This is how Timothée Chalamet looks like Willy Wonka for the prequel to “Charlie and the Chocolate Factory”

This is how Timothée Chalamet looks like Willy Wonka for the prequel to “Charlie and the Chocolate Factory”

The actor got a first look at his transformation as the iconic character “Willy Wonka.”

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After a long time of waiting, finally the first images of the actor Timothée Chalamet were unveiled characterized as the most famous chocolatier in the world, Willy Wonka, for the prequel to the story “Charlie and the Chocolate Factory. Check it out here!

Although some images of Wonka’s filming have already been made public in recent months, the title that the new feature film will carry, It has been the actor himself who finally has with his followers a photograph in which he is characterized as the iconic character played by Johnny Depp.

Through his Instagram account, Timothée Chalamet was shown for the first time with the iconic chocolatier’s outfit, which is made up of a top hat and a wine-colored velvet coat.

“The tension is terrible, I hope it lasts …”, wrote the 25-year-old actor next to the image of the new “Charlie and the chocolate factory” that has already gone viral just hours after being published.

Of course, this first look has only unleashed a wave of divided opinions about the interpretation that Chalamet will provide in this film, because the touch that the Pirates of the Caribbean actor impregnated in him, left expectations very high.

“Wonka,” the film directed by Paul King and starring Timothée Chalamet, It is scheduled to premiere on March 17, 2023 and it will tell the life story of the character before he opened the famous chocolate factory. However, more details about the year or the cast that will make up it have not yet been released.

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