The Milan premiere of Luca Guadagnino’s cannibal romance “Bones and All” suspended its purple carpet actions on Saturday night to account for a large crowd of Timothée Chalamet followers that had attended in hopes of catching a glimpse of the movie’s star.
Native police shut down the purple carpet exterior the Area Cinema Odeon after the gathering had swelled to the purpose of prompting security issues. Whereas the premiere continued in a extra restricted capability, members of the press have been turned away. Photographs of attendees have been then taken contained in the venue. Chalamet did no press. The screening of the movie went on as deliberate, together with its scheduled introduction.
The Milan premiere represents the most recent high-profile occasion for “Bones and All,” which debuted in Italy on the Venice Movie Pageant in September, the place it was preceded by one other purple carpet that noticed Chalamet followers out in full power. Whereas Venice offered Chalamet the house to take his time on the carpet, approaching the general public for autographs and pictures, the identical alternative couldn’t be afforded in Milan.
The 26-year-old actor reunites with Guadagnino, his “Name Me By Your Title” director, for “Bones and All,” starring alongside Taylor Russell as a pair of cannibalistic lovers on the street collectively. After its Venice premiere, Guadagnino was awarded the Silver Lion for finest director by the competition’s jury, whereas Russell received the Marcello Mastroianni award.
“Bones and All” begins a restricted theatrical launch in North America on Nov. 18 earlier than increasing to vast launch on Nov. 23.