Timothee Chalamet took to Instagram to share some fun new photos of Willy Wonka wearing a hat and blazer, giving fans a glimpse of her “Wonka” video.
Timothee Chalamet, 25, attracted the attention of his fans on October 10 when they shared the first photos of him as Willy Wonka for the first time! The program of a talented artist visiting the upcoming video Wonka, which is due out in 2023, and it looks like a headline that took us out of the air! In one photo, she is standing in the snow and showing off a large face wearing Willy’s classic dress, combined with a purple top hat, a maroon blazer and matching handkerchiefs. See pictures HERE!
In the second photo, his hand appears to touch the top of the memorable stick that Willy is known to hold. There were purple figures with a red bow on it. “This suspicion is dangerous, I hope it will continue… 🏭WONKA🍫,” he wrote enthusiastically in the post, showing the line that Gene Wilder (formerly Willy Wonka) said in the early 1971 amendment, Willy Wonka & Chocolate Factory.
Although much of the film’s content was preserved, Warner Bros. The prequel says it will be about how Willy Wonka changed the mind that everyone knows. Since the movie is a hit, Timothy is supposed to sing and dance around, which his fans really enjoy.
As soon as he posted the latest photos, he received a kind and enthusiastic message about what was to come. “I HAVE NEVER BEEN VERY HAPPY,” one writer wrote when another asked if the hat he was wearing was made of chocolate. Some have shared a lot since 1971 and fans have admitted that they are “screaming” with excitement.
Timothy’s role as Willy Wonka comes about 60 years after the story was written in 1964. Charlie and the Chocolate Factory by Roald Dohl. The book was about a poor young man named Charlie Bucket who won a gold ticket to visit the amazing and magical chocolate factory run by Willy. The book was edited in the 1971 video as well as the 2005 video he played A Johnny Depp as Willy. Paul King is Timothy’s prequel director and is due to be released on March 17, 2023.