Italian premiere of Timothée Chalamet’s new film, which is overrun by fans
They were hungry for a piece of Timothée Chalamet.
The Milan red carpet premiere of the actor’s new film Bones and All was canceled on Saturday due to safety concerns as crowds of fans descended on the red carpet.
The film – in which the 26-year-old stars – was due to be shown at Space Cinema Odeon in Milan until local police became concerned the swelling fans posed a significant security risk and shut it down, Variety reports.
According to local officials, the event went ahead – albeit in a limited capacity – and the screening went on as planned.
Bones and All premiered at the Venice Film Festival in September, where it was once again welcomed by a large following.
While Venice was able to accommodate the Call Me By Your Name actor, the Milan venue was unprepared.
Chalamet did not respond to a request for comment from The Post.
Chalamet stars alongside Taylor Russell in Bones and All, a cannibalistic couple traveling together. The film is slated to debut in the US for a limited release on November 18 before expanding for wide release on November 23.
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