Timothée Chalamet sings on Saturday Night Live to celebrate the end of the actors’ strike

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"It's as if we are all returning to this magical world where actors can once again discuss their projects," he said. (Photo:Twitter)

Last Saturday, the 11th, Timothée Chalamet was one of the presenters of Saturday Night Live. During the opening monologue, the 27-year-old actor addressed the actors’ strike in Hollywood and the restrictions on publicizing the projects they are involved in.

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He humorously shared, “The only thing I could mention was that I have a commercial coming out. It’s a perfume ad directed by Martin Scorsese. And let me tell you, when you get that call from Martin Scorsese to direct a perfume commercial, The first thing you think is, ‘Man, I really hope this is a perfume commercial’ – he joked.”

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With the strike over, Chalamet expressed the feeling of returning to a world where actors can once again speak openly about their projects. “It’s as if we are all returning to this magical world where actors can once again discuss their projects,” he said.

Then, in a relaxed manner, he sang a modified version of the song “Pure Imagination” from the original 1971 film “Charlie and the Chocolate Factory,” highlighting his own upcoming films in a fun self-promotion session.

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