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Timothée Chalamet Honors Armie Hammer at Texas Film Awards: 'That's Somebody I Want To Become'

Timothée Chalamet has nothing but love for his Call Me By Your Name co-star Armie Hammer!

While presenting his 31-year-old cast mate with the Variety One to Acclaim Award at the 2018 Texas Film Awards on Thursday (March 8) in Austin, Texas, the 22-year-old Oscar-nominee shared some sweet words about Armie.

“This is really easy for me to because I’m young, obviously my career’s been very short, but I’ve been fortunate enough to work with a lot of really great actors, a lot of great human beings… but the relationship I’ve had with Armie is unlike the relationship I’ve had with other actors,” Timothée expressed during the awards ceremony.

“In an industry for young male actors, there aren’t a ton of road maps that you can point at and say, ‘That’s somebody I want to become,’ and I felt this way since I met him…,” Timothée continued. “I’m just all the better for it. It’s humanity, it’s loving fatherhood, it’s being a loving husband, it’s hard work…”

Timothée and Armie were joined at the event by his wife Elizabeth Chambers, as well as fellow honorees Richard Linklater and Paul Thomas Anderson.

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Bryan Cranston Looks Dapper at 'Last Flag Flying' Premiere at London Film Festival!

Bryan Cranston smiles for the adoring crowd at the 2017 BFI London Film Festival on Sunday (October 8) in London, England.

The actor walked the red carpet and took photos with director Richard Linklater and Clare Stewart at the premiere.

Bryan also appeared at the NYC premiere of Last Flag Flying in September.

The comedy-drama film, a sequel to 1973′s The Last Detail, co-stars Steve Carell and Laurence Fishburne.

The film follows a group of veterans who served together in Vietnam and must reunite 30 years later to bury one of their sons, a young Marine killed in the Iraq War.

Last Flag Flying will make its theatrical debut on November 3.

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Bryan Cranston & Laurence Fishburne Premiere 'Last Flag Flying' in NYC

Bryan Cranston and Laurence Fishburne are taking their latest flick to the New York Film Festival!

The co-stars premiered Last Flag Flying during the annual fest on Thursday night (September 28) at Alice Tully Hall, Lincoln Center in New York City.

Bryan was joined by his wife Robin Dearden as well as his other co-stars J. Quinton Johnson, Yul Vazquez and director Richard Linklater.

The film follows a group of veterans who served together in Vietnam and must reunite 30 years later to bury one of their sons, a young Marine killed in the Iraq War.

Last Flag Flying is set to hit theaters on November 3rd.

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Michael Fassbender's 'Song to Song' Could Have Been a Mini-Series

Michael Fassbender sits down for a panel discussion about his movie Song to Song during the 2017 SXSW Festival on Saturday morning (March 11) in Austin, Tex.

The 39-year-old actor was interviewed by director Richard Linklater alongside his Song to Song director Terrence Malick, who made a rare appearance in public for the event.

Terrence opened up about how the original cut of the film was eight hours long and he rhetorically asked at the time if he was making a mini-series.

“We shot the film on a 40-day schedule,” Malick said (via Deadline). “We had an 8-hour first cut of the film and it took a long time to cut it to a manageable length.”

Make sure to see the super hot photos of Michael at the premiere the night before!

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'Everybody Wants Some' Cast Made Big Transformations for Their Characters (Exclusive Photos)

The new film Everybody Wants Some is being released into theaters in limited release today (March 30) and we thought we’d take a look at the cool transformations the cast made for their characters!

The Richard Linklater movie, which is being billed as a “spiritual sequel” to the director’s 1993 film Dazed and Confused, takes place in Texas in 1980. It follows a group of college baseball players who navigate their way through the freedoms and responsibilities of unsupervised adulthood.

Blake Jenner, Tyler Hoechlin, Glen Powell, Ryan Guzman, Wyatt Russell, Juston Street, and J. Quinton Johnson are some of the guys playing the baseball players while Zoey Deutch adds a feminine touch to the cast.

Check out an exclusive gallery of photos below and click through the slideshow to see what the cast members look like in real life in comparison to their characters!

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