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Police shut down Milan red carpet due to safety concerns for Timothee Chalamet's fans

Writer: Heidi Hsia

Timothée Chalamet's star power is huge
Timothée Chalamet's star power is huge

15 Nov – Italian authorities had to shut down the red carpet for the new movie, "Bones and All", after fans of lead actor Timothée Chalamet decided to gather at the venue to see their favourite star.

As reported on Variety, the actor, who appeared at the Milan premiere of the Luca Guadagnino movie to walk the red carpet and promote the movie, got a huge number of fans excited for a glimpse, sparking the concern for their safety.

Local police were revealed to have shut down the red carpet soon after, with members of the press also turned away.

It is noted that fans were able to interact with Chalamet back when the movie debuted at the Venice Film Festival in September, but the Milan event could not afford a similar situation.

The actor got close with fans in Venice
The actor got close with fans in Venice

However, excited fans were still able to see the actor, who stopped for a moment and waved to them before entering the hall.

"Bones and All" reunite Chalamet with the director, who helped him rise to stardom with "Call Me By Your Name". Co-starring Taylor Russell, the two play two cannibalistic lovers on the road together.

"Bones and All" reunite Chalamet with Luca Guadagnino
"Bones and All" reunite Chalamet with Luca Guadagnino

The movie is a "cannibal love story"
The movie is a "cannibal love story"


Cinema Online, 15 November 2022

Related Movies:
Bones And All (24 Nov 2022)
Dune (14 Oct 2021)

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