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Old 12-18-07, 08:37 PM
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Tim Burton to make Alice In Wonderland

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Old 12-18-07, 09:11 PM
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I just hope he doesn't make it look like America McGee's Alice. Really, I think this should be a Gilliam film, not Burton.
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Given Burton's track record lately, I'll give it a shot.
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I will so be there. This could be amazing.
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Originally Posted by Sean O'Hara
I just hope he doesn't make it look like America McGee's Alice. Really, I think this should be a Gilliam film, not Burton.
Normally, I'd agree with this, but with Gilliam's track record, we'd have to wait another decade or two to see the movie.

Burton would make for a wonderful vision on that story.
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I loved "American McGee's Alice"...to bad the ending blew.
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I wonder if Johnny Depp and/or Helena Bonham Carter will star? Got be a 50/50 shot at least!
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The rumors that I heard said that he originally wanted Brian Warner to play the Q of Hearts (10 points to the first person who knows who that is) but then for undisclosed reasons was gearing towards Depp.
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Wow, a blond NOT strung out-looking Helena Bonham Carter...that outta be interesting.
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Isn't this old news?
Old 12-19-07, 12:52 AM
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If Hollywood keeps it up with the remakes, there will be no need for the writers to come back from being on strike! Sure would be nice if they could come up with something original. A new idea or something.
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This heads straight to my "must miss" list. Cannot stand Burton's vision. The only movie I have liked of his is "Ed Wood" and I thought Batman was OK.
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im not happy to hear that there will be animation involved...

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Old 12-19-07, 04:58 AM
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Cool. It will probably be competing with Marilyn Manson's Alice in Wonderland movie.
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Johnny Depp to play the Cheshire Cat, I suppose.
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Children's Stories: Tim Burton Style

It'll make a cool boxed set. I think this could be a fun movie, it sounds better than the previously mentioned Manson version.
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Kick ass (in Eric Cartman voice)!
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Depp would be a great Mad-hatter..
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Originally Posted by johnnysd
This heads straight to my "must miss" list. Cannot stand Burton's vision. The only movie I have liked of his is "Ed Wood" and I thought Batman was OK.
I'd like to bring up a something that recently struck me. Burton has 2 distinct stylistic periods. Pre Ed Wood and Post Wood. Ed Wood stands on it's own as an anomaly. But all those films in those periods look the same.

My guess is this'll be more Charlie and the Chocolate Factory than Betelgeuse. So I wouldn't expect it to be dark.
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Originally Posted by chris_sc77
Depp would be a great Mad-hatter..

I'd like Steve Buscemi.
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Sounds like something that could definitely be made cooler with a Burtonesque touch.
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Fear.
Old 12-19-07, 11:28 AM
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Originally Posted by TheXFactor
Sounds like something that could definitely be made cooler with a Burtonesque touch.
Both ALICE IN WONDERLAND and FRANKENWEENIE will be shot in 3-D (Digital 3D release, though I suppose IMAX 3D may also happen); being two of the more than two dozen stereoscopic projects in the works.
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I'll see it.
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i'll see it too, i just hope the animation isnt overdone.

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