Hollywood star Leonardo DiCaprio is apparently not a fan of superhero movies and he convinced Timothée Chalamet to follow in his footsteps. The Oscar-winning actor imparted his wisdom to the 26-year-old star, which the latter eagerly accepted as her career rule, reports aceshowbiz.com. In an interview for a published October issue of British Vogue, the ‘Bones and All’ star revealed the life advice his ‘Don’t Look Up’ co-star had shared with him, namely, “No hard drugs and no superhero movies”. .
According to the publication, Chalamet has had no problem sticking to the rule so far. In the interview, Chalamet also opened up about how his successful acting career didn’t fit into adulthood. “I had a delusional dream in my early teens of having, in my late teens, an acting career,” he shared.
“When COVID happened, it forced me to take a step back and be humbled that the biggest rock star… No, I don’t want to use that word, sorry, sorry. Scratch rock star. But (everyone has to) deal with, like, taxes and the dentist and real adult life, you know?”
Timothee said: “I should have tried to get my adult feet under me a little earlier than I did.”
Admitting he was unprepared for adulthood, the ‘Dune’ star said: “I found myself having to really, you know, be honest with myself only where I could. giving back in life was bullets against the wall, like throwing everything at it at a young age that miraculously got me to where I am.”
On why he’s demanding about his roles and other gigs he’s accepted, Timothee divulged: “When (success) came to me, I felt very particular that I didn’t want people – and I really didn’t want to see myself – cash in.”
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