Selena Gomez Spotted Kissing Timothee Chalamet on Set of Woody Allen's New Movie


Selena Gomez Spotted Kissing Timothee Chalamet on Set of Woody Allen's New Movie


On her first day of filming on Woody's latest project on Monday, the former Disney star was spotted sharing a tender kiss with her co-star in the front seat of a BMW convertible.
Selena Gomez has started working on her new movie with Woody Allen. The 25-year-old singer and actress was spotted arriving for her first day of filming on the set in New York City on Monday, September 11.

Also spotted on the filming set that day was Selena's co-star Timothee Chalamet, who also stars opposite Armie Hammer in an upcoming gay romance movie titled "Call Me by Your Name" that is getting awards season buzz.

Selena and Timothee had to film a kissing scene that day. Sitting side by side in the front seat of a BMW convertible, the two were seen paying close attention as Woody gave them direction before cameras started rolling. The "Fetish" singer was then seen grasping the 21-year-old actor by the cheeks as she pulled him in for a tender smooch, before she relaxed with a big smile.



The girlfriend of The Weeknd looked chic that day, opting for a covered-up look in a cream coat and a pair of jeans. Styling her brunette locks in a messy chignon, she was later seen walking around the set in a different costume.

Aside from Selena and Timothee, star Elle Fanning was also spotted on the filming set that day. She looked enthusiastic as she greeted Selena as well as shared a warm kiss and hug when the 19-year-old just arrived.



The untitled Woody Allen project also stars Jude Law, Liev Schreiber, Diego Luna, Annaleigh Ashford, Rebecca Hall, Cherry Jones, Will Rogers and Kelly Rohrbach. No plot details are known as of now, as Woody is known for being secretive about his work. Also written by Woody, the film is expected to be released sometime next year by Amazon Studios.

Meanwhile, Timothee's "Call Me by Your Name" is set to be released in theaters across the nation on November 24. Directed by Luca Guadagnino and written by James Ivory, the coming-of-age drama is based on Andre Aciman's novel of the same name. Co-starring Timothee and Armie are Michael Stuhlbarg and Amira Casar among others.


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