Little did he know, when Army Hammer left a thirsty comment on Instagram on Tuesday from his good friend and call by your name Costar Timothy Chalmet, it would create an internet firestorm.
The social network actor, 34, was talking to Variety about his new Netflix film Rebecca on Thursday, while Soci Note came up constantly.
‘People got very excited. I don’t think they realized I was actually making fun of people making ridiculous noises on the internet. ‘
Best Tried to Explain: Army Hammer was talking to Variety about his new Netflix movie Rebecca on Thursday, when this suicidal comment came for Timothy Chalmet
And while he was on the subject of Chalmet, 24, Hammer also vowed to reassure his detention that his latest comment had something to do with his favorite 2017 team-up sequel.
‘I have not commented to announce anything about your name bye bye. I promise, ‘he said.
‘I haven’t seen the script yet. I don’t know if there is a script and they just aren’t giving it to me or if there is no script. I have no idea where we are in the process. I think 2020 knocked everything out for the loop so I don’t know. We will be there when the dust settles. ‘
Thirsty Comment: Army Hammer has definitely informative feelings for his Call L Me by his name Costar Timothy Chalmet …
For the now-infamous comment, the Army departed for Timothy on social media earlier this week, at least it attracted attention.
Under Timothy’s brooding and stunning sunlight photo on Instagram, the Army made his compliment known with NSFW’s comment, followed by a string of sosie emojis.
‘OoooOoooooooo KING SH * T !!’ Hammer wrote, followed by eggplant, drops of water, indicative emojis for the heart and fire.
… as is clear from the comment he made on Dune Starr’s latest selfie on Instagram on Tuesday
The selfie showed Chalmet from below, her fuzzy hair sticking out from the bottom of the base cap, a hint of Stubble’s dizziness on her chiseled face.
The Army wasn’t the only one to applaud the Oscar nominee – actor Josh Broly made a simple “stud” comment.
Timothy and Army set the screen on fire in 2017 with their scout winner hit romance Call Me By Yours.
Not so bad in itself: under Timothy’s brooding and stunning sunlight photo, the Army made his praise known with NSFW’s comment, followed by a string of sosie emojis; Found in this month’s British GQ
Directed by Italian filmmaker Luca Guadagnino, the film received a Picture Scar nomination for Best Picture among others, and Timothy received its first nomination for Best Actor.
For James Ivory, the film’s legendary actor, the film won an Oscar for Best Friendly Screenplay.
Fans fell in love with the unusual story of a young man who ran away between two men in 1980s Italy, and long followed his sequel.
Now a classic: The pair set the screen on fire in their 2017 Oscar-winning hit romance Call Call Me By Yours
This desire became even stronger last year, as the author of the 2007 novel, based on the name Call Me by Your Name, Andre Assimene, published a sequel Tom called Find Me.
And the sequel is currently listed as ‘Declared’ on IMDB, featuring Army, Timothy, Michael Stuhlberg.
According to the film database, as the script is still said to be in the ‘treatment / outline’ phase, there is currently no word on when production will start.
Find them soon: Fans fell in love with the story of a runaway, runaway lover between two men in 1980s Italy and have long been lobbying for a sequel.