Paul King wants to make a ‘Wonka’ sequel.
The Forty five-year-frail director has revealed that he’d admire to make another movie about Willy Wonka, the fictional character from Roald Dahl’s ‘Charlie and the Chocolate Factory’.
Paul told Total Film: “I would positively admire to whole more. And I’d have to expend more time on this world.
“Dahl was positively attracted to taking Willy Wonka on. There’s drafts that didn’t really trail anywhere, and there’s a fast story. He didn’t really write sequels, but this was the one book the place he clearly felt there was more in the tank there.”
‘Wonka’ stars the likes of Timothee Chalamet, Hugh Grant, Rowan Atkinson and Matt Lucas, and Paul admits that he’d admire to “expend more time on this world”.
He explained: “There’s an awful lot more Wonka story that we have that we would have to declare.
“It’s now not love ‘Dune: Part One’ the place you trail, ‘Right here is what’s happening in Part Two.’ Expectantly it really works exquisitely as a stand-alone movie. But I would positively admire to whole more. And I’d have to expend more time on this world, and meet some more Oompa Loompas.”
Paul previously revealed that he’s always been a vast fan of ‘Charlie and the Chocolate Factory’.
The director recalled “absolutely loving” the book as a miniature one.
He told GamesRadar: “I had a reproduction of ‘Charlie and the Chocolate Factory’ when I was miniature. I take note absolutely loving it and reading it quilt to quilt so normally the pages fell out.
“I take note what I most favored about it was how comical it was, how Willy Wonka is that this extraordinary, amazing, magical favor, the Oompa Loompas, and the brilliant poems that Dahl writes as their songs – they’re so comical, witty, and gleefully naughty, and that sense of naughtiness was very totally happy to me.”