“Your work will be a form of attrition if you keep working on the things you are comfortable with,” Chalamet said.
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In "The King," Timothee Chalamet goes from reluctant heir to powerful monarch, a role he described as "terrifying" in a coming-of-age tale loosely based on William Shakespeare's plays about Prince Hal and his transformation into Henry V. Like Shakespeare's in his plays Henry IV parts one and two, Chalamet's Hal prefers to live away from the palace, among common folk, carousing with his hard-drinking friend and mentor, Sir John Falstaff (Joel Edgerton).Director David Michod and Edgerton, who played Hal fresh out of drama school, said the film was a mix of history, Shakespeare and their own imaginations.A Netflix film screening out of competition at Venice, "The King" also stars Robert Pattinson as the French heir and Ben Mendelsohn as Henry IV.
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