Celebrity Jennifer Lawrence Jennifer Lawrence Finally Got to Make Out With Celebrity Crush Timothée Chalamet The actress gushed over the "talented and hot" Call Me By Your Name star in a 2018 interview. By Isabel Jones Isabel Jones Instagram Twitter Isabel is an Oregon-born and Brooklyn-based writer and editor with a special interest in pop culture. InStyle's editorial guidelines Published on February 9, 2021 @ 11:01AM Pin Share Tweet Email You may have heard of a little Netflix movie heading to the platform later this year … It features only everyone who's ever had a major awards campaign: Jennifer Lawrence, Leonardo DiCaprio, Chris Evans, Cate Blanchett, Meryl Streep, Matthew Perry, Ariana Grande, Timothée Chalamet, Tyler Perry, Jonah Hill … Don't Look Up has already given us so much: blunt red bangs, quarantine beards, and now … a backward baseball cap-wearing Chalamet and Leopard print coat-clad Lawrence making out by a fire. If these photos look familiar (this one in particular), it's because art imitates life and this is not the first time Chalamet has had awkward make out photos leaked to the press. It seems Lawrence may have willed this moment into fruition. If you recall, the Silver Linings Playbook star publicly claimed to have a crush on Chalamet during her press tour for Red Sparrow in early 2018. Getty Images "I'm waiting for him to get a little bit older, you know? [I'm] buttering him up like a pig for slaughter, and then I'm going to swing right in there as soon as he's, like, 30." the actress joked to Entertainment Tonight. "He's so talented and hot." Lawrence is 30 to Chalamet's 25, so no one panic. Jennifer Lawrence Was Injured by Flying Glass While Filming Netflix's Don't Look Up Chalamet, when asked to respond to Lawrence's comments, told ET that Lawrence is "a total legend," adding, "she's an icon amongst young people where it's tough to have a career at a young age, and she's done that and then some. So, what an honor." Of course, the Lawramet discourse began before Lawrence wed her now-husband Cooke Maroney. She might not be too eager to, uh, butter Chalamet up, these days … Netflix overlords, please let this movie be as awesome and culturally significant as these production stills.