Timothée Chalamet, star of the forthcoming Wonka film, as of late uncovered that he recorded music for the film. Roald Dahl previously delivered his well known dream novel, Charlie and the Chocolate Factory, in 1964. The book propelled two significant film variations: Willy Wonka and the Chocolate Factory in 1971, and Charlie and the Chocolate Factory in 2005. Going about as a prequel to the prior films, Wonka will follow the history of the unusual chocolatier, Willy Wonka.
While talking with Time for their October main story, Chalamet uncovered that he recorded music for the forthcoming Wonka film. Practices for the undertaking are as of now occurring in the UK, as the prequel will film for the most part in London. Chalamet conceded he felt “out of my association” recording at the unbelievable Abbey Road Studios, yet included that functioning Wonka has been beneficial for him. He proceeded to portray the film melodic as “a festival of being askew and of being O.K. with the more unusual pieces of you that don’t exactly fit in.” Wonka will check Chalamet’s first time singing and moving on screen, with a few melodic numbers set to show up in the film.
Crowds as of late got a first look at Wonka after Chalamet shared a photograph of himself in his Wonka outfit. In light of looks alone, it appears to be like the prequel is remaining consistent with the closet included in its archetype films. However, notwithstanding his exemplary outfit, there’s one more key part of Willy Wonka that the prequel will have; music. The idiosyncratic 1971 film variation presented various now-exemplary tunes, including “Unadulterated Imagination” and “The Candy Man.” Tim Burton’s 2005 transformation patched up the exemplary melodies, but, in a considerably more disrupting style. It’ll be intriguing to perceive what sort of melodies Wonka will present, and if the film all in all will embrace the hazier tone of Charlie and the Chocolate Factory or the good cheer of Willy Wonka and the Chocolate Factory.
Crowds have experienced Wonka’s melodies as of now, with a set video of Chalamet shooting a melodic number. Chalamet absolutely looks like part, however a lot of individuals have communicated their wariness about his capacity to depict the person, including individuals from the first Willy Wonka and the Chocolate Factory cast. In any case, Chalamet is unmistakably a skilled entertainer, and may very well have the option to make Wonka a commendable prequel to the previous movies. Regardless, Wonka’s refreshed interpretation of one of film history’s most famous characters makes certain to make for an intriguing watch.