'Wonka' chief prods all-singing, all-moving Timothée Chalamet in new mystery trailer

Timothée Chalamet as Willy Wonka in "Wonka."Willy Wonka's back. The chocolatier and torturer of devious kids is seeking the prequel treatment in another film featuring Timothée Chalamet, coming to films in December.

First film of Chalamet as the inconsistent Roald Dahl character was uncovered Tuesday, showing a youthful Wonka setting out on a journey to stir up the chocolate business and separate a confectionary secrecy.

Chalamet ventures into shoes recently filled by Quality More stunning in 1971 and Johnny Depp in 2005. As opposed to retell Dahl's 1964 book "Charlie and the Chocolate Production line," essayist chief Paul Ruler has envisioned a brave, endeavoring assume the personality in what he calls a "friend piece" to the 1971 film

Talking in London in front of the secret trailer discharge, Lord guaranteed an all-singing, all-moving Chalamet and a film that "responds to every one of the inquiries you won't ever have" about Wonka.

The chief common that he'd got to Dahl's own chronicles and read early drafts of the novel, gathering thoughts from that point.

"As an essayist, clearly I don't remotely consider myself at the same time Roald Dahl," he said, "however it was exceptionally good to be so motivated by that."Ruler, head of the adored "Paddington" and "Paddington 2," has projected recognizable appearances including Sally Hawkins, Tom Davis and Simon Farnaby, close by Olivia Colman, Rowan Atkinson, Keegan-Michael Key and novice Calah Path. Furthermore, in a projecting overthrow for the ages, the film sees Lord group up again with Hugh Award, this time playing a grouchy, woodwind playing Oompa-Loompa.

The chief said he was searching for a star to play one of Wonka's "inconceivably mocking and judgemental and horrible" laborers and arrived on Award, "the most clever, most wry s — that I've met."

Chalamet as Wonka close by Hugh Award as an Oompa Loompa.

Chalamet as Wonka close by Hugh Award as an Oompa Loompa.

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A large part of the film was recorded on studio soundstages, said Ruler, albeit a few scenes were shot on the spot in the UK, offering a brief look at the panic that follows his star.

Chalamet as Wonka alongside Hugh Grant as an Oompa Loompa.

"I got an understanding into Timothée Chalamet's life, which is individuals inclining out of windows and shouting, 'Wed me!'" he laughed. "It was very peculiar … I don't have any idea their thought process planned to occur."

Lord's appreciation towards Chalamet was obvious: "It was an enormous responsibility for him since it was an extremely lengthy shoot and there was a great deal (of) singing and moving."

"What's so marvelous about him is you feel a many individuals his age would have been enticed to put on a superhuman outfit and afterward kind of proceed to save the world," he added. "Furthermore, I figured out how to inspire him to put on a couple of obeyed cowhide boots and do some tap moving."

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