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Timothée Chalamet plays Bob Dylan in 'A Complete Unknown' movie stills

Timothée Chalamet carrying a guitar case is certainly a reminder of how Bob Dylan went from a struggling artist to later becoming one of the greatest songwriters of all time.

Complete with a fisherman's cap and sturdy scarf, new photos of the “Dune: Part Two” And Actor from “Wonka” on the New York set of an upcoming film about Dylan, shows him during his young adult years.

Timothée Chalamet plays Bob Dylan on the set of the film "A complete stranger."
Chalamet as Dylan for the upcoming film “A Complete Unknown.”DIGGZY/Shutterstock via SplashNews

The film will be directed by “Ford v Ferrari” and “Indiana Jones and the Clock of Doom” director James Mangold, who confirmed to Collider last year that Chalamet will actually sing in the film.

Elle Fanning, Monica Barbaro and Nick Offerman are among the other actors listed on the IMDb page for the film, which is reportedly titled “A Complete Unknown.”

Mangold was selected to direct the film in early 2020, Reported delay at the time. The website further stated that the film will cover Dylan's film. famous and controversial moment when he turned to the electric guitar.

Chalamet said he received some of Dylan's unreleased music.

“I feel a deep respect for his world of Dylanologists, so something like that is not – I don't take it as… it's not bragging. It's really about trying to honor this man. he told British music outlet NME in February.

Dylan participated in the making of the film, Mangold said on the “Happy Sad Confused” podcast in 2023.

“I spent several wonderfully lovely days in his company, just talking to him one-on-one, yes. And I have a script that is personally annotated by him that I cherish,” Mangold said.

He added that the film sheds light on Dylan's journey and the different people who helped him become a celebrity.

“It's not really a Bob Dylan biopic,” Mangold said, later adding, “It's kind of an ensemble piece about this moment in early '60s New York, and this 17-year-old kid years old with $16 in his pocket. who hitchhikes to New York to meet Woody Guthrie, who is hospitalized and dying of a nervous illness, and sings to Woody a song he wrote for him and bonds friendship with Pete Seeger, who is like a son to Woody, and Pete books him gigs at local clubs. And there you meet Joan Baez and all these other people who are part of that world.

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