Are you as sad and pathetic as me? That’s not rhetorical. Please get back to me; I need as much assurance as I can possibly get.
I’m so sad, I will spend at least 80% of every day tagging celebrities in social media posts that have little-to-no relevance to them, in an attempt to get a mere like.
Hell, when I publish this article, I’ll tag Armie Hammer and Dawn French 12 times each.
It’s just nice to see that I’m not the only one who does that. Enter Dawn French.
After Armie posted some concerning ramblings about the letter sequence ‘ough’, the The Vicar of Dibley star chimed in saying “Hello Armie. Remember when you fell hopelessly in love with me when we were filming last year..? Have you managed to claw back some semblance of your old less exciting life?”
In the words of Ron Burgundy, that escalated quickly.
Armie then assure Dawn that he was still apparently in love with her, only for her to say “My only regret darling, is ruining you for others.”
I can only imagine how much pre-pubescent film Twitter will feel for Timothée Chalamet’s emotions following this.
Dawn French joins Armie Hammer, as well as Gal Gadot, Letitia Wright and Annette Bening in the upcoming adaptation of Agatha Christie’s Death on the Nile.
But, y’know, despite it actually being scheduled to be released for October 2020, we may not actually be able to leave the house and see it until, like, October 2092.