‘Wonka’, a prequel to Roald Dahl’s popular children’s novel “Charlie and the Chocolate Factory”, is eagerly anticipated to produce a great deal of sensation among the fans of its star character, Timothee Chalamet. Paul King, who wrote and directed the “Paddington” movie, is the director of “Wonka” along with David Heyman; and the producers include – Alexandra Derbyshire and Luke Kelly.
Written by Simon Rich, the movie also casts Lane, Emmy, Matt Lucas, and also some award-winning stars. The recently released trailer of Timothee’s upcoming movie, set to be premiered in December assures the audience of its adventure and an artistic representation of the legendary character’s creativity. The trailer is jam-packed with snippets of fanciful images of infants flying, enormous monsters sailing balloons, and giraffes frolicking around the streets.
The Young Artist Timothee Chalamet And His Commendable Acting Skill As Manifested In The Film
In the few opening scenes, Timothee Chalamet is seen sporting the famous black top hat and the purple coat of velvety texture to play the role of the movie’s title character, Willy Wonka. Chalamet is represented as a young man, who has a passion for making and trading chocolates, and is intent on opening “the greatest chocolate shop of the world so far”.
The description of the film reads that it delves into the story of the world’s greatest innovator, magician, and creative chocolate-maker, and how he became Willy Wonka who is well-known for being the genius that he is. It claims to be a subtle representation of magic, music, pandemonium, and passion.
In the trailer, a snippet of Wonka’s discovery of a candy, that makes people fly, and revelation of that to his grandfather brings back the memory of the original film in which Charlie and his grandfather drifted on water after drinking Wonka’s effervescent soda. Another scene in which Timothee Chalamet is shown having a conversation with Oompa Loompa, whose role is played by Hugh Grant, got the spotlight by capturing the attention of YouTube commentators.