Timothee Chalamet is one of the best things that’s happened in pop culture for a long time. The New York-born actor, who is only 25, has already had a significant impact on the Hollywood landscape. He’s a style icon as well as an undeniable leading man for a new generation. From being a chocolate teenage boy in Italy to being royalty, Timothee has challenged each aspect of being an actor.
Below are some of the best films of Timothee Chalamet ranked.
1. Call Me By Your Name
Elio Perlman, 17, is spending the summer of 1983 with his family at their 17th-century villa in Lombardy, Italy. Oliver, a handsome doctoral student working as an intern for Elio’s father, soon comes into his life. Elio and Oliver discover the heady beauty of awakening desire over the course of a summer. That summer of 1983 will change their lives forever in the midst of the sun-drenched splendor of their surroundings.
Paul Atreides, a clever and gifted young man born into a huge destiny beyond his comprehension. He must travel to the universe’s most deadly planet to save his family and people. Only those who can overcome their fear will live as nefarious powers clash over the planet’s unique supply of the most valuable resource in existence—a commodity capable of unlocking humanity’s greatest potential.
3. Beautiful Boy
Journalist David Sheff is in the office of Dr. Brown, an addiction expert. He explains that he’s not there for an article; he’s there because he no longer recognizes his son, Nic. Nic is a drug addict who has used a variety of narcotics, most notably crystal meth, and he requires assistance.
4. The King
Hal is the rebellious prince and is the reluctant heir to the English throne. He has abandoned his royal life and is now living among the commoners. But, following the murder of Hal’s brother, and before Hal’s oppressive father dies, putting Hal on the throne. Hal has little choice but to accept the title of King Henry V and return to the life he had previously attempted to avoid. Now the young king must navigate the palace politics, confusion, and adversaries that his father left behind, and enlist the assistance of John Falstaff, an old long-time friend, mentor, and aging drunken knight.
5. Little Women (2019)
Jo March lives in New York City and works as a writer in the years following the Civil War, while her sister Amy March studies art in Paris. Amy meets Theodore “Laurie” Laurence, a boyhood crush who proposed to Jo but was turned down. Meg March, their oldest sibling, is married to a schoolteacher, while Beth, their shy sister, suffers from a life-threatening illness that draws the family back together.