Timothée Chalamet broke the silence and spoke about Armie Hammer, his former partner Call me by your name, who was charged with cannibalism and sexual abuse.
Timothée Chalamet is in a great moment at the acting level. Recently, the actor conducted an interview with Time Magazine, where he revealed some details about his life as a performer and the upcoming projects that add to his career. In this way, he revealed why he does not make superhero films and also advanced some details about the prequel to Charlie and the chocolate factory. However, what attracted the most attention was his statement regarding the Armie Hammer scandal.
Along with Armie Hammer, Timothée Chalamet starred in the film Call me by your name, which was applauded by film critics and also by audiences around the world. After working together on this film, both actors struck up a beautiful friendship and always had words of praise for each other. However, when Armie Hammer was charged with cannibalism and sexual abuse, the 25-year-old actor did not comment.
Your take on the scandal
During the interview, Timothée Chalamet was asked about the great controversy that Armie Hammer starred in. And although many people wanted to know the actor’s opinion, the young man preferred to call himself silent. “I totally understand why you ask me that, but it is a question that deserves a longer conversation, and I do not want to give you a partial answer”, revealed the actor when the topic came up during the interview.
Regarding Armie Hammer, his life was turned upside down when he was accused of cannibalism and sexual abuse on social media. After many victims came to light, the actor ended up disappearing from Hollywood. In this way, all the projects he had planned for the future came to nothing. The interpreter was going to film the sequel to Call me by your name Along with Timothée, he was also to star in the movie Shotgun Wedding, the miniseries based on the filming of The Godfather, and the thriller Billion Dollar Spy. Several months ago, it was revealed that the interpreter entered a rehab clinic to treat his sexual and addiction problems.