Best Adapted Screenplay award for writer James Ivory.