Jason Acunaalso known as Wee Man, has a number of criticisms about wonka. prequel to Charlie and the Chocolate Factory starring Timothy Chalamet It has not been without critics from the dwarfing community. It is thanks to the participation of the actor Hugh grant.
star donkey forever was one of the first to speak out, questioning the choice of a British actor as Omp Loompa in a story that will tell the origins of the most famous chocolatier in children’s literature: “Hugh Grant is playing an Oompa Loompa now? So I think Hugh Grant is now identifying as a little man. well interesting”, — said the actor in the video TikTok. Acuña, who is best known as a stuntman, then talked about a live-action remake. Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs starring actress Rachel Zegler:
“They replace the jobs people could have (us) as little people. This is for the gnomes. Why are you hiring Snow White and seven ordinary people?”Akunya retorted. The translator assured that Disney should get it right and redo the casting they were considering. This isn’t the first actor with dwarfism to lash out at these unpopular casting decisions. Peter Dinklage has previously admitted that he was surprised by the double standards and the presence of a mouse in the house.
For its part, Disney assured at the time that it was “different approach” to the title “seven gnomesto avoid reinforcing stereotypes about the original animated film. However, the opening footage from the film caused controversy. On the other hand, other actors such as George Koppen talked about what happened to wonkaexplaining that CGI people are pushing dwarf performers out of the industry.
wonka It is headed Paul King and it’s due out in theaters on December 15, 2023. In its composition, in addition to Chalamet, it is full of such stars as Sally Hawkins, Rowan Atkinson, Olivia Colman and Keegan-Michael Key among others. Based on the character created by Roald Dahl, King himself, along with Simon Farnaby and Simon Rich, put together a script that will explain how the chocolatier will become the great character we all know today.