Timothee Chalamet wears all black during a stroll in New York City… after talking to his Dune co-star Zendaya about on set ‘dance parties’
Timothee Chalamet seems to be enjoying the change of the seasons.
The 24-year-old actor was seen all bundled up as he headed out for a leisurely stroll in New York City on Friday afternoon.
The Call Me By Your Name star was dressed in a black button-up jacket paired with matching black sweatpants and a black mask that he kept under his nose; he finished the look off with a colorful pair of New Balance sneakers.
Stepping out: Timothee Chalamet went for a stroll in NYC on Friday dressed in mostly black clothing
This sighting comes after he talked with his Dune co-star Zendaya about their dance parties on set.
She told Elle this week her favorite memory from Dune was shaking it up.
‘I guess it was the dance parties that I hosted in my room,’ she answered, adding that Javier Bardem ‘popped in’ one time.
He plays Paul Atreides in the upcoming adaptation of Dune, set to be released on October 1, 2021.
The upcoming feature is based on a novel written by Frank Herbert that was published in 1965; the book was previously adapted into a film directed by David Lynch in 1984 and a critically acclaimed TV miniseries in 2000.
Making strides: The Miss Stevens actor wore a pair of multicolored New Balance sneakers to contrast with his mainly black outfit
The film is intended as the first part of a two-part adaptation of the novel, both of which will be helmed by Blade Runner 2049 director Denis Villeneuve.
Also set to appear in the movie are Rebecca Ferguson, Oscar Isaac, and Josh Brolin, among others.
The New York City native began his career with a TV debut on the longstanding police procedural series Law and Order, where he played a murder victim.
Keeping it casual: The actor kept his mask hung below his nose for the duration of the walk
The actor moved on to further roles in television and was featured in a recurring role on the spy thriller series Homeland, where he was nominated for a SAG Award for Outstanding Performance by an Ensemble in a Drama Series along with the rest of the cast.
Chalamet’s first film role came in 2014’s Men, Women, and Children; that same year, he was featured in Christopher Nolan’s film Interstellar, which received high praise from critics and was a smash at the box office, earning $696.3 million overall.
After appearing in various other films over the next few years, the actor received high critical acclaim for his role in 2017’s Call Me By Your Name as Elio, a teenager who becomes infatuated with one of his father’s graduate students.
Looking ahead: Dune was pushed back from its original December release date by 10 months; Chalamet and Rebecca Ferguson are seen portraying Paul Atreides and Lady Jessica, respectively
His co-star: He talked with his Dune co-star Zendaya about their dance parties on set. She told Elle this week her favorite memory from Dune was shaking it up. ‘I guess it was the dance parties that I hosted in my room,’ she answered
For his role in the film, the actor received an Academy Award nomination for Best Actor; he is currently one of the youngest actors in history to have ever been nominated for this award.
A sequel to the film has been discussed since 2017 and was seemingly confirmed in 2020 by the director, Luca Guadagnino, but its development has reportedly been stalled by the onset of the global pandemic.
That same year, the One & Two actor also garnered critical praise for his role in the coming-of-age dramedy Lady Bird.
In 2018, Chalamet was nominated by BAFTA for Best Actor in a Supporting Role for his role in the biographical drama Beautiful Boy as a teenager struggling with a drug addiction.
Gaining praise: The Hostiles actor was nominated for an Academy Award for his work on Call Me By Your Name; the actor is seen portraying Elio alongside Armie Hammer as Oliver