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It Starts On The Page: Read The Script For The Penultimate ‘We Are Who We Are’ Episode From Luca Guadagnino, Francesca Manieri & Paolo Giordano

Call Me By Your Name director Luca Guadagnino returned to the serene coasts of Italy for HBO Max’s We Are Who We Are. The director’s debut TV project is the next stop in Deadline’s It Starts On the Page, a series that highlights the scripts that serve as the creative backbone of the now-underway TV awards season. The scripts are all being submitted for Emmy consideration this year and have been selected here using criteria that includes critical acclaim, selecting from a wide range of networks and platforms, and a mix of established and lesser-known shows.
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Luca Guadagnino Says Call Me By Your Name Sequel Not Likely as Bones and All Cast Expands

Though more ink was spilled over the potential of a Call Me By Your Name sequel than anything Luca Guadagnino has worked on since the original film’s release, it’s not entirely surprising that the director seems to be walking away from the project after sexual misconduct allegations surrounding Armie Hammer surfaced. Guadagnino has now officially confirmed he’s putting his focus on other projects.
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In lieu of a Call Me By Your Name sequel, Luca Guadagnino is just reuniting (some of) the cast

After talking about it for a long time, Luca Guadagnino finally seemed committed to making a sequel to Call Me By Your Name last year, having met with a secret screenwriter and gotten confirmation that “everyone” from the first movie would be in the sequel. Unfortunately, it all got put on hold in April of 2020 when some kind of global pandemic sprung up that destroyed everything and continues to destroy a whole lot of things even though we’re all pretending life is normal again.

Luca Guadagnino Isn’t Focused On A ‘Call Me By Your Name’ Sequel Anymore

We’ve been talking about the strong possibility that a sequel to the acclaimed feature, “Call Me By Your Name,” would be happening eventually. The way Luca Guadagnino and cast members like Timothee Chalamet and Armie Hammer talked about the sequel idea, it seemed all but inevitable that we’d see another film in the continuing love story. Yet, things have apparently changed for Guadagnino as he admits the “Call Me By Your Name” sequel is no longer a priority.
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Luca Guadagnino Teases ‘Heartbreaking’ Timothée Chalamet Reunion, but ‘Call Me’ Sequel in Doubt

Luca Guadagnino has officially started filming his next feature, “Bones & All.” The project is the director’s first shot in the U.S., and principal photography kicked off this week in the Ohio Tri-State area. The project finds Guadagnino reuniting with his “Call Me By Your Name” stars Timothée Chalamet and Michael Stuhlbarg and his “We Are Who We Are” cast members Chloe Sevigny and Francesca Scorsese. Also in the mix are “Waves” breakout Taylor Russell, Oscar winner Mark Rylance, filmmaker David Gordon Green, and “Suspiria” actress Jessica Harper.

Luca Guadagnino will reteam with Timothée Chalamet on Bones & All

It’s been a big week for Timothée Chalamet, which began Monday with the announcement that he’d portray a young William Wonka in an origin film about Roald Dahl’s famed candy tycoon. While that press release was met mostly with bafflement and bad jokes, another update from Planet Chalamet received today should inspire more straightforward excitement among his fanbase.

Mark Rylance Joins Luca Guadagnino’s ‘Bones & All’ with Timothée Chalamet

Mark Rylance is the latest cast member to join Luca Guadagnino’s Bones & All, his second foray into horror filmmaking after the criminally underrated Suspiria remake. He will be joining Timothée Chalamet and Taylor Russell in a story written by Dave Kajganich, the screenwriter behind Guadagnino’s Suspiria and A Bigger Splash. Kajganich is adapting the story from the novel of the same name by Camille DeAngelis, which was published in 2015.

Luca Guadagnino On Reuniting With Timothée Chalamet, Moving Away From ‘Call Me By Your Name’ Sequel & Adding Michael Stuhlbarg, David Gordon Green And More To His First U.S. Film ‘Bones And All’

EXCLUSIVE: On lunch break Thursday in the first day of shooting of his first U.S.-set film Bones And All, director Luca Guadagnino talked about seizing the chance to reunite with Call Me By Your Name cohorts Timothée Chalamet and Michael Stuhlbarg, latter of whom he added to cast along with André Holland, Jessica Harper, Chloe Sevigny, Francesca Scorsese (the Guadagnino-created HBO series We Are Who We Are), and David Gordon Green — yes, the Halloween director. They join previously announced Chalamet, Taylor Russell and Mark Rylance.
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Guillermo del Toro, Luca Guadagnino, and Mira Nair Tell Thomas Vinterberg Why They Love ‘Another Round’

“Another Round” filmmaker Thomas Vinterberg was in Denmark, Luca Guadagnino was in Italy, Mira Nair was in India, and Guillermo del Toro was in Los Angeles, but their warmth in the Zoom was palpable. As the storytellers gathered to celebrate Vinterberg’s Oscar-nominated film, they all remembered the first time that he caught their attention: It was the 1998 “Festen” (“A Celebration”), a Dogme film that, true to its manifesto, didn’t credit its directors.

Sufjan Stevens and Luca Guadagnino Had a Mini Call Me By Your Name Reunion

Call Me By Your Name has maintained a surprisingly steady presence in the headlines in the three years since its release. Last year, after what felt like endless rumors and teasers, Italian director Luca Guadagnino confirmed that a sequel was indeed in store, complete with the return of costars Timothée Chalamet and Armie Hammer. It’s now unclear if Hammer will join the reunion, but in the meantime, Guadagnino has reunited with another member of the CMBYN family: Sufjan Stevens, the musician behind three of the soundtrack’s greatest hits, including the original song “Mystery of Love.”

Watch Folks Writhe Around on the Ground in Sufjan Stevens’ New ‘Tell Me You Love Me’ Video (Directed by Luca Guadagnino)

There’s something undeniably jarring about the new music video for “Tell Me You Love Me,” a song included in The Ascension, the recent album from Sufjan Stevens. Always one to push the envelope and go unexpected places with his art, Stevens linked up with director Luca Guadagnino (2018’s Call Me By Your Name) for a visually startling treatment for the song. Simply put, the clip shows a series of individuals writhing around on the ground — tastefully, and rather artistically — interspersed with various other visuals.

Sufjan Stevens Works with Luca Guadagnino for Abstract “Tell Me You Love Me” Video

Stevens earned an Oscar nom for his music featured in Guadagnino’s Call Me By Your Name. In 2018, Sufjan Stevens became an Oscar-nominated artist due to his musical contribution to 2017’s Call Me By Your Name, a film directed by Luca Guadagnino. Stevens performed at the ceremony, which he called “a horrifying Scientology end-of-year prom.” In a way it was good that Stevens didn’t win that Oscar, to not be validated by what he said he hated about America and pop culture. “I don’t want to be part of any room full of adults hemming and hawing over plastic trophies.” It seems, however, that experience didn’t taint his relationship with Guadagnino. They’ve teamed up again, along with artists Alessio Bolzoni and Celia Hempton, working on a music video for “Tell Me You Love Me,” a highlight off of Stevens’s 2020 album The Ascension.