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The Magic is Gone: Tim Burton and Johnny Depp Need to Divorce

by Britt Hayes May 11, 2012 @ 2:42 PM
Warner Bros.
'Dark Shadows' hits theaters today, the eighth collaboration between director Tim Burton and versatile actor Johnny Depp. But with each passing year and each film the two make, this pairing has become painful to endure and it might be time for them to call their partnership quits.

'Dark Shadows' Featurette Talks Vampires

by Damon Houx April 26, 2012 @ 7:30 PM
Warner Brothers
Tim Burton's 'Dark Shadows' was slow on its roll out to theaters - it didn't have a trailer until a couple of weeks ago and for a summer release it's been curiously mute until recently. You'd think a Tim Burton/ Johnny Depp film would be hyped more after their 'Alice in Wonderland.' But now we have a featurette for the movie, which talks about vampire lore and a little bit about the original show.

Tim Burton to Return to Stop-Motion for Original Monster Movie

by Sean O'Connell April 10, 2012 @ 9:31 AM
Warner Bros.
Tim Burton isn’t quite ready to chuck Johnny Depp to the curb, but the ‘Beetlejuice’ director has found a new muse on novelist/screenwriter Seth Grahame-Smith. The ‘Pride and Prejudice and Zombies’ author penned Burton’s ‘Dark Shadows’ screenplay, while the award-winning filmmaker returned the favor by producing the feature-film adaptation of Grahame-Smith’s ‘Abraham Lincoln: Vampire Hunter.’ And now they've got something else planned.

First Full 'Dark Shadows' Trailer Suggests ... A Comedy?

by Sean O'Connell March 16, 2012 @ 8:08 AM
Warner Bros.
Sorry for the obvious pun, but Tim Burton fans wondering about his mysterious 'Dark Shadows' remake have been kept in the shadows regarding what they can expect from his latest collaboration with Johnny Depp. The good news is that we now have a full 'Shadows' trailer to pore over. The bad news? It only confuses us even more.

Trailer for 'Frankenweenie' Debuts and Looks Very Much Like a Tim Burton Movie

by Britt Hayes March 1, 2012 @ 5:44 PM
Walt Disney Pictures
In 1984 Tim Burton released a live action short film called 'Frankenweenie,' starring Shelley Duvall and Daniel Stern. It told the story of a young Victor Frankenstein, who reanimates his beloved dog after the pooch gets killed in a hit and run accident. 28 years later and Burton has taken that concept and developed it into a full, animated feature for Disney.
The first trailer is now and it seems to capture Burton's classic, adorably spooky aesthetic rather well.