Dakota Johnson dreams to be Armie Hammer’s wife. On screen


The film director Luca Guadagnino has been remarkably open about his plans for a follow-up to the gay romance, which starred Timothée Chalamet as Elio and Armie Hammer as Oliver. The original film ended unhappily, with Oliver returning to the US and marrying a woman. The director said that his longtime friend Dakota Johnson, with whom he worked for a few of his previous films, would love to play the role of Oliver’s wife. He told Hammer: “She has to be a New England kind of hoochie woman. You have, maybe, five children.” The director also teased that the name of the new film has to be changed because the film was named after the original novel which ended on two men separating and had no hint on continuation, so, wherever the sequel goes, it is not related to the novel and has no copyright on using its name. A plot outline for the second film was also teased by actor Michael Stuhlbarg, who played Elio’s dad. He told Far Out Magazine: “[Guadagnino] seems to think that we might be able to pick up the action a few years later, to see what’s happened to these characters and the choices they’ve made, and life after this particularly momentous summer for them all. But it sounds like something he’s serious about, and André Aciman [the author of the novel] is thrilled I think at the idea.”


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