In the press holding room at the Iron Man 3 junket earlier in the week, one of my international colleagues shared a little something from his chat with Robert Downey Jr…
I’ve been a little in love with Scott Alexander and Larry Karaszewski’s screenplay for Big Eyes for a while now.
It’s no secret that I’m head over heels in love with Beetlejuice, so a few folk sent me this video. I also really don’t like rollercoasters, at least not in practice, so this allows for a bit of vicarious fun on that front too
The realities of making a movie like Frankenweenie somewhere like Disney.
This promo trailer for the documentary includes concept art and pre-production images.
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The second music video that Tim Burton has directed for The Killers.
A sequel to Alice in Wonderland, which was already a kind of sequel to Alice in Wonderland and Through the Looking Glass.
Warning: this DVD collection may eat several weeks of your life.
Bleeding Cool Magazine article by Brendon Connelly. Tim Burton’s Frankenweenie is clearly a very personal film. Made in his new hometown of London, it’s set in a fictionalised, miniaturised, stop-motion version of his native Burbank. Like Burton himself, the lead …
Welcome to Burton’s Frankenworld of little puppet people.
It’s almost like they’re making this film just for Brendon.
How Frankenweenie got that Tim Burton feeling.
A fish and cat like no other fish and cat.
This Autumn’s best stop motion horror film for kids. And, you know, it had some pretty stiff competition.
Tim Burton, his cast and producers have some yammering to do, and some clips from Frankenweenie to show in between. Do be warned that this featurette gives away some plot specifics that have been kept pretty much under wraps until …
Mary Shelley might have been moved to call it Frankenweenie; or the Suburban Prometheus.
Patrick Dane writes for Bleeding Cool. While Brendon was in a screening and Hannah was standing around in a field,* I had the pleasure of waking up early and scooting myself over to the BFI’s press release event for the …
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