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  • Disney & other studios prep major film production

    Posted: Tue., Oct. 7, 2008, 9:00pm PT

    Studios prep major film production

    Cameras ready to roll despite SAG stalemate

    By Michael Fleming
    Variety

    DISNEY
    Studios prep major film production - Entertainment News, Front Page, Media - Variety
    "If you don't know how to draw, you don't belong in this building" - John Lasseter 2006

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    Re: Disney & other studios prep major film production

    Please, as much as I love Tim Burton, please don't let him ruin a classic! I don't think his style is right for Alice in Wonderland. Especcially if thats the idea the little kids will get out of it. Not the wonderful classic we all know, but the new Tim Burtopn one. I know I shouldn't be critisizing before I see the movie, but still Thats what I thyink about the idea of the movie.

    EDIT- wrong thread. :/
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      Re: Disney & other studios prep major film production

      Originally posted by Vasooki View Post
      Please, as much as I love Tim Burton, please don't let him ruin a classic! I don't think his style is right for Alice in Wonderland. Especcially if thats the idea the little kids will get out of it. Not the wonderful classic we all know, but the new Tim Burtopn one
      If he were directing an animated remake of the 1951 classic I could understand your trepidation. However it would appear he's working at a look possibly closer to Lewis carroll's vision rather than Walt Disney's.

      Little kids won't be marching to the box office with their own wallets and credit cards. Parents are free to show them the original on DVD or video anytime, forever.

      As always I look forward to what Tim Burton has in store for us.
      "If you don't know how to draw, you don't belong in this building" - John Lasseter 2006

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        Re: Disney & other studios prep major film production

        I'm all for a Tim Burton version of Alice In Wonderland, provided that the knuckleheads who run Disney don't get the idea to do a Tim Burton version overlay to the existing Alice In Wonderland ride!

        Oops! Sorry guys -- too late. I hope I haven't already planted the seed.

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          Re: Disney & other studios prep major film production

          Originally posted by DisneyIPresume View Post
          I'm all for a Tim Burton version of Alice In Wonderland, provided that the knuckleheads who run Disney don't get the idea to do a Tim Burton version overlay to the existing Alice In Wonderland ride!
          If it makes $400 million+ worldwide it just might
          "If you don't know how to draw, you don't belong in this building" - John Lasseter 2006

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