Ever since the film's release, there has been a talk of a sequel with the director also expressing his desire for a follow-up.
In an interview with Time Magazine, Chalamet, 22, said he is confident that the sequel will be made.
"I don't see any world where it doesn't happen... I think Andre (Aciman) is comfortable with a sequel being made. I know Luca really wants it. And I know Armie and I are 1000 per cent in," he said.
Talking about the sequel's story, Chalamet said it might take inspiration from Richard Linklater's "Boyhood".
"I think it'll be a couple of years later. And I think that's cool, to take advantage of the 'Boyhood' style of storytelling. That isn't done all the time," he added.
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