At 25, Timothée Chalamet, who will star as Willy Wonka, is aware of what he wants for his acting career. For the past few years, Chalamet he has known how to keep control of his image and has had great intuition to choose papers, combining the most luxurious productions of Hollywood with the independent films of greater critical prestige.
In this sense, the actor has participated both in Denis Villeneuve’s Dune (which arrives in the United States this October 22) and will soon premiere The French Chronicle of Wes Anderson and Don’t Look Up, directed by Adam McKay and scheduled to be released in December by Netflix. In addition, it highlights the film for which it is garnering the most media attention, The Origins of Willy Wonka.
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Regarding the latter, Chalamet published a couple of days ago an image from the set characterized as the memorable character created by the writer Roald Dahl. Wonka’s film is scheduled to be released on March 17, 2023.
In an interview with the American newspaper Time, Timothée Chalamet reflected on the direction he wants to take in his acting career and on his obsession with not taking false steps.
“One of my heroes, I can’t say who or would kick my butt, put his arm around me the first night we met and gave me some advice: no hard drugs and no superhero movies”, Chalamet has stated.
However, not long ago he was linked to Matt Reeves’ The Batman, where he would have a supporting role that was ultimately unconfirmed.