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Timothée Chalamet runs into Jason Momoa during very star-studded bathroom break

Timothée Chalamet runs into Jason Momoa during very star-studded bathroom break


Timothee Chalamet posted a photo from his very star-studded bathroom break on Saturday. 

The actor, 25, ran into action star Jason Momoa, 42, while using the restroom.   

The Call Me by Your Name captioned the photo, ‘when DUNE’s going crazy in Europe but you have to take a peepee.’ 

Star-studded bathroom break: Timothée Chalamet ran into Jason Momoa while he was using a public restroom

Damien Bray, a London-based director and producer according to his Instagram bio, also appeared in the photo. 

Chalamet wore a black and white hat with a goofy grin on his face while it appeared that the Justice League actor was using a urinal. 

Momoa had his head back and is right hand up in a rockstar hand signal with just his pinky and index finger pointed toward the sky.  

Looking fashionable as always: Chalamet, seen here in 2018, looked fashionable even in the bathroom with a black and white hat and brown jacket

Looking fashionable as always: Chalamet, seen here in 2018, looked fashionable even in the bathroom with a black and white hat and brown jacket

An eventful 2021: The Call Me by Your Name actor has had an eventful year with three major blockbusters he starred in set for release over the next couple months

An eventful 2021: The Call Me by Your Name actor has had an eventful year with three major blockbusters he starred in set for release over the next couple months

Both actors have been busy over the last couple of years and will continue to be busy for the next few. 

For the Little Women star, the COVID-19 pandemic delayed the release of two much anticipated films in which he takes a lead role. One is Dune, the science-fiction film based on the book of the same. Chalamet will star opposite stars like Zendaya and Oscar Isaac. 

On the same day Dune comes out, Wes Anderson’s new movie The French Dispatch, which also features Chalamet, will be released. The film centers around a fictitious 20th-century newspaper much like the New Yorker. 

He also filmed a part in Adam McKay’s much anticipated satirical comedy Don’t Look Up which is coming to Netflix in December. The star-studded cast features names like Leonardo DiCaprio, Meryl Streep, Jonah Hill and Jennifer Lawrence among many more.  

Taking on iconic roles: The actor, seen here in 2018, will play a young Willy Wonka in the 2023 movie Wonka

Taking on iconic roles: The actor, seen here in 2018, will play a young Willy Wonka in the 2023 movie Wonka

Still Aquaman: Momoa, 42, will reprise his role as Aquaman in the sequel set for release next year (pictured last month at the No Time To Die world premiere)

Still Aquaman: Momoa, 42, will reprise his role as Aquaman in the sequel set for release next year (pictured last month at the No Time To Die world premiere) 

The actor is set to star in Bones & All, currently in post-production, which will follow a young woman as she navigates the margins of society. 

Chalamet will also reprise his role in the Dune sequel, already in pre-production, and will try his hand at the iconic role of Willy Wonka in the 2023 film Wonka. 

Wonka will follow a young Willy Wonka, before he opens his candy factory, as he tries to make his fortune and meets the Oompa Loompas.    

Enjoying stardom: Momoa seems to be enjoying life in the spotlight as he smiles while out and about in London in July

Enjoying stardom: Momoa seems to be enjoying life in the spotlight as he smiles while out and about in London in July

As for Momoa, the actor completed filming on The Last Manhunt, a movie about two Native American lovers who accidentally kill a tribal leader and must flee across the desert. It is based on a true story. 

Momoa hasn’t given up on superhero movies though. He is set to reprise his role as Aquaman in the 2022 film Aquaman and the Lost Kingdom. He is currently filming the movie. 

The sequel to the highly successful first Aquaman film, which made over a billion dollars, will bring back stars of the first movie like Academy Award winner Nicole Kidman, Johnny Depp’s ex Amber Heard and Candyman actor Yahya Abdul-Mateen II. 

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