Timothée Chalamet Inks Warner Bros. Deal for Acting and Producing Ventures

Calista Alma
March 27, 2024

After the success of “Wonka” and “Dune,” Timothée Chalamet has solidified his partnership with Warner Bros. by signing a multi-year feature film deal. The agreement positions Chalamet as both a star and producer in upcoming projects.

With consecutive box office hits in “Wonka” and “Dune: Part Two,” Chalamet made cinematic history, becoming the first actor in four decades to lead the top two domestic films released within eight months. Following this achievement, Chalamet’s compensation is set to increase significantly, with potential earnings in the double digits for future studio roles.

Warner Bros. Motion Picture Group co-chairs and CEOs Mike De Luca and Pam Abdy expressed excitement over Chalamet’s decision to collaborate with the studio. Under the first-look arrangement, Chalamet retains the option to pursue projects elsewhere, but Warner Bros. will have priority in backing his ventures.

Acknowledging Chalamet’s talent and dedication to his craft, De Luca and Abdy praised his contributions to recent campaigns and expressed anticipation for future collaborations. Chalamet, known for his acclaimed performances in films like “Call Me by Your Name” and “Dune,” has also delved into producing, with projects such as “Bones and All” and “A Complete Unknown.”

In response, Chalamet expressed gratitude for the support received from Warner Bros. and emphasized the studio’s commitment to authentic filmmaking. The partnership marks a natural progression for Chalamet, who looks forward to continuing his creative journey with the studio.

Represented by Brian Swardstrom, UTA, Ginsburg Daniels Kallis, and Relevant, Chalamet’s collaboration with Warner Bros. signifies a new chapter in his flourishing career.

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