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  • Tim Burton to Direct Live Action/Motion-Capture Alice in Wonderland

    I think OogieBoogie called this one...

    Variety:

    Burton, Disney team on 3D films
    Director pairs with studio on duo
    By MARC GRASER


    Tim Burton

    Tim Burton is pairing up with Disney to direct two 3-D pics, "Alice in Wonderland" and "Frankenweenie."

    Two-movie deal with Walt Disney Studios begins with "Alice in Wonderland," which will combine performance-capture imagery, currently seen in "Beowulf," with live-action footage.
    Script by Linda Woolverton ("The Lion King," "Beauty and the Beast") is based on the Lewis Carroll classic.
    Richard Zanuck, Joe Roth and Suzanne and Jennifer Todd will produce.
    Burton, who is wrapping "Sweeney Todd" at Paramount and DreamWorks, will tackle "Alice in Wonderland" early next year, with production set to wrap by May.
    After "Alice," Burton will helm and produce "Frankenweenie," based on his 1984 short film about a pet dog brought back to life by his loyal owner. Pic will be shot in stop-motion animation and shown in digital 3-D.
    Movies are part of the Mouse House's efforts to ramp up its 3-D pic offerings, after starting with "Chicken Little" in 2005, followed by "Meet the Robinsons" and a re-release of "The Nightmare Before Christmas" in 3-D.
    "When the script came to us from Joe Roth, there was one name on my list and it was Tim," said Oren Aviv, prexy of Walt Disney Motion Pictures Group. "It felt like a project that needed someone with a unique vision and voice to really give it that special look and memorable characters that only Tim Burton can do." Burton had previously produced "Nightmare Before Christmas" and helmed "Ed Wood" at Disney.
    Last edited by ROBONICS95; 11-15-2007, 09:23 PM.
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    Re: Tim Burton to Direct Live Action/Motion-Capture Alice in Wonderland

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      Re: Tim Burton to Direct Live Action/Motion-Capture Alice in Wonderland

      Didn't we have a fantasy casting game in the fun and games section of the boards about Alice in Wonderland?

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        Re: Tim Burton to Direct Live Action/Motion-Capture Alice in Wonderland

        LOVE Frankenweenie, can't wait to see it done as a full-length movie.

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          Re: Tim Burton to Direct Live Action/Motion-Capture Alice in Wonderland

          Yes, I read about this at Wiki before. About this might be a future project for Tim Burton.
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            Re: Tim Burton to Direct Live Action/Motion-Capture Alice in Wonderland

            Would this mean more music by Danny Elfman? I hope so!


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              Re: Tim Burton to Direct Live Action/Motion-Capture Alice in Wonderland

              Originally posted by Coheteboy View Post
              Would this mean more music by Danny Elfman? I hope so!
              Me too. I love his music. I even have a playlist for him on my iPod.
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                Re: Tim Burton to Direct Live Action/Motion-Capture Alice in Wonderland

                I'm more excited about the animated (Stop Motion) feature length Frankenweenie! That short was brilliant.

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                  Re: Tim Burton to Direct Live Action/Motion-Capture Alice in Wonderland

                  But then there would just be redudant Alice and Wonderland movies cause there planning on making the movie version of American Mcgee's Alice starring Sarah Michelle Gellar next year

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                    Re: Tim Burton to Direct Live Action/Motion-Capture Alice in Wonderland

                    Originally posted by Oswald the Rabbitt View Post
                    But then there would just be redudant Alice and Wonderland movies cause there planning on making the movie version of American Mcgee's Alice starring Sarah Michelle Gellar next year

                    I think these should be different enough to still be interesting. I get what your saying though. Both have a darker style and a tendency to twist the story a bit. Mcgee's story is of a broken wonderland whereas the Burton film sounds like its sticking to the original story a bit more. Looking forward to both.

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                      Re: Tim Burton to Direct Live Action/Motion-Capture Alice in Wonderland

                      I had a feeling Tim would end up doing Alice in Wonderland, I will be very eager to see it along with Frankenweenie since that was a great short film!

                      As for American Mcgee's Alice, I really don't see a problem with it since Mcgee's version is probably going to be way more Adult then Tim Burtons.
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