Tim Burton has lined up his next project, and it's 'Big Eyes,' the long-in-development biography of Margaret and Walter Keane, who painted those big eyed pictures of children. And for his leads he's got Amy Adams and recent Oscar winner Christoph Waltz.
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While the 2013 Oscars commercials weren't as entertaining as say the ones for the Super Bowl, we still got to see a pitch for a gloriously fake new movie called 'Unicorn Apocalypse: Horn of Darkness' from who else but Tim Burton.
She may play a small role in Tim Burton's 'Beetlejuice,' but it's an important and very memorable one. Today's cosplay pays homage to the suicidal and sassy Miss Argentina.
We post a lot of superhero and villain cosplay around here, so how about a change of pace? This 'Corpse Bride' cosplay inspired by Tim Burton's movie is eerie and ethereal.
'Alice in Wonderland' made over $1 billion worldwide so it was only a matter of time before Disney moved forward on a sequel. And now they're officially moving forward on 'Alice in Wonderland 2' and all we can wonder is...what took so long?
The 1990 suburban fairy tale 'Edward Scissorhands' was the first of many collaborations between director Tim Burton and Johnny Depp, the film's star. And that almost didn't happen, as Tom Cruise, Tom...
Tim Burton is still planning on making that 'Pinocchio' movie, but before you roll your eyes too hard, at least he's hired a talented writer for the project: Jane Goldman.
At Fantastic Fest 2012, we sat down for a chat with legendary director Tim Burton who was there for the world premiere of his film 'Frankenweenie.' As star Winona Ryder would later admit, this is very much a movie about Tim Burton. It's a very...
Tim Burton's 'Frankenweenie' opens tomorrow, and we've already seen and reviewed it. Our Jordan Hoffman said that it has "craft dancing all over the screen (Mr. Rzykruski’s mouth!), but the scenario and the writing is all very safe." But though we were mixed on it, perhaps this new featurette and clip will get you excited.
In addition to 'Frankenweenie' being a ton of fun (and a classic Tim Burton tale), it's also a beautiful film; a technical and artistic marvel. Did you know that during production it took two full days just to shoot just two seconds of footage for the stop-motion animated movie? So how do they do it? In this exclusive 360° video, director Tim Burton takes us on a tour of the 'Frankenweenie' set to show us how the magic is made.