Timothee Chalamet ate cherries and chocolate to make cannibal scenes in his new film look practical.
The actor stars in new horror love story ‘Bones and All’ alongside Taylor Russell and the actress has now opened up concerning the gory scenes during which their characters have been depicted consuming human flesh – revealing they have been truly scoffing one thing far more palatable.
In an interview with Slashfilm.com, Taylor defined they have been gorging down a combination of cherries and chocolate. She mentioned: “On a really sensible word, Luca [director Luca Guadagnino] mentioned that we have been consuming corn syrup.
“However I do know that I wasn’t, as a result of I keep in mind the unbelievable results group and the group who have been dealing with all of that form of stuff advised me that it was maraschino cherries, darkish chocolate, and Fruit Roll-Ups. If that sounds good to you, cool. If it would not, honest sufficient. However it was very candy and [tastier] than anything perhaps you can think about.”
The 2 actors play cannibalistic younger lovers who embark on a highway journey and so they lead a starry forged which additionally contains Mark Rylance, Andre Holland and Chloe Sevigny.
‘Bones and All’ is predicated on the 2015 novel of the identical title by Camille DeAngelis and it premiered on the Venice Movie Competition in Italy again in September. The movie was awarded the Silver Lion prize for greatest route throughout the pageant and it is attributable to hit cinemas on November 23.
It is also proving to be a possible awards season contender after Taylor was nominated for the Excellent Lead Efficiency prize on the Gotham Unbiased Movie Awards whereas her co-star Mark Rylance received a nod for Excellent Supporting Efficiency.