Actor Timothee Chalamet admitted that he cried after watching Christopher Nolan's space masterpiece Interstellar. And No the reason is not because of the emotional scene when Cooper played by Matthew McCaughney meets his daughter, Murph who unlike her father is in her old-age dying bed. The Beautiful Boy actor’s reason for weeping is surprising! He admitted that he cried after realising that his role in the film was smaller than what he thought it would be.
Appearing for Variety's Actors on Actors series with actor Emma Stone, Chalamet said he felt like a "fraud" while promoting the film alongside Nolan and co-stars Anne Hathaway and John Lithgo'w.
The 22 year-old-actor said, "When I did Interstellar, I saw it 12 times in theatres in IMAX... Christopher Nolan held a screening at Lincoln Square. I forgot about this. I really haven't thought about this moment until right now. It was surreal because it's a huge IMAX theatre and I really had no career at this point, so I was like the fraud a little bit in the room,".
"I saw it, and I loved it, but I went home to my dad and wept for an hour because I just figured my part was bigger. They didn't even cut anything. I just figured? I don't know what I figured," he added.
Chalamet also said that he filmed a long monologue for the film which was not cut, but McCaughney's face was displayed on screen for most of the part.