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Sinister ‘Suspiria’ Trailer Delivers Creepy Feels, Dakota Johnson, Tilda Swinton

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There’s a trailer out for Luca Guadagnino’s new movie Suspiria, and it’s nothing short of horrific: Armie Hammer is nowhere to be seen, and everyone is wearing a shirt. Suspiria, an homage to the 1977 horror film of the same name, stars Dakota Johnson as an uptight dancer with pallid skin, a high forehead, and…

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‘Call Me’ Director’s ‘Suspiria’ Remake Earns Raves From Original Star

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Skeptics be damned. Seems like many, including the film’s original star, Jessica Harper, are very impressed with what they’ve seen of Call Me By Your Name director Luca Guadagnino’s Suspiria remake… reboot… homage. The film is slated for release this Fall, but horror fans were treated to first footage from the movie at CinemaCon on…

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Call Me By Your Second Name: Director, Cast On Board For Sequel

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Once again, queer folk are putting straights to shame in the romance department. Just a few days after Call Me By Your Name won Best Adapted Screenplay at the Oscars (in addition to nabbing three more nominations), the Internet is learning that the sequel will be set in the late ‘80s and will feature world…

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Proposed ‘Call Me By Your Name’ Trilogy To Address HIV/AIDS Impact

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Call Me By Your Name might have one of the most bittersweet (if ultimately hopeful) endings in queer cinematic history, but director Luca Guadagnino is hinting that the story doesn’t actually have to end with Timothee Chalamet crying dramatically in front of a fireplace for ten minutes. While Guadagnino has already floated the idea of…

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I Fell in Love Three Times Before Timothee Chalamet F###ed Me

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By: The Peach from ‘Call Me By Your Name’ Some peaches shoot for the moon. They see their friends and relatives pass from orchard to grocery store to human digestive tract, and strive for more. But their tragedy lies in their truth: They can’t pick who picks them. They can only rely on sheer luck…

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‘Call Me By Your Name’ Wins Best Pic, Actor From L.A. Critics

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It seems that we’re likely inching towards two historical milestones this winter. Just after Donald Trump celebrates his first President’s Day as a former President, the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences may grant a Best Picture award to a queer film for the second time in a row.    Almost a year after…

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‘Call Me By Your Name’ Director Auditions Peach Before Notorious Scene

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We’ll have to wait until November 24 to see if Call Me by Your Name director Luca Guadagnino’s trial by missing peach pit works in regards to a much-hyped sex scene in the film. The scene in question, a memorable part of André Aciman’s novel from which the film is adapted, concerns protagonist Elio (Timothée…

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‘Call Me By Your Name’ Sequel Already In The Works

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Director of Call Me By Your Name (scheduled for theatrical release on November 24, 2017) Luca Guadagnino is planning a sequel to the lush film set in 1980s picturesque Italy. In the vein of Richard Linklater’s film series—Before Sunrise, Before Sunset, Before Midnight—that reunites lovers Jesse and Celine (Ethan Hawke and Julie Delpy) over a…

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‘Call Me By Your Name’ Trailer Will Leave You Hungry For More

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It’s a good feeling to lavish hopeful praise and expectation on a film nowadays, and that’s easy to do after viewing the trailer for Call Me by Your Name. There’s so much potential and talent is packed into this one: Director Luca Guadagnino (who helmed the jaw-dropping I Am Love with Tilda Swinton), sumptuous cinematography…

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