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WONKA Trailer Moved Achara To Tears! | Trailer Reaction | Timothée Chalamet | Hugh Grant

Jul 12, 2023
What's going on everyone? I'm Jabby Coy accompanied by a Kirk chair. What's up? We have the Wonka


here in front of us. Very excited to jump into this. If you haven't already, please give me a big shout out. Please hit the subscribe button Bell icon for all notifications and pretty please upvote this, let YouTube know you're enjoying what you're watching. How excited they are about this. I didn't expect this to happen. I've never actually seen Johnny Depp. version, oh yeah, I think it's a long time ago, but the one that really sticks in my memory is Gene Wilder's, Wild Gene, that's right, yeah, different Gene, I mean, but the thing is, for me I grew up absolutely obsessed with Roald Dahl I think I've probably read at least all of his children's books, if not all of the books he's written, so you know Charlie and the Chocolate Factory was huge for me and then I found out about the movie through my friends. when I was much older, uh, at university because for a lot of British kids, Charlie and the Chocolate Factory with Gene Wilder was a big part of their childhood, so yeah, well, the interesting and fun fact here is that it says that it's from writer and director Paul King. of the Paddington movies that we haven't seen yet and I've heard they're amazing, yeah, and David Heyman, producer of Harry Potter, Gravity, Fantastic Beasts, filler, I don't know why you mentioned the fantastic Paddington and yeah, let's jump.
wonka trailer moved achara to tears trailer reaction timoth e chalamet hugh grant
On this without further ado, here we go. I have spent the last seven years traveling the world honing my craft. You see, I'm something of a magician, inventor and chocolate maker. Such good chocolate, and listen, no, scratch, that reverses it, Mr. Wonka, I can. Say you're a man, a great engineer, hey, what are you doing? I'm making chocolate of course, how do you like dark white with nuts? Absolutely crazy, many people this is a different role, they have all been crushed by chocolate, oh, get a store. without selling chocolate and you can't sell chocolate without a store without daydreaming what are we going to do eh eh eh a double eh make the pencil paper aha I have an idea ah I know things haven't been easy for you they're going to get better, You promise, I think you promise, that is the most solemn vow that exists.
wonka trailer moved achara to tears trailer reaction timoth e chalamet hugh grant

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wonka trailer moved achara to tears trailer reaction timoth e chalamet hugh grant...

Where do we start? Oh hey wow ladies and gentlemen that's the Gorman gallery my name is Willy Wonka I'm pretty sure I've won about 150 oh my gosh change all of his. live, everything good in this world started with a dream, so hold on to yours, oh my god, mark my word, this will be the biggest chocolate shop the world has ever seen. Listen to the funny little man who's been following me. I know. I apologize to foreigner Atkinson in the same movie, that's incredible. I don't know why I got so excited, but as the


went on, I was like shit.
wonka trailer moved achara to tears trailer reaction timoth e chalamet hugh grant
I'm feeling the magic. I feel just joy and fascination and all those wonderful things that remind me of childhood and I was like, oh my God, Hugh Grant, yeah, that's great. I never knew that was what I wanted in my life, but that's cool, um, yeah, I mean, I think that's a cool move. In fact, turning this into the kind of movie that it has become into the story that it has become because it lends itself to that same type of merchandising and uh, I don't know if I want to say franchise, but at least with the merchandise which Harry de Hodder lends himself.
wonka trailer moved achara to tears trailer reaction timoth e chalamet hugh grant
I feel like there are a lot of opportunities to make that money like Harry Potter has. I don't know if I could have the career that Harry Potter has with seven or eight films in a row. I'm sure Warner Brothers will do it. try it, yeah, but like you, you look at all that and you think about the possibilities with Willy Wonka and you think, oh yeah, like you could create another theme park element in there and have a whole theme dedicated to Willy Wonka, sure, but I mean just in terms of a young Willy Wonka, I guess in my mind because I just associate the character with being an adult and being older, right?
It's interesting to approach this through the story of a younger man, a younger Willy Wonka, and he still has all those quirks and mannerisms that you know we associate with the character and I love the energy that Timothy Chalamet is bringing to this because He's got that kind of manic, mad-genius kind of energy and I really like what you're talking about. Actually, the cool move here is to go with that kind of younger vibe, yeah, because again, going back to Harry Potter, that's what he brought to the audience, it's like someone who's in that perfect age range that you know that small children can admire. and like kind of aspiring or just feeling like they're connected to you, you know what I mean, so I think it's a very, very smart move, not that Gene Wilder was a problem for me as a kid, but I think It just works very, very well and the premise of the story is one that we've seen a lot from Disney, ironically, which is like giving it back to the man and taking on the company, well, yeah, I mean, that's what Willy Wonka always gets. has been about, you know, it's always been about these kinds of crazy, extravagant chocolates and sweets that bring out your inner child and speak of joy and that's why I've always enjoyed the works of Roald Dahl because he really understood the kids that you know and your inner child it's funny because I didn't remember any of that from the movie when I was a kid, I was so fascinated by the contest aspect and I liked getting that golden ticket and then participating in this crazy world and everything. the chaos that happened oh yeah, but that's what it is because it's like it's crazy.
Can you imagine how in your wildest dreams when you thought about a chocolate factory? Can you imagine rivers of chocolate and little people? Well, exactly, and that's what was so magical. about Roald Dahl's works was that each and every one of his stories really spoke to children in a way that he understood the children that you already know and created these worlds and characters that were very funny, hopeful, crazy and extravagant and it's scary sometimes too, yeah, but facing corporate greed was never an element that I had taken from that as a kid, it wasn't always there, I mean, I mean, I think it was in a way because he didn't do it.
Yes I remember correctly, as if he didn't want to sell his chocolate factory, he was trying to find someone who was as passionate as him and that's why he had the competition. I remember taking some lessons from that movie about don't exactly be greedy. When I was a kid, I remember one kid ate too much and, oh, he went on the chocolate slide or something and yeah, I just remember it's been so long since I've seen the movie, they're like that. Vague things that have been stuck in my mind um, I remember the gum that you could chew forever, yeah, and then something that could make you float, yeah, um, but then I remember Charlie ending, yeah, I mean, the look of no be greedy It was a pretty big part, yeah, but I mean, this feels so magical.
I love the story of An Origin and I think that's what excites me most about this because I knew this was going to happen and I thought okay, that's interesting. I'm open to it, but then I feel the joy and the magic as well as the heart, yeah, that's what I really hope for when I see this and it definitely hit me in a way I've never felt before. I wasn't expecting it because I wasn't expecting an emotional response, but when that music started, my only question to you about this is: do you think this is the best way to do it or do you think I would have done it?
It was better to just redo what they did with Gene Wilder as if it were the same movie. I think this is interesting. I don't know what if there is source material for this in terms of his backstory and if there isn't, they just did it. Make up a story like I really hope that whoever worked on it is very sensitive to the works of Roald Dahl and conveys a lot of that kind of heart, and from what I'm seeing, I feel pretty good about it. In that regard, I think this is the best way to do it if you're thinking about a franchise because I think that's all today is a franchise, everything today is like sequels, right?
You can't just think about the movie you're thinking about. the next four or potentially or at least a trilogy, right, um, and Warner Brothers has had success with Dune, this is also starring, yeah, exactly, I don't know why I mentioned Dune of all the movies. I'm just saying it's them. We're always thinking about what we can franchise and I think the way they're doing it makes sense and I hope it feels as good and I hesitate to use this word, but pure and me. I don't know, happy like the original gave me when I was a kid.
I hope this has done the same for kids today. Thank you very much for hanging out. I hope you enjoyed it. Subscribe to the bell icon for all notifications and vote this. Let YouTube know you enjoyed what you saw. I'm Jabby Coe, this is a shower, cooking, peace.

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