Bones and All Trailer: Timothée Chalamet’s Cannibal Romance

Taylor Russell and Timothée Chalamet play young lovers who have… cannibalism?
Photo: Yannis Drakoulidis / MGM

bones and everything It is getting more and more embodiment day by day. When the movie was first announced in January 2021, it felt like Luca Guadagnino, the Italian author behind it Call me by your nameHe was hunting us. It looked as if there were far Lots of news stories about cannibals, and by that we mean the only big story in it CMBYN the leading man ARMY HUMMER I was Accused of being a cannibalamong other things Allegations of misconduct and sexual assault. But bones and everything, a movie about teenage cannibals in love, is real and happening, although Guadagnino didn’t see the connection originally. “No link [of the movie] With anything else that exists only in the realm of social media, which I do not participate in Limit When asked about the placement of the hammer.

but bad timing It’s for Hammer’s new timeshare career, though the movie goes along grounded in a promise else Guadagnino leads the man, Timothée Chalamet Sharp cheekbones and deep eyes. hunger for bones and everything It continues to grow with new photos and Venice Film Festival premiere. After that, Timothée Chalamet promoted the film with series of amazingAnd the Bone-related tweetsRight before the teaser trailer drops. The first trailer doubles as gore and romance – it’s a bloody feast for the eyes filled with tender lust and the unspeakable freedom of the open road. and killing with blunt objects. Here’s all the cast, plot, and release date info we know so far. Come get a bite in the trailer below.

With all the speculation about what a “cannibal love story” might look like, the question “what’s the vibe?” is vital. A teaser trailer was dropped on August 10, and the answer so far is that it is amazing. Even with the full trailer, which was dropped on September 29th, we don’t get a lot of plot detail, but we do get a lot of blood and longing.

“Don’t you think I’m a bad person?” Chalamet asks. “All I think is that I love you,” Taylor Russell replies, interspersed with clips of Mark Rylance doing an eye-intensive act. The trailer doubles down on the idea that this is a file the love A story full of dangerous characters.

Call me by your name breakout star Timothée Chalamet and Taylor Russell engaged on the trip. Russell plays Marin, a young woman accustomed to the margins of society when she first encounters Les Chalamet. She is known for her breakout performance in Trey Edward Shults’ independent melodrama wavesWhich The actor received the Gotham Award. Guadagnino is overly positive about his two leads. “We met, and as usual it was very inspiring to talk to him because he is very smart and has a specific point of view on things,” he says of choosing Chalamet. Limit. He says of Russell’s selection, “I asked her agent, Danny Streisand, to set up Zoom, and we talked for a while. I might remember half an hour, she might tell you it was ten minutes. I don’t know. But it was, to me, incredibly deep, and very beautiful and intense.”

The supporting cast includes New York “It” girl Chloe Sevigny and the chameleon Andre Holland, known for his roles in moon light And the pass. David Gordon Green, Jessica Harper, Jake Horowitz, and Mark Rylance also signed.

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Photo: Yannis Drakoulidis / MGM

yes. This is a love story (cannibals). But this is not a bittersweet, peach-flavored aftertaste, the first taste of pine in the homes of the Italian rich people. bones and everythingAdapted from Camille DeAngelis’ novel of the same name, it follows a pair of young wanderers as they fall in love in a world that looks down upon their penchant for eating human flesh. It’s also in the great tradition of American road movies, in which characters travel a thousand miles across Reagan’s America to escape their “horrifying” past (so says the movie’s record!). Guadagnino meets with his longtime assistant screenwriter David Kajganich for the script. “with bones and everything, I was not at all interested in the value of shock, which I hate,” he later said of the potentially shocking elements of Deadline. “I was interested in these guys. I understood their moral struggle deeply. I understood what was happening to them. I’m not there to judge anyone. You can make a movie about cannibals if you’re out there in conflict with them, and you don’t classify cannibalism as a subject or tool of horror.”

“There is something about the underprivileged, about people living on the fringes of society, that I am drawn to and influenced by,” Guadagnino said in a statement. “I want to see where the possibilities lie for them, trapped in the impossibility they face. The movie for me is a meditation on who I am and how I can overcome how I feel, especially if it’s something I can’t control myself. Finally, and most importantly, when Will I be able to find myself in the eyes of the other?”

Luca Guadagnino gets the magic hour shot.
Photo: Yannis Drakoulidis / MGM

The film will premiere at the Venice Film Festival out of competition before reaching select cinemas on November 18 and elsewhere on November 23, just in time for Thanksgiving. I wouldn’t recommend cooking human parts for a turkey day meal to celebrate the release of the movie. But are you.

This article has been updated.

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