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|“||You're mine now.||„|
|~ Willy Wonka|
Willy Wonka is an antagonist in the infamous Epic Movie. He sends out five gold tickets and whoever gets them will be able to visit his factory.
He is portrayed by Crispin Glover, who also played George McFly in the Back to the Future franchise, Willard Stiles in Willard, Ilosovic Stayne the Knave of Hearts in Tim Buton's Alice in Wonderland and the disgruntled Silver Peaks Lodge bellhop Phil Wedmaier in Hot Tub Time Machine.
Eventually the four main protagonists (named Peter, Susan, Edward, and Lucy) get the gold tickets and they go to the factory. Willy greets them, only to reveal that he plans to use their body parts in his candy and chocolates.
They try to escape but are captured. Willy proceeds to put them through agonizing experiments and took part in some of them, most notably kicking off Susan's head, though it is reattached while dancing to Fergie's "Fergalicious". He then puts his symbol on them all and locks them in a room, though they later escape. In the end credits of the theatrical version of the film, he is seen dancing as the Oompa-Loompas sing "He's Willy".
Deleted Scene/Alternate EndingIn the last scene, Willy, instead of Borat, comes in and says: "How was your epic adventure?". Willy then goes in the wardrobe and puts out a "do not disturb" sign that refers to the beautiful bikini lady in the wardrobe. The Oompa-Loompas come in and start singing the Willy theme song. The four are then crushed by the wheel. Also, during the scene where Lucy is crushed under the junk that falls out of the "Narnia" closet, the girl who runs out is nude, as opposed to wearing a bikini.
- He is the parody of the candy maker Willy Wonka from Willy Wonka & the Chocolate Factory (1971) and Charlie & the Chocolate Factory (2005) and likes cannabalism.
- His appearance is based on Johnny Depp's character from the 2005 version of Charlie & the Chocolate Factory.