Nicolas Cage Starrer, Horror Comedy ‘Willy’s Wonderland’ Coming in Blu-Ray

Co-Produced by Nicolas Cage, Willy’s Wonderland is a horror-comedy of 2021. The film was released on February 12. It was directed by Kevin Lewis. With over 5.5 ratings on IMBD, the movie did not gross very much. But with Nicolas Cage’s acting and amazing animatronics work, the critics praise the movie for its work.

The story is about a conservative, lonely Janitor(Nicolas Cage) who gets estranged in a remote area, as his car breaks down. In the absence of no mechanic nearby he decides to stay in an empty fun centre; Willy Wonderland. But little did he knew, he was not alone.

Nicolas Cage Starrer: Cast

  • Emily Tosta as Liv Hawthorne
  • Beth Grant as Sheriff Eloise Lund
  • David Sheftell as Deputy Evan Olson
  • Ric Reitz as Tex Macadoo
  • Chris Warner as Jed Love
  • Kai Kadlec as Chris Muley
  • Caylee Cowan as Kathy Barnes
  • Christian Del Grosso as Aaron Powers
  • Grant Cramer as Jerry Robert Willis
  • Chris Padilla as Jim Hawthorne

Nicolas Cage Starrer, Horror Comedy 'Willy's Wonderland' coming in Blu-Ray

Also, some of the animatronics mascots are played by real characters in bodysuits of Willy Weasel, Ozzie Ostrich, Arty Alligator, Cammy Chameleo, Gus Gorilla etc.

Blu-ray of Willy Wonderland

The film conveys the guarantee of its wacky introduction, and it’s right now accessible on VOD. The update just came from the creators that on April 13, Willy’s Wonderland another head to DVD and Blu-ray.

Nicolas Cage Starrer, Horror Comedy 'Willy's Wonderland' coming in Blu-Ray

The film was originally inspired by a video game series called Five Nights at Freddy’s. It was a survival horror game. David Sheftell who plays the role of Deputy Sheriff got candid about his role. He told in an interview that he had no idea that the movie was based on a video game.

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He said, ” Goodness, it’s kind of like this, kind of like that. The thing that I’ve listened to that the greatest contrast is… is envisioning you’re in that but someone knows precisely how to handle themselves in that circumstance.”

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