TIMOTHEE CHALAMET LOOKS LIKE SHE DYED HER HAIR COPPER RED FOR THE NEW FILM WITH GUADAGNINO

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Timothee Chalamet’s brown bushings are as famous on the big screen as the actor himself, whether they bounce in the breeze of the Italian countryside in Call Me By Your Name or Massachusetts in Little Women.

However, it seems the 25-year-old has changed his look to prepare for the new film with Luca Guadagnino, Bones & All, a cannibal romance.

According to some recent sightings from fans circulating on Twitter, Timmy would now have copper orange hair and some even claim to have seen it for themselves. One thing is for sure: in photos taken by paparazzi in recent weeks, the actor always wears a baseball cap covered in a hood.

The smoking gun is TikTok’s ladybirdasfuser, who uploaded a video in which he recounts meeting Timmy at a Palm Springs supermarket. He asked if he could take a selfie with him, but Timothée denied his request because “he can’t take a picture right now.” “I should hide my hair,” he would say. The user also revealed that his hair was “orange-reddish“.

These are obviously all unverified claims, but the fact that even Taylor Russell– the co-star of Bones & All has just dyed her hair copper orange, which she recently sported in a photoshoot with Vogue, makes us think they may be true.

What do we know about Bones & All?

It is a romantic horror directed by Guadagnino, Taylor Russell is the protagonist, while Timothée has the part of his love interest.

The film is based on the novel of the same name by Camille DeAngelis, which tells of a young girl named Maren Yearly on her journey through America in search of the father she has never met, in an attempt to understand why she has the urgency to kill and eat the people who love her.

The director then returns to horror after the remake of Suspiria with Dakota Johnson. Dave Kajganich, who worked with Guadagnino on A Bigger Splash, wrote the screenplay.

As for Timmy, we will soon see him in two highly anticipated films: Dune by Denis Villeneuve and The French Dispatch by Wes Anderson.

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