Apple today shared a new “Call Me” ad in which actor Timothée Chalamet expresses his desire to star in an Apple TV+ show or movie. Chalamet has yet to appear in any original Apple content, but the release of the advertisement suggests this may be changing soon.

“Apple TV+ has almost every major Hollywood star,” the YouTube video description reads. – Almost. Timothée Chalamet wants to come in.

A similar ad was released last year in which actor Jon Hamm is jealous of not appearing in any Apple TV+ content. Hamm joined the cast of hit Apple TV+ drama series The Morning Show for its third season, due out later this year, so the ads ended up heralding his upcoming debut on the streaming service.

Apple TV+ is now $6.99 per month after a price hike last year.

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