Timothée Chalamet’s reunion with Call Me by Your Name‘s director Luca Guadagnino is anything but expected in the first look at Bones and All.
While their previous film was a tender coming-of-age love story, Bones and All blends romance with grisly horror and cannibalism for a film that is sure to cause controversy.
Chalamet shared the trailer on his social media, along with three blood droplet emojis to creep us all out that little bit extra.
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The clip opens with dune star Chalamet’s Lee embracing Maren (Lost in Space’s Taylor Russell) as he asks: “You don’t think I’m a bad person?”
A tense music cue signals a series of alarming visuals of the couple’s run-ins with Mark Rylance, hinting at Lee resorting to some depraved methods for survival.
The final scene has Maren and Lee sharing a kiss, as she assures him: “All I think is that I love you.”
Bones & All takes place during the height of Reaganism in America in the 1980s, as a teenage couple face desperate circumstances on a 1,000-mile journey.
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The impressive cast features Emmy Award nominee Michael Stuhlbarg (The Staircase), American Horror Story veteran André Holland, Russian Doll actress Chloe Sevigny and see‘s Jessica Harper.
Luca Guadagnino has adapted Camille DeAngelis’s romantic horror novel of the same name with his Suspiria writer David Kajganich. Chalamet is set to produce as well as star.
The film will actually be Guadagnino’s first set in the US.
Bones & All will premiere at the 79th Venice International Film Festival in September, before landing an awards season release on November 23 in the US. A UK release date hasn’t yet been announced.
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