The movie about cannibalism will be the second project that the director and actor of the movie “Call Me By Your Name” have worked on together.
MGM has acquired the worldwide distribution rights to “Bones and All,” a coming-of-age romance-horror film directed by Luca Guadagnino and starring Taylor Russell and Oscar nominee Timothée Chalamet. The project is Gudagnino’s first feature film in the United States, which achieved great success and recognition with the movie “Call Me By Your Name”.
“I am delighted that MGM, a studio that loves filmmakers and respects bold vision, will be presenting my film to the world, and that it will see the amazing work of Timothée, Taylor, Mark, and the rest of the crew,” he told Deadline of the deal. “Bones and All couldn’t be in better hands than Kevin Ulrich, Mike De Luca, and Pam Abdy. I’m really proud to be associated with the iconic lion that roared at the beginning of many of my favorite movies for decades,” said Gudagnino. made statements.
Based on the 2015 novel by Camille DeAngelis, “Bones and All” is described as an adult romantic horror story focusing on a young woman’s journey across the country in hopes of finding her father and finding out why she has the urge to kill and eat the people she loves.