Timothee Chalamet jumps out of the bathtub NAKED as he asks Frances McDormand to look over his manifesto in The French Dispatch scene
By Christine Rendon For Dailymail.com
Timothee Chalamet appeared completely naked as he jumped out of the bathtub in a scene from the upcoming film, The French Dispatch.
The scene depicts student activist Zeffirelli (Timothee) asking journalist Lucinda Krementz (Frances McDormand) if she could look over his manifesto as he soaks in the bathtub.
After agreeing to look over his piece, Zeffirelli hops out of the tub completely naked, using his hands to protect his modesty.
In his birthday suit! Timothee Chalamet appeared completely naked as he jumped out of the bathtub in a scene from the upcoming Wes Anderson film, The French Dispatch
A cigarette dangles from his mouth as he hands over the manifesto he had been working on in the tub.
The only article of clothing he is wearing is the white towel wrapped around his head.Share33 shares
After handing over his booklet to Lucinda, he backs away and returns to the tub.
'It's a little damp,' Lucinda remarks.
Here you go! Chalamet quickly hands over his manifesto to Frances for proofreading
Back in a flash: The actor backed away as he returned to his tub
'It's a little damp': Frances, in character as journalist Lucinda, offers her feedback
'Physically or metaphorically?' Zeffirelli asks.
'Both. Based on the cover and the first four sentences,' Lucinda replies.
'Don't criticize my manifesto,' Zeffirelli shoots back.
'Oh, you don't want remarks?' Lucinda asks.
Splish splash: Lucinda approached Zeffirelli as he soaked in the tub
'Don't criticize my manifesto': Zeffirelli shoots back from his tub
Confident! 'I thought you'd be even more impressed by how good it already is,' the student activist told Lucinda
'I don't need remarks, do I?' Zeffirelli asks. 'I only asked you to proofread it 'cause I thought you'd be even more impressed by how good it already is.'
Wes Anderson's The French Dispatch follows a group of journalists and is based on the writings of The New Yorker.
Set in a fictional 20th-century French city, the anthology follows the development of a series of stories published in the titular magazine, and it opens with editor Arthur Howitzer Jr. (Bill Murray) on the paper's last day.
The film was originally set to premiere at the 2020 edition of the Cannes Film Festival, however due to the Covid-19 pandemic the event had to be postponed.
Directed by Wes Anderson, The French Dispatch is set for release on October 22, 2021.
Coming soon: The French Dispatch is set for release on October 22, 2021
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