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The Oompa Loompa from Wonka (2023)

The Oompa Loompa is a character in the new movie-musical Wonka, and is played by Hugh Grant. The original story is from the 1964 novel Charlie and The Chocolate Factory by Roald Dahl. This new story follows a younger Wonka before he becomes who we know today from the two film adaptations where he is played by Gene Wilder and then Johnny Depp. In this new whimsical film we follow his journey into becoming a chocolatier.

The Oompa Loompa in this film is based on the ones we know from other films. In this version we see him with his classic green hair and orange skin. He wears a purple suit and white shirt with gold buttons along with curved elf shoes with a purple pom pom on top of each.

The Pirate Captain from The Pirates! Band of Misfits

The Pirate Captain (voiced by Hugh Grant) is the main character in the stop-motion animation feature film The Pirates! Band of Misfits.  The Captain leads his crew on an adventure to try and steal enough gold to win the Pirate of the Year award, but is plagued by bad luck as they strike ships without the bounty they seek, eventually coming in contact with Charles Darwin on the HMS Beagle.  The Pirate Captain has a bushy red beard and wears a long red coat with gold details.  His shirt and sash are different shades of yellow, while his pants are tan and his boots brown.  He also carries a sword.

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Fletcher from The Gentlemen

In the Guy Ritchie film The Gentlemen, Fletcher (played by Hugh Grant) is a journalist and private investigator who attempts to ransom information he has on Mickey Pearson through his associate Ray.  Fletcher is easily swayed by the finer things in life, which Ray uses to his advantage in order to distract the investigator during their interactions.  Fletcher wears a leather jacket, turtleneck, and tinted glasses throughout most of the film.

Phoenix Buchanan from Paddington 2

Phoenix Buchanan

In Paddington 2, Phoenix Buchanan (Hugh Grant) is an egostical ex-actor on the West End who now resorts to dog food commercials to make ends meet. Using one of his many disguises and his acting chops, Phoenix steals a special pop-up book of London from an antique shop that Paddington Brown has been saving up as a 100th birthday present for his Aunt Lucy.

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