‘Hot Summer Nights’ Is the ’90s Coming-of-Age Weed Movie We’ve Been Waiting For

Catch the first trailer here.


Breakout actor Timothée Chalamet will follow up having sex with a peach in the summer of 1983 to blazing up in the summer of 1991.

His next movie after Call Me By Your Name, which made him the youngest Best Actor nominee, is Hot Summer Nights, which just released its first trailer.

We’re getting serious Boogie Nights vibes from this, even though that was the ’70s. Whatever, same diff…

In the movie, Chalamet is spent to spend the summer in Cape Cod by his parents for misbehavior, which just ends up getting him in more trouble. 

He gets tangled up with a local drug dealer and falls for the kind of girl you wouldn’t bring home to your mother.

Hot Summer Nights premiered at South by Southwest, where it earned early acclaim. It currently has an 80% approval rating on Rotten Tomatoes.

The movie hits theaters this summer, on July 27th.