Timothée Chalamet becomes Bob Dylan

Timothée Chalamet becomes Bob Dylan

Through the photographs that appeared on an Instagram profile, it was discovered that the French-American actor Timothée Chalamet will interpret Bob Dylan in the biopic “A complete unknown” which recounts the early years and artistic rise of the singer-songwriter and Nobel Prize winner for literature.

As written in the post, the photo should refer to the first day of filming on the streets of New York

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The 28-year-old actor Timothée Chalamet, who made his short film debut in 2008 at age 13, is currently in theaters with “Dune 2” and “Wonka.” You have already worked with several prestigious directors and at just 22 years old you earned your first Oscar nomination for best protagonist in the film “Call me by your name” Of Luca Guadagnino.

Timothée Chalamet was born in America but holds French citizenship, his father's country of origin.

The film “A complete unknown” is directed by James Mangold (already directing “Girl, Interrupted”, “Logan – The Wolverine”, “Indiana Jones and the Crossroads” and the 2005 biopic on Johnny Cash “Walk the Line”). The director himself had anticipated that the film's songs will be performed by the lead actor.

In 2003, a biographical film about the life of Bob Dylan was released, directed by Todd Haynes, entitled “I'm not here (I'm Not There)”, with a masterful interpretation of Cate Blanchett.