Timothee Chalamet’s and Kylie Jenner’s romance has been a source of red in the world for some time. The two have been seen on numerous occasions showing affection and supporting each other. Timothee has started promoting his new movie Wonka. He wore a black outfit to promote it. The internet is mocking him for borrowing Kylie’s.
Chalamet began acting when he was a teenager, in the drama series Homeland (2012). In 2014, he made his film debut with the comedy-drama Men, Women and Children. He then appeared in Interstellar. Call Me By Your Name, in 2017, was the actor’s breakout role.
Timothee Chaalamet will play Willy Wonka, the beloved chocolate factory owner who was played by Johnny Depp and Gene Wilder. Timothee Chalamet, who will portray the role of Willy Wonka for the upcoming film Wonka has recently visited Japan to promote the film. Dune star made headlines in an all black ensemble. He wore a T-shirt in black with matching bottoms. He layered the black T-shirt with a long black leather coat to prove that he was an icon in men’s fashion.
Netizens claim that the actor stole this outfit from Kylie Jenner, his girlfriend. Some have also claimed he’s wearing Kylie Jenner’s latest line, Khy. Pop Crave has shared some of his pictures.
— Pop Crave (@PopCrave) November 18, 2023
One netizen responded to his pictures by writing, “Give kylie her clothing back,” while another said, “He is totally wearing KHY Kylie Jenner.”
A fan praised the actor’s styling sense and wrote, “Timothée Chalamet always knows how to make an entrance, doesn’t he? The ‘Wonka’ press tour looks like it’s off to a stylish start. Excited to hear what he has to say about this iconic role!”
Four people wrote: “This is screams Kylie.”
Many people also thought his look was similar to Keanu’s Neo in Matrix. They asked the actor to appear in another installment of the movie series. One person wrote: “Neo Is That You?”
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