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Immersive Willy Wonka exhibition in Scotland will get a horror film

One week after the immersive exhibition of “The fantastic chocolate factory” the Scottish film production company Kaledonia Pictures announced a production based on one of the characters present in the experience.

A “Willy Wonka Experience” took place in Glasglow, Scotland, in an unauthorized way and became a real joke on social media, announcing an exhibition with AI-generated arts that, in reality, were nothing more than cheap decoration.

Even the characters present in the exhibition became a topic, as they looked like they came out of a horror film. With this in mind, Kaledonia Pictures decided to produce the feature film “The Unknown” based on this peculiarity of experience.

“The film, in preparation for production and release in late 2024, follows a renowned illustrator and his wife who are haunted by the tragic death of their son, Charlie. Desperate to escape the pain, the couple leaves the world behind and heads to the remote Scottish Highlands – where an unknowable evil awaits them. Bloody Disgusting.

“We are excited to begin production and look forward to sharing more with you as soon as possible. In fact, we are just a few kilometers away from the event, so it is quite surreal to see Glasgow all over social media, all over the world”, they added.

Source: CNN Brasil

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