Entertainment Armie Hammer Says ‘Call Me By Your Name’ Will Need ‘Room To Breathe’ Before A Sequel Can Be Discussed

04:50  26 october  2020
04:50  26 october  2020 Source:   etcanada.com

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'It needs room to breathe , too,' Hammer said . 'So many people are emotionally invested in the first Call Me Sequel : When asked if he thinks that at least 10 years need to pass for a sequel to Call Me By Your Name to Armie Hammer on Rebecca, Call Me By Your Name 2, and Gossip Girl | Collider.

But Armie Hammer says that it's unlikely there will be a sequel to the story of the love affair between a 24-year-old American, played by Hammer , and a 17-year-old Asked if a sequel could be in the offing, Hammer replied: 'The truth is , there have been really loose conversations about it, but at the

Fans have been anxiously waiting for a "Call Me By Your Name" sequel, but if Armie Hammer has anything to say, it will be a lot longer.

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The 2017 film starred Hammer, 34, and Timothée Chalamet, 24, as lovers and shot Chalamet into stardom.

While speaking to Collider, Hammer said the movie "needs room to breathe."

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He continued to say that 10 years down the road is a better timeline to revisit the movie rather than now.

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 The sequel is set to take place a few years after the events of the first part and it sounds like the antagonist of the first film who did repulsive things, now to the hero. The said blind man has therefore withdrawn again, but is not alone. He has taken in a young girl who was orphaned in a fire and is now looking after her. But then kidnappers appear who kidnap the girl. The blind man is their only hope.

Watch: Armie Hammer eager for Call Me By Your Name sequel . Hammer , who play Oliver, the love interest to Timothee Chalamet’s Elio, in Luca Guadagnino’s Oscar winning coming of age 2017 romance, told Collider that the film “ needs room to breathe .”

Armie Hammer recently spoke with IndieWire and said that the film's director, Luca Guadagnino, already has an outline for the script and has *While Luca has been talking about a sequel since last fall, this seems to be the first concrete reporting that the film's stars are onboard with the script.

"So many people are emotionally invested in 'Call Me by Your Name' that, if we made a second one now, no matter what, you’re just setting yourself up for failure. If you give us time and I can come back in my 40s, and Timothée is 23, then we can make it," he joked.

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Rumours spread in early 2019 that a sequel would be taking place but Hammer shut them down at the time.

“Timmy’s out! I’m not sure why. Timmy said the only way he’d do it is if they paid him $15 million,” Hammer teased while speaking with Vulture.

Hammer currently stars opposite Lily James in "Rebecca" on Netflix.

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