“Is ‘Bones and All’ a joke about Armie Hammer? Timothée Chalamet responds

Following the cannibalism scandal surrounding Armie Hammer, speculations emerged that Luca Guadagnino’s film, ‘Bones and All’ (To the Last Bone), was a tasteless jest at the actor’s unconventional fantasies. Timothée Chalamet, who played one of the main roles in the film, decided to put these rumors to rest once and for all.

Timothée Chalamet: ‘Bones and All’ is not a joke about Armie Hammer

Timothée Chalamet, who had previously collaborated with Armie Hammer on Luca Guadagnino’s film ‘Tamte dni, tamte noce’ (Call Me by Your Name), addressed the speculations about ‘Bones and All’ in an interview with ‘GQ’ magazine. The young actor vehemently denied that he agreed to play a cannibal to jest at his colleague in the industry. His statement also implies that work on the project began long before the allegations Armie Hammer had to face. More on this matter can be found here: Accused of perversions, Armie Hammer leaves a film with JLo.

“What were the chances we’d even work on this?,” Chalamet said. He also mentioned that the rumors about the film’s connection to Armie Hammer influenced his decision to take on the role. “I felt like I really had to do it because the film is actually based on a book.”

When asked how he felt when he learned about Armie Hammer’s troubling tendencies, he responded:

“Disorientation” would be a fitting word here.

Watch the trailer for the film ‘Bones and All’

The film ‘Bones and All’ starring Timothée Chalamet and Taylor Russell in the lead roles premiered in 2022 at the Venice Film Festival. Watch the trailer:


‘Bones and All’ is a story about first love between Maren (Taylor Russell), a young woman learning to survive on the fringes of society, and Lee (Timothée Chalamet), a fiery rebel and drifter. During their thousand-mile odyssey, they explore the backroads, hidden corners, and various traps of Reagan-era America. Despite their efforts, they cannot escape their tragic past. Ultimately, they will have to decide if their love can overcome their differences.

‘Bones and All’ in the ‘Mam parę uwag’ podcast

We remind you of the ‘Mam parę uwag’ podcast episode in which Julia Taczanowska and Jakub Popielecki discuss the film ‘Bones and All’.”

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