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Andre Aciman on Returning to ‘Call Me by Your Name’ World With ‘Find Me’

Ahead of his book's Oct. 29 release, Andre Aciman talks with The Hollywood Reporter about what inspired him to return to the world of Elio and Oliver, why he doesn't think 'Find Me' is a sequel and…

‘Find Me’ Book Excerpt: ‘Call Me by Your Name’ Sequel Revisits Elio and Oliver’s Romance

The Hollywood Reporter shares an excerpt from Andre Aciman's new novel, 'Find Me.'

Luca Guadagnino to Direct ‘Lord of the Flies’ Movie for Warner Bros.

'Call Me by Your Name' director Luca Guadagnino has found his next project with Warner Bros.' adaptation of 'Lord of the Flies.'

‘Call Me by Your Name’ Book Sequel to Arrive in the Fall

A sequel to Andre Aciman's 2007 novel, 'Call Me by Your Name,' the source material for the 2017 movie of the same name starring Timothee Chalamet as Elio and Armie Hammer as Oliver, will be released…

10 Memorable Onscreen Couples From the Past 10 Years

Happy Valentine's Day! here are THR's picks for best couples on the big screen from the last decade.

‘Cold War’ Wins Big at 2018 European Film Awards

Pawel Pawlikowski's black-and-white Polish drama 'Cold War' took home five trophies, including for best film and best actress honors for Joanna Kulig, on Saturday at the 2018 European Film Awards…

Toronto: Dev Patel Reveals Link Between ‘Slumdog Millionaire’ and ‘Hotel Mumbai’

'Hotel Mumbai' star Dev Patel on Saturday recounted the shock of performing a full-blown dance scene in Danny Boyle's 'Slumdog Millionaire' on the same train station platform where gunmen in the 2008…

Armie Hammer Reveals ‘Call Me by Your Name’ Fans Regularly Ask Him to Autograph Peaches

Armie Hammer, on Stephen Colbert's 'Late Show,' recalls fan interactions that involve him signing peaches for fans in honor of 'Call Me by Your Name.'

Hollywood’s LGBTQ Representation Hits New Low as GLAAD Gives Studios “Failing” Grades

The advocacy group's annual report card cites Warner Bros. and Lionsgate as having the worst records in 2017.

James Ivory Disappointed in Lack of Full-Frontal Nudity in ‘Call Me by Your Name’

"When Luca says he never thought of putting nudity in, that is totally untrue," the Oscar-winning screenwriter says in a new interview.

Beijing Film Festival Drops ‘Call Me by Your Name’ As China Tightens Grip on Media

No explanation was given for the sudden removal of the Oscar-winning film from the event's lineup, but industry insiders point to the government's consistent stance of intolerance toward gay content.

Why ‘God’s Own Country’ Is the Rare Queer Film to Feature a Happy Ending

Debut director Francis Lee talks about deconstructing masculinity, setting the film near his hometown and why he always knew he would write a hopeful ending.