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Timothee Chalamet Thanks Armie Hammer’s Wife!

Timothee Chalamet Thanks Armie Hammer’s Wife!

Tells Her She Allowed Him To Roll All Over Her Husband!

Without a doubt you must’ve heard about the next LGBTQ film, Call Me By Your Name, that is getting tons of Oscar buzz we could expect to see the second gay romance film win two years in a row. Call Me By Your Name stars the dreamy, Armie Hammer, and 22-year-old Timothee Chalamet, who play lovers and have been giving us wet dreams for the last few months. They’ve been the talk of the town in the LGBTQ community lately and let’s keep the momentum going until we get to see their award-winning acceptance speeches! Speaking of which, Chalamet just gave one!

According to Entertainment Weekly, Chalamet won the Rising Star award, alongside Wonder Woman’s Gal Gadot at the 29th Annual Palm Springs International Film Festival Awards Gala. He was so adorable in his acceptance speech, thanking his costar Hammer, special honoree Gadot, and gave a cute little wink to Hammer’s wife, Elizabeth Chambers, as she allowed Hammer to play gay:

“It’s truly an awesome feeling to get to be in the Rising Stars category tonight alongside Gal Gadot. Gal, your film has literally made 250 times more money than my movie has. I’m left feeling a little insecure, unqualified to be up here but it’s okay. Seriously I’m grateful for your big brotherhood and your guidance and your friendship. To have someone in your position, and as talented as you are, be a mentor to me for the last two years is invaluable to me. I really mean it, man. And special thanks to Armie’s wife, Elizabeth Chambers, who is here tonight, as well, who is as crucial to this process as anyone. And for letting me crawl all over your husband for two months. Thank you for that.”

So cute! Don’t worry, there’s no ill will or jealousy. The Hammer duo and Chalamet were photographed together at an alcoholic brunch. #Jealous

Have you seen Call Me By Your name yet?!



I saw the movie and really enjoyed it.  As most people I wanted them to end up together but they didn't.  What I noticed most was the gay men in the audience's reaction after the film ended; it hit home to them as America didn't accept gays going back 40-50 years ago.  Some of them were crying because they had gotten married to women due to society/religious pressure.  I heard one man telling his friend he lost the love of his life in a similar fashion to the movie.  

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