Timothée Chalamet in Trailer for ‘Hot Summer Nights’ Set in Cape Cod
“This is going to be some-more income than possibly of us have ever seen.” A24 has denounced an central trailer for an indie regretful play patrician Hot Summer Nights, a underline directorial entrance of Elijah Bynum. This played during a SXSW Film Festival final year and during a few other fests, and stars a Oscar-nominated, immature actor Timothée Chalamet in another moist role. Chalamet stars this intense, breathless coming-of-age, alongside Maika Monroe, personification a child who has one eventful summer on Cape Cod. Also starring Alex Roe, William Fichtner, Thomas Jane, Emory Cohen, Maia Mitchell, and Jack Kesy. This indeed looks utterly solid, seems like there’s a lot going on in this sea-side city – lots of drugs and sex and parties. And it shows how gifted Chalamet is again, with what looks like a really convincing lead role. Check it out.
Here’s a initial central trailer (+ poster) for Elijah Bynum’s Hot Summer Nights, approach from YouTube:
Set in Cape Cod over one boiling summer, Hot Summer Nights follows Daniel (Timothée Chalamet), a bashful out-of-towner who gets in over his conduct flipping weed with a area insurgent (Alex Roe) while posterior his new business partner’s puzzling sister (Maika Monroe). With a whirly appearing in a wings, tensions arise opposite a backdrop of drive-ins, arcades, and crashed parties as a stakes (and temperatures) grow ever higher. Hot Summer Nights is both created and destined by visitor Elijah Bynum, creation his underline directorial entrance with this film. This initial premiered during a SXSW Film Festival final year, and played during a Phoenix, Nantucket, and Boston Independent Film Festivals final year. A24 will recover Bynum’s Hot Summer Night in name theaters starting on July 27th this summer. Who’s interested?