In 2017, Call Me By Your Name reminded us of what it was like to be young, in love, and miserable, and we will always remember that year.
The need to obtain things that are bad for us is universal like Call Me By Your Name’s sequel. Our king Timothée Chalamet was thrust into the limelight thanks to the gay catnip film, which sparked almost a half-decade of queer appropriation and age-gap discussions while remaining an unassailable masterpiece.
Cast of Call Me By Your Name
- Armie Hammer as Oliver (Lead Role)
- Timothée Chalamet as Elio Perlman (Lead Role)
- Michael Stuhlbarg as Mr. Perlman
- Amira Casar as Annella Perlman
- Esther Garrel as Marzia
- Victoire Du Bois as Chiara
- Vanda Capriolo as Mafalda
- Antonio Rimoldi as Anchise
- Elena Bucci as Bambi
- Marco Sgrosso as Nico
- André Aciman as Mounir
- Peter Spears as Isaac
Storyline of Call Me By Your Name
This story takes place in the 1980s, when a seventeen-year-old student falls in love with his father’s research assistant, an older guy.
Luca Guadagnino’s latest film, based on André Aciman’s classic novel CALL ME BY YOUR NAME, is a sensual and beautiful narrative of first love. Precocious 17-year old Elio Perlman spends his days in the 17th century villa of his family transcribing and playing classical music, reading and flirting with Marzia, the girl he likes most in the area. With his father, a distinguished professor of Greco-Roman culture, and his mother Annella, a translator, Elio enjoys the pleasures of high culture in an environment that overflows with natural delights.
He has a deep relationship with both of them. In spite of Elio’s intellectual prowess and seeming maturity, there is plenty about him that is still in its infancy, especially when it comes to issues of the heart. American college graduate student working on his PhD Oliver, 24, arrives as Elio’s father’s yearly summer intern. For Elio and Oliver, the summer of their lives will be irrevocably altered when they experience the delicious glory of arousing desire.
Release Date of Call Me By Your Name 2
The Call Me By Your Name 2 film, which Luca Guadagnino and his team have been hyping for three years, appears to have been scrapped. When asked about the sequel’s progress by Deadline during the first day of filming for his next cannibal picture Bones & All, which stars Timmy alongside CMBYN co-star Michael Stuhlbarg, Luca was noncommittal.
Why Call Me By Your Name 2 has been cancelled ?
After James Ivory, the Oscar-winning screenwriter who adapted André Aciman’s novel for the big screen, bowed out, he found a new screenwriter to work with on the project. Things appeared to be going well with the initial cast, which included Armie Hammer. There has been a shift in the wind, however.
Recasting seems unlikely, given the film’s reliance on these two central performances, and the fact that the project appears to be doomed without him. Chalamet’s Wonka origin tale will need months of physical training and months of filming, and he has a busy year ahead of him as he transitions to big-budget films. If Chalamet doesn’t have the time, he may not be able to finish it.
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Even while there’s no follow-up novel to Call Me By Your Name, the original does give some insight into what happens to Elio and Oliver following their summer romance. But as the production has not started yet so it is clear that the 2nd part has been cancelled.