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The reply hoards have united around Timmy in a top hat.
As the great Willy Wonka—well, William Shakespeare first, but later, Wonka—once quipped, “So shines a good deed in a weary world.”This week, that good deed has been provided than none other than the also-great Timothée Chalamet, who shared with us a first ...
 
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Details regarding a potential sequel are already emerging.
At long last, the end of our wait for Dune is in sight. With sci-fi maestro Denis Villeneuve (Arrival, Blade Runner 2049) behind the latest adaptation of Frank Herbert's beloved sci-fi epic, the project stands as one of the most anticipated movies ...
 
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It's the role he was born to play.
In a new Superbowl commercial from Cadillac, Timothée Chalamet plays Edward Scissorhands’ son. This is truly what perfect casting looks like. The ad riffs on the Tim Burton cult classic film from 1990. It also features Winona Ryder, who played Johnny Depp’s ...
 
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Esquire U.K.'s style director Charlie Teasdale on why dressing like you're in a Jane Austen novel is the way forward.
I want to hate him, I really do. That impossible jawline. That Disney prince hair. That wide-leg swagger, like a Komodo dragon, that lets him fill the screen despite a boyish thinness. But alas, I am but flesh and blood. This is ...
 
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Shine on, Timmy.
Back in the 1920s, in London, there was a group of aristocrats and socialites with a taste for extravagance, booze, and drugs. They were, of course, beloved by the tabloid press. And the name they earned for treasure-hunting through the city at ...
 
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The King is leading a new charge of very famous men with very natural hair.
Timothée Chalamet is reinventing the wheel. Or, at least, spinning it back to the days when Kurt Cobain was your style icon. For on the campaign trail of The King, a style prince once known for out-of-this-world tailoring got a bit grungier. ...
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