Timothée Chalamet Says That Leonardo Dicaprio Told Him, “Don’t Do Hard Drugs and Don’t Be in Superhero Movies.”
Since his performance in “Call Me by Your Name,” the film directed by Luca Guadagnino, Timothée Chalamet has been hailed as the “it boy” of the Hollywood scene. Since then, he has appeared in critically acclaimed independent films including “Lady Bird” and “Beautiful Boy,” in addition to taking the lead role in the critically acclaimed fantasy film “Dune.” Next up is Guadagnino’s “Bones and All,” a cannibal love story that received an 8.5-minute standing ovation in Venice. The film was a hit at film festivals all over the world.
Following in the footsteps of Hollywood A-listers who came before him, Timothée Chalamet revealed to British Vogue the career advice that Leonardo DiCaprio had given him, which was, “Don’t do hard drugs and don’t do superhero movies.” Chalamet is following in the footsteps of Hollywood A-listers who came before him. halamet is on the verge of becoming a major celebrity in Hollywood.
Timothee Chalamet and Leonardo DiCaprio both had roles in the Adam McKay film “Don’t Look Up,” which is a satirical comedy set in the year 2021. The film made its debut in select theatres and on Netflix in December of last year, and it was nominated for an Academy Award for best picture. “Don’t Look Up” was directed by Adam McKay.
It is possible that Leonardo DiCaprio has not appeared on television since the finale of the series “Growing Pains,” which aired in 1992, due to the fact that he is highly selective about the roles that he accepts in films and television shows. His breakthrough performance in 1997’s “Titanic” propelled him to worldwide celebrity, and the film “The Revenant” by Alejandro G. Iárritu, in which he plays a frontiersman in the 1800s who fights and kills a bear, may be the closest thing he’s done to a big superhero movie so far. His character in the film is named Hugh Glass. Leonardo DiCaprio is the first person to ever win the Academy Prize for Best Actor thanks to his performance, which earned him the award.
Chalamet’s career path has led him to a position that is comparable to that of a well-respected actor who is adored by both adoring fans and critical praise. This position Chalamet has achieved is due to the combination of these two factors.
The actor will take on the part of a younger version of Willy Wonka in the upcoming origin film “Wonka,” which was written by Paul King and will be directed by Denis Villeneuve. In the same year, he will also make an appearance alongside Zendaya, Florence Pugh, and Austin Butler in the film “Dune: Part Two.”