Timotheé Chalamet Begs Apple to Call Him in Latest Apple TV+ Ad

Apple today shared a third Apple TV+ ad starring Timotheé Chalamet, with the actor again lamenting that he does not have an ‌Apple TV+‌ show or movie.

In the "Ladybug" spot, Chalamet sits in a garden going through ‌Apple TV+‌ content and complimenting the actors that Apple has worked with. "Apple, you wound me," he says. "Clearly you understand art."

"Beauty is such a fragile thing," he goes on. "Often overlooked." At the end of the ad, Chalamet once again begs Apple to give him a call.

This is the third ad that Apple has shared starring Timotheé Chalamet, and it follows both the "Call Me" and "A Taste" ads that were shared in January. Apple's ad campaign appears to be leading up to the announcement of an ‌Apple TV+‌ show or movie starring Chalamet, though nothing has been announced at this point.

Apple used a similar advertising tactic with Jon Hamm before he was announced as a cast member of "The Morning Show" in 2022.

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macos9rules Avatar
17 months ago
I know it's supposed to be funny, but the fact that Apple paid him to do an ad in which he is begging them to call him is a bit pathetic.
Score: 23 Votes (Like | Disagree)
phenste Avatar
17 months ago
this is getting so ungodly played out
Score: 21 Votes (Like | Disagree)
Naraxus Avatar
17 months ago
I remember when Apple ads used to be creative and worth watching....
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kesenwangs Avatar
17 months ago
Coming March 2023: “Cringe AF”
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McKodiak Avatar
17 months ago
This is just leading up to the announcement of his new blockbuster that will be exclusively on Apple TV+.

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contacos Avatar
17 months ago
And yet I have not seen this ad anywhere but here
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