Four troubled orphans – Edward, Peter, Lucy (Jayma Mays) and Susan (Faune Chambers) – from four separate movie scenarios receive golden tickets and go on an ‘epic adventure’. Escaping from a very scary Willy Wonka, they discover the magical world of Gnarnia (silent ‘G’) where – with the help of a randy lion, a hoard of mutants, students of witchcraft and wizardry, funky swash-buckling pirates, and a mischievous beaver – they defeat the evil white bitch! Then they rule Gnarnia happily until, in their old-age, they find the way back through the wardrobe.
The movie also featured a Mystique (Carmen Electra) makeup.
Douglas Noe was makeup department head; Matthew W Mungle (W.M. Creations inc) was responsible for prosthetic design and application; Ed French, Kelcey Fry & Jamie Kelman were prosthetic makeup artists; Ruth Haney, Gabriel De Cunto, Jamie Kelman, Margie Latinopoulos, Corinna Liebel & Deborah Patino were makeup special effects artists; Leslie Devlin was key makeup artist; Chelsea Behrens, Silvi Knight & Thea Samuels were makeup artist; David DeLeon was makeup artist (Jennifer Coolidge). Unfortunately, as with many makeup intense movies, I am unable to credit particular makeups – the old-age makeups, the Cyclops, the fauns, the look-alikes, the Oompa Loompas – if anyone can clarify who was responsible for these particular makeups, please email themakeupgallery.