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Taylor Russell Talks Timothée Chalamet About Bones and All: Listen

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Taylor Russell has captured every shred of her time. Cut to pieces. Russell plays the young, flesh-hungry Maren, and in a key scene where co-star Timothée Chalamet (as Maren’s love interest) makes a stunning confession about his past, the two unlock a vulnerability that was Russell’s favorite part of filming. “That scene carried a lot of weight,” Russell recalls. “There was a levity that was really nice and I love watching Timmy [Chalamet] do his job You can only control so much and then you must let go and allow everything else to affect you.”

In this phase of awarding Dr diversity Awards Circuit Podcast, we talk to Russell about his role in “Bones and All” as he discusses what it was like working with Chalamet and Marc Rylance, as well as his journey to Hollywood after breaking out in 2019 with “Waves” and 2019. . The movie that influenced his career diversity Name the 100 Greatest Movies of All Time. Listen below:

“Bones and All” stars Timothée Chalamet, Taylor Russell (Yannis Drakoulidis/MGM/Everett Collection)
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You’d think Academy Award nominee Chalamet and his “Call Me By Your Name” director Guadagnino’s reunion for “Bones and All” would be all anyone could talk about. Instead, it’s the lively Taylor Russell, who first rose to prominence in “The Wave” (2019). Based on the book by Camille De Angelis, writer David Kazganich (who penned the divisive “Suspiria”) is on board to tell the story of Maren (Russell), a young woman who learns how to survive on the fringes of society as a cannibal. looking for his mother Along the way, he meets Lee (Chalamet), a young man drifting through the Midwest, and Sully (Mark Rylance), an older gentleman who harbors both sweet and sinister tendencies.

It marked the first time Russell had been offered a role without an audition – not surprising given his emotional and fearless portrayal. He’s not the only deserving actor the Academy should pay attention to. Oscar winner Mark Rylance (“Bridge of Spies”), considered one of the greatest living actors, may have the greatest film performance of his career.

Also in this episode, the Awards Circuit Roundtable discusses the new Emmy rule changes and how they could affect the upcoming television awards season, plus the opening of Damien Chazelle’s “Babylon,” our favorite movies of all time and tips on what to watch. holiday

Listen to Variety’s “Awards Circuit” podcast, produced by Michael Snyder, who also co-hosts with Clayton Davis, for lively conversation about the best in film and television. Each week “Awards Circuit” features interviews with top film and TV talent and creatives; Discussions and debates on award competitions, industry titles and more. Subscribe via Apple Podcasts, Stitcher, Spotify, or wherever you download podcasts. New episodes posted weekly.

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