Call Me By Your Name 2 Could Bring Back Armie Hammer as Director Luca Guadagnino Not Concerned About Actor’s Sexual Abuse, Cannibalism Accusations

On tour with his young bones and all cast, the call me by your name director, Luca Guadagnino brings out his Italian sophistication as he paints a picture of his future in Hollywood. Even though the director has quickly risen as an industry insider, a dream he’s had for a long time, Guadagnino has yet to escape the overwhelming fame of his 2017 gay romance drama.

The globally established society that demands to witness masterpieces has tapped the Italian master storyteller to extend the story of Elio and Oliver and it’s been 5 years since no solidity has been attached to reports on making the sequel.

Call Me By Your Name (2017)
call me by your name (2017)

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Updates from Luca Guadagnino on call me by your name 2

During an interview with VarietyItalian director Luca Guadagnino reflects on his tenure in Hollywood, his rapid rise as an industry favorite, the unparalleled potential of his films’ inescapable protagonist – Timothée Chalamet, and the possibility of following call me by your name with a long-awaited sequel. The protagonists the director had never dispelled rumors of a sequel, but rather added to them by promoting the idea himself since the phenomenal success of the 2017 film:

“I would love to do a second, third and fourth chapter of all my films. Why? Because I really love the actors I work with, so I want to repeat the joy of doing what we did together.

Luca Guadagnino hopes for a sequel to Call Me By Your Name
Luca Guadagnino is hoping for a call me by your name after

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Now 5 years and no solid storyline later — “there is no hypothesis, therefore there is no film” – Luca Guadagnino takes a very controversial stance when asked about the potential arc of call me by your name 2 and its cast. “Yes, of course” is the director’s answer to whether Armie Hammer would feature as part of the sequel. Although the mere mention of Hammer sparked outrage against Guadagnino, one can only imagine how Hollywood and its clientele would react to the actor’s return to a production that was met with such popular demand.

Luca Guadagnino himself would be jeopardizing his sequel to the Oscar-winning tale by attempting to employ The social network star who fell incredibly far from his golden boy pedestal.

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call me by your name: Its Success & Its Controversies

Luca Guadagnino is many things but subtlety is not one of his strengths. The filmmaker’s brash grit dovetails perfectly with his audacious ambition to deliver flawless cinematic productions, some of which are worthy of being called art. call me by your namethe 2017 adaptation of André Aciman’s novel, received the Oscar for Best Writing and that award was secured by Timothée Chalamet and Armie Hammer’s poignant display of on-screen love and Luca’s ability to Guadagnino to portray the melancholy behind human emotions.

Armie Hammer and Timothée Chalamet in Call Me By Your Name
Armie Hammer and Timothée Chalamet in call me by your name

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However, as tragic and inspiring as it may have been, the film and its love story find no space to cultivate the in-demand sequel. Mainly, the reason lies behind Luca Guadagnino’s procrastination of a potential call me by your name 2 which had been promised to the public by the director himself since the release of the first and only adaptation of Aciman. Adding to the problems, growing allegations against Armie Hammer regarding his physically and sexually abusive behavior towards women as well as allegations of cannibalism have driven the once-popular actor out of Hollywood and the United States.

Whether call me by your name 2 exists on the horizon, it would be natural for Elio and Oliver to be there. It wouldn’t be acceptable to bring Armie Hammer back, however, and therein lies the troubling fate of the potential sequel.

call me by your name is available to stream on Netflix and HBO Max.

Source: Variety

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