He didn’t even know that when Armi Hammer left a thirsty comment on Tuesday for his good friend and “Call Me Your Name” commissioner Timothy Chalamet, it would create an internet storm.
The 34-year-old Social Network actor spoke to Variety about his new Netflix movie “Rebecca” on Thursday, when an awkward note invariably appeared.
‘People were so excited. “I don’t think they realized that I was really making fun of how funny people sound on the Internet,” Armi said as an explanation.
I tried to explain the best: Armi Hammer talked to Variety about his new Netflix movie “Rebecca” on Thursday, when THAT lush comment to Timothy Shalamet appeared
And while they were on the subject of Shalamet, 24, Hammer also made sure to come up with any suggestions that his recent comment had something to do with the sequel to their favorite team in 2017.
“ I did not comment to announce anything about Call Me By Your Name. I promise, ”he said.
‘I still haven’t seen the script. I don’t know if there is a script, and they just don’t give it to me, or if there is no script. I don’t know exactly where we are in the process. I think 2020 brought everything down, so I don’t know. We will see where we will be when the dust settles’.
Comment on thirst: Armi Hammer certainly still has friendly feelings for his bonfire “Call me by your name” Timothy Halamet …
As for the infamous comment that Armi left for Timothy on social media earlier this week, he at least drew attention.
Under a thoughtful and attractive sunny photo of Timothy on Instagram, the Army expressed its gratitude with a comment from NSFW, followed by a series of lush smileys.
‘OoOOOoOoooo KING SH * T !!’ Hummer wrote, and then emoticons for eggplant, drops of water, hearts and fire.
… as was more than evident from the comment he left until Dune’s last selfie on Instagram on Tuesday
The selfie showed Halamet from below, his unkempt hair falling out from under a baseball cap, and a faint hint of stubble on his sculpted face.
Armi was not the only one to shower the Oscar nominee with pure praise – actor Josh Brolin overheard a simple comment from Stud.
Timothy and Armi set the screen on fire in their 2017 Oscar-winning hit romance Call Me by Your Name.
Not so bad: under a pensive and attractive sunny photo, Timothy Armi expressed his gratitude with a comment from NSFW, followed by a series of lush smileys; seen in the British GQ this month
The film by Italian director Luca Guadagnino received, among others, an Oscar nomination for Best Picture, and Timothy received the first nomination for Best Actor.
The film won an Oscar for Best Adapted Screenplay for film veteran James Ivory.
Fans have fallen in love with the escapist, nostalgic story of young love between two men in Italy in the 1980s, and have long lobbied for a sequel.
Now a classic: the couple lit up the screen in their Oscar-winning romantic romance Call Me By Your Name in 2017
This desire became more specific last year, when the writer of the 2007 novel, on which “Call Me by Your Name” is based, Andre Atsiman published a sequel “Find Me”.
And the sequel is currently listed as “announced” on IMDb, along with Army, Timothy along with Michael Stulbarg.
There is currently no information on when production will begin, as, according to the film, the script is still in the “Treatment / Contour” phase.
Find them soon: fans have fallen in love with the escapist, nostalgic story of young love between two men in Italy in the 1980s, and have long lobbied for a sequel