From Bones and All and Little Women, to The King and Lady Bird, Timothée Chalamet has played many roles, across many movies. The actor – who made a huge name for himself in the critically acclaimed drama, Call Me by Your Name – has built up an enviable portfolio of pictures over the past couple of decades, which has made him one of the most exciting young actors in the world.
But if you’re a complete newcomer to the acting talents of Timothée Chalamet, are you aware of all his film projects? If you were asked to compile a list of all the movies Chalamet has starred in, do you believe you could do it?
Well, don’t worry; in this post I am taking a look back at the film career of Timothée Chalamet with a run-through of all his movies. Taking things year by year, and decade by decade, I am providing a list of all the films starring Timothée Chalamet.
Timothée Chalamet’s film career began in 2009, with a small role in the television movie, Loving Leah. The actor played the role of ‘Young Jake’ in the film, alongside a cast that included Natasha Lyonne and Ricki Lake.
Outside of this single movie in the ‘00s, Chalamet’s roles in this decade included a couple of film shorts (Clown and Sweet Tooth), as well as a one-episode guest spot on Law & Order.
Timothée Chalamet’s movies in the ‘00s included:
- Loving Leah (2009)
Moving into the 2010s, and this is the decade in which Timothée Chalamet’s movie career really began to take off. Toward the beginning of the decade Chalamet took small roles in films such as Trooper and Men, Women & Children, before popping up in more high-profile pictures such as Interstellar and True Deception.
However, it was in 2017 when Chalamet really caught Hollywood’s attention, co-starring in the critically acclaimed LGBTQ+ drama, Call Me By Your Name. The film – based on a novel by André Aciman – told the story of a teenager, on the cusp of adulthood, who falls in love with an older man.
Following his turn in Call Me By Your Name, Chalamet’s movie career continued to go from strength-to-strength, with substantial roles in films such as Lady Bird, Hostiles, Beautiful Boy, The King, and Little Women. His films during this decade included:
- Trooper (2013)
- Men, Women & Children (2014)
- Worst Friends (2014)
- Interstellar (2014)
- One and Two (2015)
- True Deception (2015)
- Christmas with the Coopers (2015)
- Miss Stevens (2016)
- Call Me By Your Name (2017)
- Hot Summer Nights (2017)
- Lady Bird (2017)
- Hostiles (2017)
- Beautiful Boy (2018)
- A Rainy Day in New York (2019)
- The King (2019)
- Little Women (2019)
Sliding into the 2020s now, and Timothée Chalamet’s film career continues to develop and expand quite considerably. The actor kick-started the decade with a role in The French Dispatch, before taking the lead role of Paul Atreides in the big-budget blockbuster, Dune: Part One (a role he would reprise for Dune: Part Two).
From here, Chalamet appeared in the satirical Netflix comedy, Don’t Look Up, and he provided voice-over duties on the animated film, Entergalactic. In 2022 he took the lead in Bones and All, before heading into 2023 with Wonka.
Chalamet’s movies during this decade include:
- The French Dispatch (2020)
- Dune: Part One (2021)
- Don’t Look Up (2021)
- Entergalactic (2022)
- Bones and All (2022)
- Wonka (2023)
- Dune: Part Two (2023)
So, those are all the Timothée Chalamet movies (for now), but what are your favourites? Are you a fan of The King or is Call Me By Your Name your go-to movie? Perhaps Bones and All is the best of the bunch for you, or maybe Beautiful Boy?
Well, whatever your favourite Timothée Chalamet movie, be sure to drop a comment below.
And if you are a fan of Timothée Chalamet you might like to know that many of his hit movies are available to buy on DVD and Blu-ray, including the science-fiction drama, Dune: Part One.
If you’ve not watched Dune: Part One before, the movie is a sci-fi epic, in which Chalamet stars alongside an ensemble that includes Rebecca Ferguson, Oscar Isaac, Josh Brolin, Dave Bautista, Jason Momoa, and Zendaya.
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