Armie Hammer And Timothée Chalamet Threw A “Call Me By Your Name” Dance Party For Fans

The pair danced with fans in Crema, Italy, where the film was shot.

Armie Hammer And Timothée Chalamet returned to Crema, the picturesque Italian city where they shot Call Me By Your Name, to screen the Oscar-nominated film. Afterward, the duo surprised fans with an epic dance party in the city center.

Hammer, 31, recently returned from a self-imposed Twitter exile. Prior to the screening, he joked that no one showed up.

He added, “Grow up, Crema…. see you at midnight,” referencing a line from the film.

Come midnight, the actors and director Luca Guadagnino danced their hearts out. Multiple fans took to social media to share videos of the actors jumping up and down.


The group also danced to “Love My Way” by The Psychedelic Furs, which plays during Hammer’s dance scene in the movie.

With a CMBYN sequel under discussion, hopefully we’ll have more dance parties to come.

Until then, fans of the movie can dine on a special Call Me By Your Name Valentine’s Day dinner at Brooklyn’s Alamo Drafthouse Cinema. The four-course feast comes complete with a peach dessert.

Zachary Zane is a writer and activist whose work focuses on sexuality, culture, and academic research. He has contributed to The Washington Post, Rolling Stone, and The Advocate.
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