Chalamet arrives for the U.K. premiere of “Beautiful Boy” during the London Film Festival Saturday.
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A family battling with drug addiction is the focus of new Steve Carell and Timothee Chalamet drama "Beautiful Boy" with the duo portraying a father and son struggling with the problem for years. Known for comedies like "Anchorman" and "The 40-Year-Old Virgin" as well as the darker "Foxcatcher," Carell plays real-life American writer David Sheff in the movie, which is based on the memoirs of Sheff and his son Nic.The tough and at times tear-jerking film sees Carell's character struggle to come to terms with the problem, as a teenage Nic, a keen reader and writer with a promising future in college, gets addicted to drugs including crystal meth, goes to rehab, but repeatedly relapses.
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