Timothée Chalamet and Director Luca Guadagnino have officially reunited for the film. In 2017, the Italian director and rising Hollywood star directed “Call Me By Your Name,” a renowned romantic drama that became an awards season hero and received five Oscar nominations (including a Best Actor nod for Chalamet).
Audiences will now have to wait and see if they can recreate this on-screen magic in their upcoming film “Bones and all.” Bones and Everything is based on Camille DeAngelis’ novel of the same name. The reunion of Guadagnino and Chalamet piqued the interest of the next film adaptation, as did the issue of cannibalism (which, coincidentally, is linked to “Call Me By Your Name” by the Cannibal fetiche of actor Armie Hammer and the “Complex” scandal in early 2021).
Fortunately, “Bones and All” is entirely fictitious, and it will feature some fascinating actors such as Chloe Sevigny, Michael Stuhlbarg, and “Waves” breakout star Taylor Russell. Let’s go over what we know so far about the film.
When will the Bones and all can release
As of June 2021, no official release date for “Bones and All” had been announced. According to Variety, the film began principal photography in late May and is expected to be completed during the summer, implying that it will be released in late 2022 or early 2023.
The title “Bones and All” was first published in January 2021. It was written by Guadagnino’s frequent collaborator David Kayganich for his films ‘A Bigger Splash’ and ‘Suspiria.’ At the time of the announcement, Chalamet and Russell were announced as the film’s leads, with Guadagnino already attached to direct. The film is being shot in Cincinnati, Ohio, which is a departure for Guadagnino, who normally shoots in his native Italy or elsewhere in Europe. “Bones and All” is the director’s first film shot in the United States.
Cast of Bones and all
Taylor Russell plays Maren Yearly, a young woman with a mysterious desire to kill and eat her loved ones in “Bones and All.” The actress is best known for her role in the Waves 2019 drama as Emily, a Florida teenager struggling to keep her family together. She also appeared in the 2019 horror film Escape Room, in which her young wife was trapped in a deadly labyrinth.
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