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Call Me By Your Name's director provides a tantalising update on the sequel, admitting he has already approached a writer about it.
Luca Guadagnino, the breakthrough helmsman of Call Me By Your Name and italo-horror remake Suspiria is lining up to take on an adaptation of a modern classic.
The actor starred opposite Timothée Chalamet in the award-winning movie.
Following "A Bigger Splash" and "Suspiria," Guadagnino is eyeing a third collaboration with Johnson.
Armie Hammer, who starred as Oliver in the Oscar-nominated movie last year, is currently starring in “Straight White Men” on Broadway, and he said that every night after the show, fans stop him to hand him a peach. “The [“Call Me By Your Name” fans] who come, you can really spot them right away, and the biggest dead giveaway is, they will normally hand me a peach. Like, I get handed at least a peach or two every stage door,” the 31-year-old actor told Stephen Colbert on “The Late Show” Monday night.
The Oscar winner wants Day-Lewis to star in his adaptation of "Coral Glynn."
Screenwriter James Ivory has called out director Luca Guadagnino over not including scenes of full-frontal nudity in coming-of-age drama Call Me By Your Name. In previous interviews, Guadagnino has called his decision not to show stars Armie Hammer and Timothee Chalamet naked in the film ‘irrelevant’.
Luca Guadagnino’s “Call Me by Your Name,” which just won an Oscar for adapted screenplay, has been pulled from the Beijing Film Festival by the event’s organizers. The festival’s removal of the gay-themed coming-of-age film – first reported by Reuters – comes as Chinese authorities tighten their control over media content. Earlier this month, China’s […]
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Director Luca Guadagnino tells Yahoo Movies UK that it was actually the German psychoanalyst Lutz Ebersdorf.
Luca Guadagnino talks exclusively to Yahoo Movies UK about his past work, his upcoming horror remake and willingness to make a superhero movie.