He tries marijuana (gasp!), makes out with a girl (played by Maika Monroe) and gets mixed up with the wrong dude-local weed dealer Hunter (Alex Roe). In "Hot Summer Nights", Timothée Chalamet stars as a quiet teenager transformed after his small-town drug-selling gig starts getting popular, the romantic thriller comes from filmmaker Elijah Bynum. Set in the '90s (you can tell by Daniel's affinity for polos), and written and directed by Bynum, Hot Summer Nights looks like a wild ride-one that gets progressively darker and more risky.
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All eyes (at least most) are now on Timothée Chalamet, Oscar-nominated actor and the Second Coming of Leonardo DiCaprio according to everyone from Call Me by Your Name producer Rodrigo Teixeira to Interview magazine's Trey Taylor. However, it won't be considered Chalamet's official next big role - that'll be in Beautiful Boy, alongside Steve Carrell, next fall.
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"Hot Summer Nights" opens in theaters on July 27.
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It looks like another great coming-of-age film from the studio that brought us Lady Bird (also starring Chalamet) and the upcoming Eighth Grade, although this one has a drugdealing storyline that puts it in the vein of Jonathan Levine's underrated The Wackness. Watch the first trailer below.