It was February 1, 2005. 12-year-old Veruca Salt, along with her father, Rupert Salt, had come out of the chocolate factory that was owned by mysterious chocolatier Willy Wonka. They were covered in what was three weeks of rotten garbage. It was in their hair and covered their clothes.
Veruca was seething mad. All she had wanted was a squirrel, and not just any squirrel, but a trained squirrel. She had imagined the possibilities — see it do tricks, such as back-flips, front-flips, all kinds of precise leaps, and other kinds of things.
By Rev. Ryan A. Petersen(batonweilder92)
This year (2015) Warner bros announced the the 10th Anniversary of Charlie and the Chocolate Factory here a some promotions that will be released!!!
Universal Studios will open a Willy Wonka attraction park includng the houses of the 5 golden ticket winners , the candy shop (where real Wonka bars as seen in the 2005 movie can be bought), the toothpaste factory, the chocolate factory, gift shop, and fans will meet the stars of the film and get pictures and autographs.
This is the official prayer for Charlie and the Chocolate factory.
Pray this every day and you may find the golden ticket.
Our father who art in Chocolate heaven
Hallowed be thy name
They visitors will come
on earth as it is in the chocolate factory
give us our genius chocolatier Willy Wonka
and forgive us from all the chocolate we ate
as we forgive those greedy kids who visited the factory
save us from our chocolate desire
and deliver us form our parents
1. You watch it daily.
2. You used to watch it daily, but your sister/p-p-parents kicked up a fuss over your obsession, so now you're only allowed to watch it on certain days of the week. (Me. This is ME.)
3. You print out all your favourite quotes, learn them off by heart, then use them whenever possible in conversation. (ME AGAIN.)
4.You start dressing like your favourite character/s. (I dress like Willy Wonka... frock coat, top hat and all.)
5. You want to track down the factory when you grow up. (On my list of life goals.)
The first Johnny Depp movie I saw in theater and I fell in love. I didn't grown up watching the 1971 film. I try to but I kind of found the movie boring. Roald Dahl is one of the greatest authors
Posted over a year ago
I like this film (as well as the book by Roald Dahl). Plus, Willy Wonka and Veruca Salt are two of my favorite characters. I can imagine Julia Winter and Johnny Depp getting together and discussing why Veruca and Willy were the way they were personality-wise, too. :)
Posted over a year ago