Timothée Chalamet officially started the recordings of Wonka, the long-awaited prequel to the origins of the iconic chocolatier. The same actor confirmed this information with an official photo from the recording set. In addition, now he was caught recording a curious scene.
Timothée Chalamet begins recordings of Wonka
Through its Instagram, Timothée Chalamet confirmed that he had started the recordings of Wonka, film that will tell the story behind the iconic character. The actor uploaded a photo with the official suit that he will wear in this film, something that quickly went viral.
Now, the actor was caught recording the film, in what already promises to be a viral video. The Twitter user, _ARTSARTSARTS, went up a video of the moment when Timothée Chalamet is seen on top of a train recording a musical number.
What’s more, Timothée’s voice can be heard in the background in what promises to be a fun moment in the film. This is the first record of the actor singing in this film, which will not be released until 2023.
Previously, Timothée Chalamet confirmed that Wonka would have complex dance and singing numbers, so she had multiple rehearsal sessions. It should be noted that It was also announced that Neil Hannon, leader of the band The Divine Comedy, will be in charge of the film’s music.
But Chalamet will not be alone in the production of Wonka. The actor is joined by important names such as Keegan-Michael Key, Sally Hawkins, Rowan Atkinson, Olivia Colman y Jim Carter. In addition, the direction will be in charge of Paul King, known for being behind Paddington.
With Wonka, Timothée Chalamet has established himself as one of the most coveted actors of the moment. Pronte will premiere in Chile, Dune, the long-awaited adaptation of the literary classic and that has already received good reactions from the audience.