Timothée Chalamet has been selling his upcoming movie, Dune, alongside co-star Zendaya. And in a single spherical of press interviews, the Harry Potter fan wore a cardigan that gave away his Hogwarts home.
Timothée Chalamet grew up on ‘Harry Potter’
Chalamet was round 6-years-old when the primary Harry Potter film premiered in 2001. He grew up through the franchise’s golden age when the movies and books had been nonetheless being launched.
In a 2019 look on Late Evening with Seth Meyers, the actor revealed his connection to Harry Potter. And he talked about how starstruck he was assembly Emma Watson on the set of their movie, Little Ladies.
“I grew up on Harry Potter in some way,” Chalamet instructed Seth Meyers. “I grew up seeing those movies. So, that first time seeing Emma Watson — this is going to be weird for her to see now — that was definitely a weird moment. I had to work past that.”
Chalamet is gearing up for the premiere of his new film, Dune, which hits theaters and HBO Max on Oct. 22. And through one spherical of press interviews, the actor wore a Harry Potter sweater that signifies his affinity to 1 specific Hogwarts home.
Chalamet rocked a darkish inexperienced entrance zip cardigan sweater bearing the Slytherin House crest. Slytherin is affiliated with among the strongest witches and wizards within the Harry Potter universe, together with Severus Snape and Tom Riddle (Lord Voldemort).
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The Dune star didn’t discuss concerning the sweater or why he was sporting it within the interviews. However simply by carrying it, he gave a low-key shout-out to Harry Potter and Slytherin.
He additionally in contrast ‘Dune’ to ‘Harry Potter’
Dune is an adaptation of Frank Herbert’s 1965 science-fiction novel of the identical title. And when speaking to Deadline forward of the Venice Movie Pageant, Chalamet spoke concerning the immense fan base Dune has and the way a lot stress he felt to get his character, Paul Atreides, proper.
“I like to think that with every film I’ve done — the character you play is almost a piece of your flesh,” Chalamet mentioned. “And that’s always true, but simply from the perspective of how long the shoot for Dune was, and also the arc that Paul Atreides is on, as well as the huge love and almost biblical connection that so many people have for the book and the original film, it really felt tectonic — Just getting to this finish line feels like, phew.”
The 25-year-old additionally defined how he felt Dune and Harry Potter hook up with their technology of readers. “So much of our pop culture and films and books have been derived from Dune and all the philosophy in the book,” Chalamet mentioned. “I’ve been shocked to learn how many people have a next-level connection to the book. I compare it to how our generation grew up with Harry Potter, and that one makes sense to me.”
Dune hits theaters and HBO Max on Oct. 22, 2021.