Dawn of the Planet of the Apes hits theaters next week, so the CinemaSins guys have returned to rip apart Tim Burton‘s Planet of the Apes. The nine minute video finds 139 things wrong with the horrible 2001 remake. Hit the jump to find out everything wrong with Tim Burton’s Planet of the Apes, along with ScreenJunkie’s Honest Trailer for the movie.
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Want to read and see some fun stuff about the 25th anniversary of Tim Burton‘s Batman? Could Mr. Freeze show up in Gotham? What is the Wonder Woman costume in Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice going to look like? How is Black Widow‘s bike in Avengers: Age of Ultron special? Want to see new images of Aaron Taylor-Johnson and Elizabeth Olsen on the set of that film? Just how cosmic does Guardians of the Galaxy get? Will we see Avengers: Age of Ultron and Batman v Superman footage at San Diego Comic-Con? Read about all this and more in today’s Superhero Bits. Read More »
A lot can happen in 25 years. When Warner Bros. was pushing Tim Burton‘s Batman, released on this day in 1989, changed the landscape for superhero movies. But at the time, the studio had to convince many people that there was good reason to make a Batman movie. More to the point, Warner Bros. put in a lot of effort to convince people that a serious take on Batman was a good idea, rather than a continuation of the Adam West concept for the character.
One tool used to make the case for this new Batman was a 20-minute documentary feature showing the history of the character, and detailing the thought and work that went into Burton’s film. In celebration of the film’s 25th anniversary that doc has been dropped onto YouTube, and you can watch it below. Read More »
Way back in 2007, in the early days of /Film, Peter wrote about one of Tim Burton‘s most obscure works. The piece in question was Hansel and Gretel, a half-hour version of the Brothers Grimm fairy tale, produced as one of Burton’s collaborations with Disney. This was before Frankenweenie turned everything sour, and well before Burton became a star director.
Shot in 1982 and aired once on the then-new Disney Channel on Halloween night in 1983, the short quickly disappeared. While it eventually surfaced in art exhibits at institutions such as the the Museum of Modern Art and the Los Angeles County Museum of Art, Hansel and Gretel has remained relatively un-seen.
Now Burton’s odd early short is online. Watch below. Read More »
Posted on Thursday, May 1st, 2014 by Angie Han
Christmas always a busy time for the box office, and now The Weinstein Co. has added a new present to the pile. Tim Burton‘s Big Eyes, a biopic of artists Walter and Margaret Keane, is now set to open December 25. Amy Adams and Christoph Waltz star. Hit the jump for more details.
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Posted on Friday, February 14th, 2014 by Angie Han
After reviving one ’80s classic, Michael Keaton is ready to revisit another. The Robocop star confirmed he’s been chatting with director Tim Burton about the upcoming Beetlejuice sequel — though it doesn’t sound like he’s 100% locked in just yet. Hit the jump to read his comments.
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Posted on Monday, October 21st, 2013 by Angie Han
Update from Editor Peter Sciretta: The Wrap has confirmed that Tim Burton IS in talks to direct Michael Keaton in Beetlejuice 2. The Geffen Company will produce the sequel with Seth Grahame-Smith.
20th Century Fox’s fantasy film “Miss Peregrine’s Home for Peculiar Children” may not be Burton’s next movie. Peter Chernin’s production company is producing the adaptation of Ransom Riggs’ bestselling novel. The truth is that Burton hasn’t decided what his next movie will be, and while it definitely won’t be “Beetlejuice 2,” his long-rumored interest in a sequel is no mere flirtation anymore.
So while its confirmed Burton’s in talks, its not a done deal. Original story follows below.
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Most of the time, art galleries do either group shows with a single theme or one artist’s complete vision. The latest exhibit at the Hero Complex Gallery in Los Angeles is a bit of both. The Young Guns of Print features the work of 18 individual up and coming artists, each of whom did two to fifteen pieces on a specific theme. That means instead of one cool piece for a film or filmmaker you like, you get multiple takes by artists who are still being established. Some examples of theme are superheroes, Tim Burton; the guns of Harrison Ford; Los Angeles; Harry Potter; and Lord of the Rings.
The exhibit opens Friday September 20 in Los Angeles and will go online Saturday September 21. Below, check out a sampling of work including an amazing series of Cloud Atlas posters by Paul Shipper. Read More »