The film starring Timothée Chalamet promises to be one of the events of these holidays, according to the reaction it has made among critics.
During the December long week, Warner Bros. Pictures premiere WonkaTHE movie which brings back to the big screen the imagination of Roald Dahl with ideal chocolate at the helm.
Timothée Chalamet leads the cast of this new adaptation that serves as a prequel to Dahl’s original story, exploring the origins of Willy Wonka. In the film controls are Paul Kingknown for his impeccable work on Paddington.
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With Chalamet in the cast of the film, we have Sally Hawkins, Olivia Colman, Hugh Grant, Rowan Atkinson, Keegan-Michael Key, Mathew Baynton, Simon Farnaby, Jim Carter and Matt Lucas.
With the prize of Warner Bros. movie that is almost here, seasoned critics are already enjoying the press screenings of the Wonka and, before issuing their reviews, they leave some first impressions to whet your appetite.
Wonka surprisingly for the better
Despite the division of opinion created by the film’s trailers, Wonka delighted that the specialized press was in awe of its impeccable play and its stars.
Timothée Chalamet’s performance as the titular chocolatier stands out, as expected, but be warned that Hugh Grant manages to steal every scene he appears in. The negative note is Keegan-Michael Key, who seems underused in the film.
The musical component of Wonka It also goes unnoticed, as is the unique nature of the sets used for Paul King’s film. In fact, one area that most people agree on is that Wonka This is the perfect movie to watch at Christmas.so it will be one of the contenders of these holidays as far as the box office is concerned.
Warner Bros. Pictures Wonka exclusively in Spanish cinemas on December 6so you can enjoy it over the long weekend or during Christmas.