Ha! This is too cute!
Tim Burton's new stop-motion feature for Disney, Frankenweenie, features his old favorite Winona Ryder as the voice of Elsa Van Helsing, and the first official image of her cartoon counterpart has dropped!
Ch-ch-check her out (above)!
Kinda reminds us of the animated version of Lydia Deetz from the Beetlejuice cartoon from the '90s!
Inneresting how these things happen! Everything old become new again!
What do U think?? Are U looking forward to Frankenweenie?
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Stop motion animation fans should definitely make it a priority to visit this year's Comic-Con San Diego between July 11-15 to check out Tim Burton's Art of Frankenweenie exhibit.
In a preview of the display (above), one of Frankenweenie's producers explains the history of the film and what inspired the director to create it.
The exhibition features lots of carefully handcrafted
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Hey everybody! Take a look at the new poster for Frankenweenie!
We'll admit that even though he's dead, he's still pretty adorbs!
The upcoming Tim Burton stop-animation flick is about a boy who re-animates his dog after her dies from being hit by a car.
Looks very Burtonian to us!
What do U think of the gothic-vibe to this kids tale (which was actually a short project for Burton in 1984)??
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Dead dogs aren't cool. Unless they are animated and directed by Tim Burton, of course!
The moviemaker's newest feature is a Nightmare Before Christmas-esque family film about a boy who brings his dead dog back to life with a science kit and it's called Frankenweenie.
Awwww….ew? In true Tim Burton style, it looks as creepy as it does heartwarming.
Check out the trailer above and let's all be thankful that Vivid didn't think of this title first, then hire Ron Jeremy to star in it.
Do U think Frankenweenie looks good?
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So cute…and creepy!
Back in October, we got a first look at Tim Burton's next animated film Frankenweenie, which is based on a live-action short film of the same name that he directed back in 1984.
As we mentioned before, the story revolves around a boy who loses his dog, but then brings him back to life using his science kit, like Mary Shelley's Frankenstein!
Now, a new image from the upcoming black-and-white Frankenfilm
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