The veteran actor wants Timothée Chalamet to portray the role of Vincent Hanna in the sequel to “Heat”, which he shared with Robert De Niro.
Written and directed by Michael Mann, “Heat” (The Great Showdown) brought together veteran actors Al Pacino and Robert De Niro for the first time to share the same scene and was released in 1995. “Heat” met the audience again for its 25th anniversary at the Tribeca Film Festival, and master actors came together for this special screening.
In Al Pacino Heat, he plays the character of police lieutenant Vincent Hanna and obsessively follows Neil McCauley (Robert De Niro), who, with his instincts and superior intelligence, manages to successfully evade any crime he has been involved in, without leaving any conclusive evidence behind him.
Along with Michael Mann and Edgar award-winning author Meg Gardiner, she penned the sequel, “Heat 2”. The book takes place right after the events described in Heat, and it tells the story of the events we saw in the movie, with flashbacks.
There is no film adaptation of this novel yet, but Al Pacino made it clear in the post-screening interview that he wanted Vincent Hanna’s youth to be portrayed by Timothee Chalamet in a possible sequel, adding, “He’s an amazing actor.”
Chalamet is one of the hottest names in Hollywood right now. by Denis Villeneuve Dune The actor, who played the role of Paul Atreides in the adaptation of Wes Anderson’s “The French Dispatch” and Adam McKay’s “Don’t Look Up.” The young actor will reunite with “Call Me By Your Name” director Luca Guadagnino for the movie “Bones and All” this year.
Along with all these projects, playing a young character is no stranger to Chalamet as he will be playing the youth of Willy Wonka in “Charlie and the Choclate Factory” in the movie “Wonka”.