- A photo of Timothée Chalamet reading his program during Sunday’s Screen Actors Guild Awards is making a buzz on social media.
- People are appreciating the moment and relating to the actor.
- And for those who didn’t realise it was the SAG Awards program, some are offering their theories for what he’s reading.
A photo of Timothée Chalamet reading the program during Sunday’s Screen Actors Guild Awards became a buzzy moment on social media.
The “Beautiful Boy” actor was seen reading the night’s details while the other actors, including Emily Blunt and John Krasinski, were attentively watching the SAG Awards stage Sunday at the Shrine Auditorium in Los Angeles.
One person was quick to express that they related to Chalamet.
I related to Chalamet quietly reading the program during the opening monologue of the SAGs… pic.twitter.com/oRNASBVQXA
— Daniel D'Addario (@DPD_) January 28, 2019
Others appreciated the actor for delivering a prized moment during the two-hour awards broadcast.
— Alex Friedman (@kosherhotdogz) January 28, 2019
Some people didn’t know Chalamet was reading a program, so they expressed their curiosity or gave their theories for what Chalamet was perusing.
In a perfect world, Timothée Chalamet would be reading the script for the Call Me By Your Name sequel. https://t.co/WqlIlACzO1
— ???????????????????? ℝ. ℙ. ????️???? #BlackLivesMatter (@DavidRP91) January 28, 2019
Chalamet was nominated for his supporting role in “Beautiful Boy.” The award ultimately went to Mahershala Ali for “Green Book.”
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