In Tuesday Dirt Bag news: a golden boy once wept, his tears almost certainly mingling with the audio frequencies of a dour Sufjan Stevens track.
In a recent interview with Emma Stone for Variety’s “Actors on Actors” feature, Timothée Chalamet, 22, revealed, for some reason, that he cried at an early screening of Christopher Nolan’s Interstellar (2014) because his part was smaller than he thought it would be.
“I forgot about this—I really haven’t thought about this moment until right now. It was surreal because it’s a huge IMAX theater … and I really had no career at this point, so I was like the fraud a little bit in the room. I saw it, and I loved it, but I went home to my dad and wept for an hour because I just figured my part was bigger. They didn’t even cut anything. I just figured—I don’t know what I figured”
Very cinematic, this. The Bitter Tears of Timothée Chalamet.
Travis Scott spoke at Harvard on Sunday as part of a program called “A Master Class on Creativity,” and now he’s a hop skip an a jump away from getting in.
What? Like it’s hard?
- Former America’s Next Top Model contestant Jael Strauss died two months after announcing her breast cancer diagnosis. [TMZ]
- Pete Davidson is using a very exclusive dating app. [Page Six]
- Charlize Theron on what Black Panther means to her and her family. [People]
- Daniel Day-Lewis is so fine. [Garage]
- I doubt that. [E! News]