It’s been rather a while since we heard anything about director Luca Guadagnino’s plans to glean a sequel to his 2017 adaptation of Call Me By Your Title, however… neatly, there’s now no longer unparalleled else going on in Hollywood, so let’s register. Speaking with Italy’s La Repubblica (thru Kind), Guadagnino now no longer too prolonged ago equipped an change on his sequel, asserting that he had ethical made a high-tail to to the U.S. to fulfill with a screenwriter when the coronavirus began to hit, and even supposing the meeting curiously went neatly enough that Guadagnino refuses to convey the author’s establish (it’s anyone he loves, that’s all all of us know), all of it had to be positioned on defend while this entire pandemic component performs out.
One component he would convey, even supposing, is that “every person will likely be in the movie.” That came after he namely highlighted the work of Timothée Chalamet, Armie Hammer, Michael Stuhlbarg, Esther Garrel and “the a quantity of actors,” so it appears to be esteem every person who was as soon as in Call Me By Your Title will likely be coming relief in some capacity. Closing March, Hammer stated that he’d “be an asshole” if he refused to entire a sequel, however he urged on the time that it might perhaps per chance per chance per chance truly be slightly unlikely. Now, assuming Guadagnino isn’t overselling this screenwriter meeting, it appears to be esteem it with out a doubt will glean made at some level.
At this level, it’s aloof unclear if the movie sequel would be aware the instruct of Gain Me, creator André Aciman’s 2019 sequel to his long-established book. That one takes location a decade after the long-established, with Elio’s father (Stuhlbarg’s persona in the movie) having a animated plod of his glean with a younger lady sooner than Elio and Oliver in the end reunite. Samantha Nelson wasn’t an especially large fan in her A.V. Membership overview, offering the damning slam that an adaptation of it might perhaps per chance per chance per chance “feel esteem a gradual-occupation Woody Allen flick.”