Call Me By Your Name’s Director Reacts To Releasing Timothée Chalamet Cannibal Movie In The Midst Of Armie Hammer Controversy


At any time there are a variety of wild stories going around about celebrities. Case in point: the controversy surrounding actor Armie Hammer, which was recently turned into a documentary series. Prior to this he was perhaps best known for starring in Luca Guadagnino’s Call Me By Your Name opposite Timothée Chalamet. Now the filmmaker has reacted to releasing his new cannibal movie with Chalamet in the midst of Hammer’s real-life controversies.

The allegations surrounding Armie Hammer indicate that he had fantasies about cannibalism that he reportedly shared with his romantic partners. This ongoing controversy (and allegations of sexual assault) resulted in him losing jobs like his role in Jennifer Lopez’s Shotgun Wedding. Given his Call Me By Your Name connection with both Chalamet and Guadagnino, many moviegoers have found it odd that their next movie will be about a cannibalistic couple (watch the trailer here). The acclaimed filmmaker was recently asked by Deadline about this discourse, saying: 

It didn’t dawn on me. I realized this afterward when I started to be told of some of these innuendos on social media.



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