In a recent interview, Timothée Chalamet chose to address the criticism involving his former co-star, Armie Hammer, marking his first public statement on the matter.
Chalamet gained recognition for his role in the film “Bones and All.” However, the movie’s release coincided with significant media attention surrounding Armie Hammer, with whom he had previously shared the screen in “Call Me by Your Name.” During that period, Hammer faced serious accusations of sexual assault. Although Hammer consistently denied any criminal wrongdoing, the ensuing public controversy led to his departure from several prominent projects. Recently, the suspicion was dropped due to insufficient charges.
Timothée maintained a degree of restraint when discussing his personal sentiments regarding the Army’s situation, despite their close friendship, and only recently spoke publicly about it. And if Armie’s career fell into decline during this time, then Timothée’s career has continued to flourish, with substantial roles in “Dune” and other film endeavors.