Wonka | Trailer #2

Wonka | Trailer #2

Step into a world of pure imagination✨ #WonkaMovie – Only in theaters December 15.

Based on the extraordinary character at the center of Charlie and the Chocolate Factory, Roald Dahl’s most iconic children’s book and one of the best-selling children’s books of all time, “Wonka” tells the wondrous story of how the world’s greatest inventor, magician and chocolate-maker became the beloved Willy Wonka we know today.

From Paul King, writer/director of the “Paddington” films, David Heyman, producer of “Harry Potter,” “Gravity,” “Fantastic Beasts” and “Paddington,” and producers Alexandra Derbyshire (the “Paddington” films, “Jurassic World: Dominion”) and Luke Kelly (“Roald Dahl’s The Witches”), comes an intoxicating mix of magic and music, mayhem and emotion, all told with fabulous heart and humor.  Starring Timothée Chalamet in the title role, this irresistibly vivid and inventive big screen spectacle will introduce audiences to a young Willy Wonka, chock-full of ideas and determined to change the world one delectable bite at a time—proving that the best things in life begin with a dream, and if you’re lucky enough to meet Willy Wonka, anything is possible.

Starring alongside Chalamet are Calah Lane (“The Day Shall Come”), Emmy and Peabody Award winner Keegan-Michael Key (“The Prom,” “Schmigadoon”), Paterson Joseph (“Vigil,” “Noughts + Crosses”), Matt Lucas (“Paddington,” “Little Britain”), Mathew Baynton (“The Wrong Mans,” “Ghosts”), Oscar nominee Sally Hawkins (“The Shape of Water,” the “Paddington” films, “Spencer”), Rowan Atkinson (the “Johnny English” and “Mr. Bean” films, “Love Actually”), Jim Carter (“Downton Abbey”), with Oscar winner Olivia Colman (“The Favourite,” “The Lost Daughter”) and Hugh Grant (“Paddington 2,” “A Very English Scandal”). The film also stars Natasha Rothwell (“White Lotus,” “Insecure”), Rich Fulcher (“Marriage Story,” “Disenchantment”), Rakhee Thakrar (“Sex Education,” “Four Weddings and a Funeral”), Tom Davis (“Paddington 2,” “King Gary”) and Kobna Holdbrook-Smith (“Paddington 2,” “Zack Snyder’s Justice League,” “Mary Poppins Returns”).

Simon Farnaby (“Paddington 2”) & Paul King wrote the screenplay, based on a story by King and characters created by Roald Dahl. Michael Siegel, Cate Adams, Rosie Alison and Tim Wellspring are serving as executive producers. King’s behind-the-scenes creative team includes director of photography Chung-Hoon Chung (“Last Night in Soho,” “Ah-ga-ssi”); Oscar-nominated production designer Nathan Crowley (“Tenet,” “Dunkirk”); editor Mark Everson (the “Paddington” films); Oscar-winning costume designer Lindy Hemming (the “Paddington” films, “Topsy-Turvy”); and composer Joby Talbot (the “Sing” films). Neil Hannon of the band The Divine Comedy is writing original songs for the film.

Warner Bros. Pictures Presents, in Association with Village Roadshow Pictures, a Heyday Films Production, a Paul King Confection, “Wonka,” set to open in theaters and in IMAX internationally beginning 6 December 2023 and in North America on December 15, 2023; it will be distributed worldwide by Warner Bros. Pictures.

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37 Responses

  1. millions of marks says:

    The thing I’m gonna miss from the old movies is the punishment scenes for all those 4 bad children followed by Oompa Loompas’ singing as they were sent off. I hope they continue the tradition with these 4 bad guys.

    • Manuel Orozco says:

      Violet and Veruca get the funniest defeats

    • Kobe Marion says:

      How much you wanna bet the people that are against Wonka will get the same treatment one way or another? XD

    • Attention Deficit Squirrel says:

      I’m not going to miss those things at all because I’m not going to go see it because I am tired of reboots and prequel’s and sequels. They are dangling keys in front of your face, and you are going to be disappointed. Besides, you’ve seen everything you need to see in the trailer.

    • The Expresidents says:

      ​@Attention Deficit SquirrelAgreed.

      But why are you here?

    • SUPERSHASHA says:

      The cool thing is is that we don’t know much about Wonka’s backstory, so it’s cool that we are getting a prequel. I’m actually excited for this.

  2. Jonathan Collins says:

    Honestly it’s nice to see a heartwarming movie coming to theaters for a change. I feel like the cast and crew had a lot of fun with Wonka.

  3. Roma says:

    I love how they incorporated pure imagination into the trailer

  4. John Smith says:

    The original Willy Wonka movie is and will always be the best one

  5. TwoTailedCaperer says:

    This trailer gives a much better impression than the last one

  6. Gabe Lozano says:

    I like how different this one is. And the fact its a prequel. Im glad it wasn’t just another remake of the last wonka movies

  7. Writing Geek says:

    This really looks and feels like a whimsical fantasy and that perfectly suits the original story.
    I hope this film turns out as good as the trailer shows, or the people who work on it are telling us about. I really do.

    • Manuel Orozco says:

      I know how you feel. I’m used to seeing movies that look good but the finished product is a slight downgrade.

    • Nicholas Rogers says:

      Maybe a fun post credit idea like ending ip man 2 wonka sitting office meets a younger charlie bucket tells him come back one day when ya grown up type line smiling at charlie pure goodness

  8. Jamie D says:

    This trailer already looks so much better than the first. Plus, I’m excited to see Mathew Baynton have a full roll in a movie and not just a cameo (he plays one of the antagonist)

  9. Austin Renteria says:

    Who else is excited to see how Willy Wonka became the wonderful and wacky candy man we all know and love?

  10. Khaoz says:

    It actually did give me Paddington vibes. It’s quite surprising that someone who worked on that film is making this.

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