Alice In Wonderland

Looking ahead to the big blockbusters of summer 2016

Simon Brew Feature Apr 9, 2015

Reboots, videogame adaptations, and a few long awaited sequels are all due for release next year

Tim Burton to direct live action Dumbo for Disney

Tim Burton: always interesting, but no longer great?
Simon Brew News Mar 11, 2015

A CG elephant will fly in a live action world, as Tim Burton is set to tackle Dumbo for Disney...

Alice In Wonderland 2: Mark Rylance to be Johnny Depp's dad

Simon Brew News Apr 10, 2014

Mark Rylance goes where Keith Richards went before: he's set to play Johnny Depp's dad in a blockbuster sequel...

How Disney is remaking its animated films in live action

Mark Harrison Feature Apr 14, 2014

As hand-drawn animation falls out of favour, Disney's dipping into its vault to reimagine various classics as live action movies...

Sacha Baron Cohen heads to Alice In Wonderland 2

Sacha Baron Cohen
Simon Brew News Jan 22, 2014

The follow-up to Tim Burton's Alice In Wonderland looks set to add Sacha Baron Cohen as its villain...

Alice In Wonderland 2 confirmed for 2016

Simon Brew News Nov 25, 2013

Mia Wasikowska and Johnny Depp are returning for a second Alice In Wonderland movie, although Tim Burton won't be...

Johnny Depp closing in on Alice In Wonderland 2

Johnny Depp as The Mad Hatter in Tim Burton’s Alice In Wonderland
Simon Brew News Jul 15, 2013

Alice In Wonderland 2 is taking a step closer, with Johnny Depp reportedly set to return...

Muppets director linked with Alice In Wonderland 2

Simon Brew News May 31, 2013

James Bobin looks set to replace Tim Burton behind the camera on the next Alice In Wonderland movie...

Disney orders screenplay for Alice In Wonderland 2

Johnny Depp as The Mad Hatter in Tim Burton’s Alice In Wonderland
Simon Brew News Dec 10, 2012

A script has been ordered for a sequel to Tim Burton's hit movie of Alice In Wonderland, starring Johnny Depp...

Why cinema needs to forget fairy tale heroines

Den Of Geek Feature Jul 18, 2012

Snow White, Sleeping Beauty and Cinderella need not apply. Here’s why modern filmmakers should look elsewhere for their female leads