Armie Hammer and Timothée Chalamet Dance With Fans in Italy After Empty Screening

“Call Me by Your Name Stars” take a break from press to get their groove on in the street

Armie Hammer and Timothée Chalamet have been on their European press tour for their Oscar-nominated movie “Call Me by Your Name,” but the stars took a break from press to dance it out, and some fans were lucky enough to join them.

It all started at an empty screening of “Call Me by Your Name” in Crema, Italy — the idyllic town near Milan where the movie was filmed.

Hammer put out a call to fans on his recently-revived Twitter: “Grow up, Crema … see you at midnight.” He added that “anyone with booze and speakers gets hugs.”

And, Hammer delivered on his promise: that night fans in the town’s city center were surprised when Chalamet, Hammer and director Luca Guadagnino jumped out of a car playing “Love My Way” by the Psychedelic Furs, a song featured in the movie.

The moment might remind you of a couple scenes from the movie — one where Chalamet’s character Elio watches Hammer’s character Oliver dance away a hot summer’s night, and another scene in which the two encounter some locals in the city and dance to the music from their car (luckily, Chalamet didn’t throw up this time).

See the fans’ videos below.

TIMMY AND ARMIE DANCING WITH FANS THIS IS SO CUTE

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