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Lecture: 'This is my art, and it is dangerous!': Tim Burton's Artist-Heroes

Lecture from 2012 on the theme of the artist-hero in Tim Burton’s films. It runs around 50 minutes. An audio-only version is available here. 172 more words

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Tom Hanks Offered To Play the Villain in Disney's DUMBO'

Following the announcement of Will Smith joining Tim Burton’s upcoming live-action DUMBO, now comes the word that Tom Hanks has been offered to play the central villain. 182 more words

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Live-Action Disney Version of Dumbo Trying To Cast Will Smith and Tom Hank

Woah. I didn’t think Dumbo had enough dialogue to work with to offer parts to such dynamic actors such as these, but hey, that has to be a good sign, right? 293 more words

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Beetlejuice (1988)

Juno: What’s wrong?
Barbara: We’re very unhappy.
Juno: What did you expect? You’re dead.

Starring: Winona Ryder as Lydia Deetz, Geena Davis as Barbara Maitland, Alec Baldwin as Adam Maitland and Michael Keaton as Beetlejuice, dir. 42 more words

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Will Smith in Talks To Join Disney's Live-Action of 'DUMBO'

Will Smith is in talks to lead Disney’s upcoming big-screen live-action take on DUMBO for director Tim Burton.

Dumbo was released in 1941 and marked Disney’s fourth full-length animated feature and told the story of a young circus elephant who, mocked for his enormous ears, discovers that he can actually use them to fly. 126 more words

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Will Smith in talks to star in Disney's live-action Dumbo

Images: Warner Bros. Pictures; Walt Disney Productions

Disney will continue its recent string of live-action remakes with Beauty and the Beast later this year, but don’t expect the studio to slow down after that. 150 more words

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Miss Peregrine's Home for Peculiar Children review 

2/5- Tim Burton strikes out again. Miss Peregrine’s Home for Peculiar Children is not one of the better films from 2016. Full of plot holes and a less than interesting story about diversity while not having any real diversity in the film. 34 more words

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