We've Got Our First Look At Timothée Chalamet's New Netflix Film & We Are KEEN
It's been a very busy couple of years for ur boi Timothée Chalamet since he graced our screens in Call Be By Your Name, but now he's taking on a very different role for a new Netflix original film and we are bloody keen.
Posting on his Instagram, Chalamet unveiled the poster for his new film The King, an adaptation of the Shakespeare play Henry V (Parts 1 and 2), where he will portray King Henry V. And honestly...he can rule over us whenever he wants.
Chalamet plays Prince Hal, who starts off as a bit of a rowdy larrikin before unexpectedly assuming the role as King. The play also stars, and is co-written by, Aussie legend Joel Edgerton. Other actors in the film include Lily-Rose Depp, Robert Pattinson, Ben Mendelsohn and Sean Harris.
We don't know when exactly this highly anticipated film will be hitting Netflix, but we do know that it'll be dropping sometime in Spring. Halloween movies can wait, we've got more important things to tend to this spooky season!
In the meantime, we'll now only be referring to Timothée as King Chalamet. Sorry, we don't make the rules.
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