Renowned actor Timothée Chalamet exudes confidence as he prepares to take the stage as the host of Saturday Night Live this coming weekend. In a recently released promotional video for the show, Chalamet appears unfazed by the whirlwind of activity surrounding him within the SNL studio.
Scheduled for November 11th, the highly-anticipated episode will feature Timothée Chalamet as the host, with the talented Boygenius as the musical guest. In the promotional clip, Chalamet strolls purposefully onto the stage in Studio 8H, embracing the rich tradition of the iconic show.
As he prepares, the onlookers, including cast members Mikey Day and Sarah Sherman, can't help but express their bewilderment from behind a glass window. The studio seems to be undergoing fumigation, filling the air with what appears to be toxic gas.
Mikey Day incredulously questions, "Why is he in the studio while it's being fumigated?" Concerned for Chalamet's well-being, he yells to the Call Me by Your Name star, "You're breathing in poison!"
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However, Chalamet maintains his composure and humorously responds, "It's fine.
I grew up in New York. I'm immune." He playfully takes a deep breath of the air around him, adding a touch of fun to the situation. Timothée Chalamet's upcoming projects are generating significant buzz in the entertainment industry.
He is set to star in "Wonka," a film slated for release in theaters next month. Additionally, fans can look forward to the release of "Dune: Part Two" in the spring, in which Chalamet reprises his role. Saturday Night Live kicked off its 49th season following the recent writers' strike.
The show has exciting plans for its future episodes, with Jason Momoa, from "Aquaman and the Lost Kingdom," lined up to host on November 18, accompanied by musical guest Tate McRae. In a clever twist, the most recent episode of Saturday Night Live, which featured host Nate Bargatze and aired on October 28, included a humorous sketch poking fun at the costume choices of SAG-AFTRA members for Halloween, highlighting the show's penchant for tackling topical issues with humor.