Bones and All cast

This week, Call Me By Your Name director Luca Guadagnino began production on his first movie shot in the United States. It’s called Bones and All, and it stars Timothée Chalamet (Little WomenDune) and Taylor Russell (Waves, Lost in Space) as two lovers traveling across the country. But Guadagnino has just added a whole slew of additional actors to the cast, and while there are some terrific names among them, one name stands out as a slightly odd choice: David Gordon Green, the director of movies like Pineapple Express and 2018’s Halloween. Read More »

bone and all

The Call Me By Your Name team might reunite. Luca Guadagnino is eyeing a new movie with Timothée Chalamet, with Waves breakout Taylor Russell also circling a role. The film is titled Bones & All which, despite the title, will not involve fellow Call Me By Your Name star and unconfirmed cannibal Armie Hammer.

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suspiria sequel

Suspiria was Luca Guadagnino‘s unhinged horror masterpiece, a Cold War allegory that went off the rails in the most glorious and debauched fashion. And it would have only been the beginning. Guadagnino revealed that he originally intended Suspiria to be the first part of a story, with a planned sequel that would have been even more off the walls than the film were Dakota Johnson rips open her chest and summons a demonic incarnation of Death. But sadly, it’s a Suspiria sequel we’ll never see, due to the first film’s poor box office performance.

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brideshead revisited remake

BBC is set to revisit Brideshead Revisited. But the British network’s new adaptation of the Evelyn Waugh classic novel has a few exciting things going for it: a prestigious director, Luca Guadagnino, who has just wrapped up his first TV project, and a star-studded ensemble led by Andrew Garfield that would feature a Carol reunion between fellow stars Cate Blanchett and Rooney Mara.

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scarface remake

Luca Guadagnino doesn’t play by the rulebook with his remakes. The Italian director behind Call Me By Your Name put his own spin on Dario Argento’s giallo classic Suspiria, with a much moodier, much slower take that set itself apart from the 1977 original. So you can probably count on Guadagnino to take his own liberties with the Scarface remake. But in an update on his currently in-development remake, Guadagnino teased that his Scarface may not be as different as we would think.

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We Are Who We Are Trailer

Back in 2017, director Luca Guadagnino delivered the gorgeous coming-of-age romance Call Me By Your Name starring Timothée Chalamet and Armie Hammer. Now the filmmaker is at it again, this time with Jack Dylan Grazer and Jordan Kristine Seamón starring in We Are Who We Are, a new HBO series following two American kids living on a military base in Italy. Each of these kids is going through the trials and tribulations of teenage life, which includes first-love, struggles with their own identity, and more. Based on the new We Are Who We Are trailer, this looks like it will let Guadagnino spread his wings into teenage angst even more than before. Read More »

scotty bowers film

In the history of unusual Hollywood combinations, this one may take the cake. Luca Guadagnino, known for arthouse movies like Call Me By Your Name and Suspiria, is teaming up with funnyman duo Seth Rogen and Evan Goldberg, who gave us raunchy comedy hits like Pineapple Express, to make a narrative film based on the documentary Scotty and the Secret History of Hollywood. Guadagnino is set to direct this Scotty Bowers biopic, about the legendary bisexual male hustler, while Rogen and Goldberg will write the script.

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we are who we are trailer

A sunny Italian setting, an ecstatic summer romance: all the elements that made Luca Guadagnino‘s Call Me By Your Name an international sensation and awards darling, as well as elements that the filmmaker is revisiting for his first TV project, We Are Who We Are. An eight-episode HBO miniseries, We Are Who We Are stars It and Shazam breakout Jack Dylan Grazer as a new resident of an Italian military base who falls headfirst for Caitlin (newcomer Jordan Kristine Seamón), a fellow army base brat who is struggling with her gender identity. Watch the We Are Who We Are trailer below.

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scarface remake update new

Hollywood has been trying to say hello to a Scarface remake for a few years now, and it recently found an interesting, if surprising, new director in the form of Luca Guadagnino. Working with a script by the Coen Brothers, the Call Me By Your Name filmmaker is tackling the remake of the 1983 Brian De Palma movie starring Al Pacino, itself a remake of a film from 1932. While the ’32 Scarface was set in the 1920s, and the ’83 Scarface took place in 1980, Guadagnino says his Scarface is going to be “very timely.”

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We Are Who We Are release date

Over the course of nearly a decade, Italian filmmaker Luca Guadagnino directed what he called his “Desire” trilogy: I Am Love, A Bigger Splash, and Call Me By Your Name, three films overflowing with sweaty bodies, deep passion, and gorgeous cinematography. Now he’s bringing that flavor of filmmaking to HBO with We Are Who We Are, an eight-episode limited series that debuts this fall. Take a look at the first teaser below.
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