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Call Me By Your Name's Timothée Chalamet and Armie Hammer dance in the streets with fans in Italy

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Call Me by Your Name

release date11/24/17
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release date11/24/17

Calling out around the world, are you ready for a brand-new beat? This one is from Armie Hammer and Timothée Chalamet. The Call Me By Your Name stars took to the streets in Italy to have a dance party with fans after a special screening of the film in Crema.

It’s dancing — specifically his moves in the Oscar-nominated Luca Guadagnino film — that turned Hammer into a viral star, and it’s dancing that fans crave.

Those hungry to bust a move with Hammer and Chalamet posted video of the actors getting out of their car and immediately jumping around to the chant of “Party in the Duomo.”

Hammer and Chalamet had returned to Crema, where they shot Call Me By Your Name, for a screening for which nobody apparently showed (at least by the time the photo was taken). “We came all the way to Crema for this screening and no one showed up…..” Hammer tweeted with a shot of the empty auditorium. “On a serious note: thank you to all the people who came from so far to enjoy the closing of this Call Me By Your Name circle.”

With the place to themselves, the actor shared a photo of his wife, Elizabeth Chambers, dabbing.

But then he teased a special surprise for anyone keeping up with his dynamite Twitter feed and tracksuit game. “Grow up, Crema…. see you at midnight,” he wrote. “Anyone with speakers and booze get hugs.”

The fans came through that time.

“Just when I thought the Call Me By Your Name experience couldn’t get any better, all of you who came tonight to see the film and celebrate this movie with us from all over the world proved me wrong…. thank you from the bottom of my heart,” he tweeted.

Call Me By Your Name — nominated for Best Picture, Best Actor, Best Adapted Screenplay, and Best Original Song at the Oscars — is now playing in theaters.

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