Tuesday, December 27, 2005

Vincent Schiavelli dies

We've heard the sad news that character actor Vincent Schiavelli, best known to Burton fans as the Organ Grinder in Batman Returns, has died of lung cancer. The 57 year old actor had a long and varied career in both TV and film, and while he never became a household name, his face was familiar to millions of movie fans. He will be missed.

Tuesday, November 29, 2005

Burton teams with Jim Carrey for next film?

Multiple sources are reporting today that Tim is in early negotiations to direct Jim Carrey in "Believe It or Not", an adventure loosely based on the life of Robert Ripley. You can read the full story at The Hollywood Reporter. Thanks to everyone who emailed us about the story.

Monday, November 28, 2005

CatCF award info

Charlie and the Chocolate Factory just won the BAFTA kids' vote for best film at the 10th Annual Children's BAFTA Awards in London.
It's also up for Favorite Family Movie at The 32nd Annual People's Choice Awards. You can vote for it here!

Tuesday, November 22, 2005

Scissorhands finally comes to the stage

Matthew Bourne's long-planned dance version of Edward Scissorhands will finally open on the London stage beginning November 30th. There are several interesting articles about the production online. The New York Times and Variety both have pieces on it, The Evening Standard reports ticket sales have already topped £1 million, and Playbill has photos from the stage production's recent tryout. Anyone who manages to get to see the production in London, be sure to send us a review!

Friday, November 18, 2005

Corpse Bride on shortlist for films elligible for Best Animated Feature Oscar

It's been announced that Tim Burton's Corpse Bride is one of ten animated feature films in the running to be nominated at next year's Oscars. Only three can make the final nominations, so let's hope Corpse Bride makes the grade.
There's also an interview with Burton from the Chicago Sun-Times, where he talks about the recently released Batman DVDs.

Tuesday, November 08, 2005

Corpse Bride DVD release announced!

According to DVD Times the Region 1 release of Corpse Bride will be on January 31. Extras include several behind the scenes featurettes with the cast and crew and a music only track.
In box office news, the film has now earned $52.5 million in North America and over $80 million worldwide.

Monday, November 07, 2005

News roundup November 7

We have several interesting items to report today. Firstly, as I'm sure most of you are aware, the Region 1 DVD of Charlie and the Chocolate Factory goes on release tomorrow, in both single disc and 2-disc deluxe editions. The DVD is sure to be a big seller, as Charlie is Burton's most successful movie to date, earning over $205 million in North America and an incredible $462 million worldwide!
Secondly, for those of you interested in learning more about '9', the 3D animated movie Burton is producing, you can check out the official website.
Finally, Charlie and the Chocolate Factory just won the Peoples Choice Award for Best International Film at The Irish Film & Television Awards. Thanks to Sean Kelly in Derry, Ireland for the tip.

Thursday, October 27, 2005

William Hootkins passes away

Sad news today that character actor William Hootkins has died after a battle with cancer. Burton fans will know him best for his role as the corrupt Lt. Eckhardt in Batman. He also had small but memorable roles in Star Wars (1977) and Raiders of the Lost Ark (1981). You can read more about him here.

Sunday, October 23, 2005

Corpse Bride October 21-23 weekend box office update

Corpse Bride fell out of the top 10 at the North American box office this weekend, but still earned over $2 million according to estimates. That pushes its domestic total to $50.6 million, which means it's surpassed the box office total of The Nightmare Before Christmas already. Of course, ticket prices were much lower back in 1993, but it's still an impressive achievement for a stop-motion animated film to be so successful in this age of computer animation.
The film was released in the U.K. this weekend, with many other countries to follow in the month ahead, which should boost its worldwide box office significantly.

Friday, October 21, 2005

Burton Q&A, plus Golden Ticket Giveaway

You can read a short but interesting Q&A with Burton at Timeout.com.
There's also the news that five Golden Tickets will be hidden inside Charlie and the Chocolate Factory DVDs. You can find out more about the giveaway and the prizes on the official site.

Monday, October 17, 2005

Burton Newsweek interview

In this web exclusive interview, Burton talks about his recent work, as well as his Batman films, which are both out on DVD tomorrow.

Sunday, October 16, 2005

Corpse Bride October 14-16 weekend box office

Just a quick update on Corpse Bride's box office. The estimates for this weekend have it grossing $3.4 million (down 46.9% from last week) bringing its North American total to $47.6 million. While that's a lot less than the most successful animated movies of recent years, it's still pretty good for a stop-motion animated film. It should pass the $50 million lifetime box office of The Nightmare Before Christmas within the next week or two.

Thursday, October 13, 2005

Burton retrospective and site update

7M Pictures website has an audio feature on Burton. You can listen to it here.
We've also updated our articles section to include some new Charlie and Corpse Bride articles.

Sunday, October 09, 2005

Corpse Bride weekend box office update and event news

Corpse Bride held up pretty well in its fourth weekend, considering it was up against another stop-motion animated film, Wallace and Gromit. It grossed another $6.5 million, according to estimates from Box Office Mojo. This brings its North American total to $42.1 million.
In other news, those of you living in or near Montreal might want to check out an Animation Innovator event with Corpse Bride co-director Mike Johnson later this month. He'll be appearing to discuss the film and show actual puppets from the production. You can find out more about it here.

Saturday, October 08, 2005

Wednesday, October 05, 2005

Collective wins award and more!

Some very exciting news today - The Tim Burton Collective was the Editor's Pick for Best Director Fansite in the Second Annual Movie Site Awards! We didn't win the popular vote, but there's always next year.
In other news, Deep Roy, who has starred in all four of Burton's most recent films, will be appearing in Los Angeles to sign autographs to benefit victims of Hurricane Katrina. If you're interested in attending, you can find out more about it here.

Monday, October 03, 2005

Corpse Bride weekend box office Sep 30 - Oct 2

According to estimates from Box Office Mojo, Corpse Bride earned another $9.7 million in its second week of North American wide release, dropping to number three. Its total now stands at $32.9 million.

Thursday, September 29, 2005

Corpse Bride art contest ends tonight!

Just to let everyone know, the Corpse Bride art contest will end tonight at midnight (Eastern Standard Time). Any submissions sent after that time will not be entered into the contest. Thanks, and good luck to everyone who's entered!

Wednesday, September 28, 2005

Batman & Batman Returns Special Edition DVDs

Some of you may know this already, but 2-disc editions of Batman and Batman Returns are both now available to order from Amazon! They're packed with exciting special features and will be released on October 18th! For those of you who absolutely have to own the special editions of Joel Schumacher's two campfests, they are also available, both individually and as part of the Batman Anthology box set.

Monday, September 26, 2005

Corpse Bride weekend box office and review

According to estimates from Box Office Mojo, Corpse Bride earned approximately $20.1 million its first weekend in wide release. While that meant it was in second place behind the Jodie Foster film Flightplan, it's still a promising start for the film. In fact, it was the biggest opening ever for a stop motion animated film. So much for the claim that it's a dying artform.
We also have the official Collective review of the film for you to read.

Friday, September 23, 2005

Corpse Bride on wide release now!

Tim Burton's second film of 2005 is now on release at theaters everywhere in the US and Canada! As if you needed any incentive to rush out and see the film, here's an article on the critical acclaim the film's been receiving.
Look for a review and box office news to appear on the Collective later this weekend.

Wednesday, September 21, 2005

Edward Scissorhands 15th anniversary DVD and site update

Hard to believe, but it's been fifteen years since Burton and Depp first collaborated on this fairytale classic. To celebrate, 20th Century Fox are releasing a new collectible tin anniversary edition. While it doesn't seem to contain any extras that weren't available on the previous DVD, the tin box and six photos included make it a great buy for those who don't already own the film, or obsessed completists (you know who you are). It's out in November, but you can pre-order the DVD from Amazon.
In other news, we've just added two new actor bios to our Regulars section: a profile of Lisa Marie and another one of Glenn Shadix.

Sunday, September 18, 2005

Corpse Bride limited release box office

As we've already mentioned, Burton's latest film opened this weekend in five locations in North America. Well, according to estimates from Box Office Mojo, Corpse Bride grossed an incredible $411,000 just from those theaters alone. Its per-theater average of $82,200 was the 13th highest of all time. This bodes well for the success of the film when it goes on wide release next weekend.

Friday, September 16, 2005

Charlie DVD info and Burton interview

We have two interesting links from Fi Sci Net. The first has some information on the eagerly awaited Charlie and the Chocolate Factory DVD. It'll be a 2-disc set released November 8th!
There's also an interview with Burton where he talks about Corpse Bride and his other films.
And don't forget that Corpse Bride is on limited release from today in five lucky cities!

Monday, September 12, 2005

Corpse Bride press conference and contest update

You can listen to a press conference from the Toronto Film Festival here, featuring interviews with the cast and crew, including Burton, Depp and Elfman!
Also, we have some more information on the prizes being offered in our Corpse Bride art contest:
Grand prize pack:
1 T-Shirt
1 Umbrella
1 Magnet Set
1 poster

2 runners up: posters

Thursday, September 08, 2005

Corpse Bride clip and more!

For those of you that haven't seen it yet, Moviefone has an exclusive clip from Corpse Bride!
There's also a rave review of the film from Rolling Stone Magazine, which says The Oscar for this year's Best Animated Feature Film belongs right here". And you can read a report on its premiere at the Venice Film Festival.

Tuesday, September 06, 2005

CatCF passes $200 million at the box office!

The exciting news is that this Labor Day weekend, Charlie and the Chocolate Factory became only the second Tim Burton film to gross over $200 million at the North American box office! It earned an estimated $1.75 million, pushing its total to $200.7 million. And with the release of the Corpse Bride less than three weeks away, we'll soon be in for a double treat at the movie theater.

Thursday, September 01, 2005

Corpse Bride art contest

We're running a Corpse Bride contest and Warner Bros. will again be providing exclusive prizes to the winners! The challenge for this contest will be to design an original character in the style of the Corpse Bride (i.e. not a character we have already seen from the film). You can create this character any way you want. You can draw it, paint it, even sculpt it and send us a photo.
Once you've created a character to inhabit the world of the Corpse Bride, email your submission to us. The deadline for all submissions will be September 30. As with the previous contests we have run, prizes can only be mailed to winners in the USA or Canada. However, if you're not in those countries but still want to share your art, feel free to send it in anyway. We'll keep you updated when we have more information on the prizes that'll be offered. Good luck!

Sunday, August 28, 2005

CatCF August 26 - 28 weekend box office

Charlie and the Chocolate Factory fell out of the top ten at the North American box office this weekend, but still earned another $2.6 million, pushing it's total to a dreamy $197 million. It's worldwide total is now an even more incredible $309 million! A nice birthday present for Burton, who turned 47 on August 25th.

Thursday, August 25, 2005

Corpse Bride Soundtrack news and hosting update

Warner Bros. have issued a press release about the Corpse Bride soundtrack, which contains some interesting comments from Danny Elfman. It's set for release on September 20th.
In other news, the Collective has just moved to a new host. Hopefully this will put an end to the problems that have caused the site to be down frequently this month.

Tuesday, August 23, 2005

CatCF August 19 - 21 box office

This update is a little later than usual because of problems with our host, but Charlie and the Chocolate Factory grossed approximately $4.4 million this weekend according to final figures from Box Office Mojo. That's puts it's total North American box office at over $192 million. Worldwide it's made a towering $284 million!

Sunday, August 14, 2005

CatCF August 12 - 14 box office update

According to estimates from Box Office Mojo, Charlie and the Chocolate Factory earned another $7.2 million this weekend, boosting its total North American gross to a delicious $183 million. That already makes it Burton's second most successful film after Batman, and it's on track to break through the $200 million barrier before it leaves theaters. Worldwide, the movie has already earned over $250 million. Why should we care about the film's success? Well, the better Charlie does, the more freedom and power it gives Burton with his future projects. And that's good news for everyone.

Saturday, August 13, 2005

Forums are back up!

Just to let everyone know that the forums are back up. You can find them here. Unfortunately we weren't able to get all the old posts back. And anyone who registered after June 18th of this year will have to register again. We may get the full forum back at a later date, but feel free to use this forum as a temporary measure.

Thursday, August 11, 2005

Matthew McGrory passes away

Actor Matthew McGrory who is best remembered to Burton fans as Karl the Giant in Big Fish, has passsed away. Aged 32, he died of apparent natural causes.

His latest movie on release was Rob Zombie's The Devils Rejects, which is still in theatres.

McGrory had recently been working on a biopic of wrestler-turned-actor Andre the Giant, who was familiar to movie fans from The Princess Bride.

Tuesday, August 09, 2005

TBC, Charlie box office update and more.

The Tim Burton Collective was down a few days due to an unexpected server change. We apologize all the users for the downtime. The forums aren't up yet, but they should be working again within a day or two.

While the forums are down, use the time to browse our other sections and explore the greatness that is the Tim Burton Collective.

At the box office, Charlie and the Chocolate Factory collected additional $11 million last weekend, boosting the total to $169.4M. The movie has now has a world wide gross of $236.7M.

Burton fans are lucky this year, as the next Burton feature is being released in just over 6 weeks. Stay tuned for more news reports and reviews of Corpse Bride.

Monday, August 01, 2005

CatCF box office update

According to estimates from Box Office Mojo, Charlie and the Chocolate Factory dropped to number two at the North American box office this weekend, behind Wedding Crashers. However, it still earned around $16.4 million, boosting it's total box office to almost $150 million!

Saturday, July 30, 2005

New pictures of Corpse Bride toys!

McFarlane toys have released some pictures of their upcoming Corpse Bride action figure range. You can see them at Spawn.com. The toys will be released in September.

Wednesday, July 27, 2005

Early review of Corpse Bride

Aint it Cool News has posted a sneak review of Corpse Bride. The review is fairly positive, but be warned that it contains some plot information.

Sunday, July 24, 2005

CatCF remains number one for second week!

Box Office Mojo has the estimates for this weekend and Charlie and the Chocolate Factory stayed at number one at the box office, earning another $28.3 million. It's total box office is now $114.1 million, so it's well on its way to becoming one of Burton's most successful movies ever!

Thursday, July 21, 2005

Results of the CATCF Art Contest

Hello folks, the results for our Charlie and the Chocolate Factory contest can be found here:


Thanks everyone for taking part in this contest! The quality of all the entries was really good, so don't be disappointed even if your entry didn't make it to the top-5 :)

Remember that the deadline for our Oompa Loompa song contest is tonight.

Sunday, July 17, 2005

CatCF weekend box office

Box Office Mojo has the estimates for the weekend and Charlie and the Chocolate Factory grossed an amazing $55 million! To put that into perspective, that's only slightly less than Burton's last film, Big Fish, grossed in its entire run!

Saturday, July 16, 2005

CatCF box office and review

According to showbizdata, Charlie grossed an estimated $20.8 million on its opening day, which is the second highest opening day box office for a Burton film after Planet of the Apes. We'll keep you updated when estimates for the whole weekend come in.

We also have our very own review of the film available for you to read.

Friday, July 15, 2005

CatCF now on release!

Charlie and the Chocolate Factory is now on release all across North America. Look for an exclusive review coming soon, as well as news updates on the film's box office and other developments as they happen!

Wednesday, July 13, 2005

Charlie Soundtrack and more

Just a reminder that the official Charlie and the Chocolate Factory soundtrack was released just yesterday.

The cd can be bought from Amazon through this link:
Charlie & The Chocolate Factory Soundtrack at Amazon

If you want to discuss the soundtrack, or anything else related to the movie, pleaes visit our Charlie
. If you have already seen the movie, feel free to share your thoughts about the film, or even write a review of your own. But remember not to include any heavy spoilers (and if you haven't yet seen the movie, beware the spoilers). Thank you!

As an additional tidbit, here is a link to an interview with Johnny Depp about CATCF: http://www.comingsoon.net/news/topnews.php?id=10312

Tuesday, July 12, 2005

CatCF Kid's Meals at Wendy's

For those of you who love collecting cheap plastic toys with fast food meals (and who doesn't?), Wendy's restaurants in the U.S. have five different Charlie and the Chocolate Factory toys available with their kid's meals.

Saturday, July 09, 2005

CatCF Contests Reminder

Just a little reminder for all those who want to participate: our Charlie and the Chocolate Factory contests will be ending soon. Contest #1 ends this coming week(July 14th)!

Go here and also see the topic about it at our forums for more info on both of the contests.

Inside the Mind of Tim Burton

Coming Soon! has just published a great new interview with Tim Burton.

In the interview Tim Burton answers many interesting new questions about Charlie and the Chocolate Factory, which is coming out in just 5 days.

You can read the interview here: http://www.comingsoon.net/news/topnews.php?id=10288

Wednesday, July 06, 2005

Scissorhands musical update

We have some more information about the long-rumoured musical based on Edward Scissorhands. It's now been confirmed that it will begin its run in November in the U.K. Read more about it here.

Thursday, June 30, 2005

Empire magazine reviews CatCF

U.K. magazine Empire has posted a very positive review of Charlie and the Chocolate Factory on their website. As with all reviews, beware of spoilers.

Saturday, June 25, 2005

Another Charlie review!

Aint It Cool News has put up a new review of Charlie and the Chocolate Factory. The reviewer calls it Burton's best film since Edward Scissorhands! Watch for the reviews to start coming thick and fast as we near the release of the movie.

Thursday, June 23, 2005

Charlie and the Chocolate Factory contests!

We've decided to run two Charlie and the Chocolate Factory-related contests on the Collective, and Warner Bros. will be providing exclusive prizes to the winners! Here are the details:

Contest #1 is now closed
This is an art contest. Your task is simple, go to one of the character sites below:
Augustus Gloop
Violet Bearuregarde
Mike Teavee
Oompa Loompas
Veruca Salt
Visit the downloads section and use the artwork found there as the inspiration for your own drawing, painting, etc. The prizes for the most creative submission will be as follows:

1st Place:
1 dessert plate set
1 Mike Teavee shirt
1 Floaty Pen
1 Wristband
1 Charlie and the Chocolate Factory new edition movie-tie in book
1 Poster

2nd Place:
1 Veruca tee
1 Floaty Pen
1 Wristband
1 One-sheet

The closing date for this contest is July 14th.

Contest #2 is still open
Write your own Oompa Loompa song! Come up with the lyrics for an original tune for the Oompa Loompas to sing. You can even sing the lyrics yourself if you want, but that's not essential. The most imaginative submission will win the following:

1st Place:
Oompa Loompa tee
Floaty pen

Runner up:

The closing date for this contest is July 22nd.

You can enter either of these competitions (or even both if you want!) but only one entry per person per contest, please. Unfortunately, Warner Bros. can only ship the prize to people living in the United States or Canada. If you want to enter, send your submission to the following email address: collectivecontest@gmail.com

Have fun and good luck!

Thursday, June 16, 2005

New edition of Burton on Burton coming out!

We have word from author Mark Salisbury himself that a new edition of his excellent book will be coming out this summer. It will feature new chapters on Planet of the Apes, Big Fish, Charlie and the Chocolate Factory and Corpse Bride, as well as a new foreword from Johnny Depp. There will also be artwork from Burton himself accompanying the chapters. You can see a picture of the new cover here!

Wednesday, June 15, 2005

Corpse Bride Official Site Update

The Official Corpse Bride website has been updated with new photos from the movie, a new poster, some wallpapers for your desktop and AIM buddy icons!

Friday, May 27, 2005

Wednesday, May 25, 2005

New book about Tim Burton to be released next week.

"Tim Burton: Interviews" is a new interview book about Tim Burton to be released next week. Published in the Conversations With Filmmakers Series, this book features exclusive interviews with Burton that highlight the different aspects of what makes him such a unique director and an individual.

This book has been edited by Kristian Fraga who has kindly agreed to a Q&A with Tim Burton Collective users. Keep an eye on our forum (Tim Burton Discussion) for more details about this, a Q&A topic should be up at the forum tomorrow.

Meanwhile, you can Buy Tim Burton: Interviews from Amazon

Thursday, May 19, 2005

CatCF site update and rating!

The official site for Charlie and the Chocolate Factory has been redesigned, with lots of new content promised soon! The site also reveals the movie has been rated PG by the Motion Picture Association of America for "Quirky situations, action and mild language".

Tuesday, May 17, 2005

Reviews for CatCF

Ain't it Cool News has two very detailed reviews of the upcoming Charlie and the Chocolate Factory. The reviews are from viewers who got a chance to see the test screenings of the movie this past week in Chicago. The reviews do contain spoilers.

Review #1
Review #2

Sunday, April 24, 2005

Corpse Bride Set Visit

Here's a story we almost missed from Aint It Cool News. It features a detailed report about a visit to the production, with lots of brand new information and pictures. Especially interesting is the news that Corpse Bride will feature several songs! Be warned, though, there may be some plot spoilers.

Friday, April 08, 2005

CatCF Character Posters!

As if one new poster wasn't enough, Warner Bros. have also released six individual character posters for the film. Click on the links to view each one!






Willy Wonka

CatCF TV spot screencaps

The Collective has screencaps from the (somewhat)new tv spot up now.

Tuesday, April 05, 2005

CatCF TV Spot

A new TV spot for Charlie and the Chocolate Factory can be seen here. Just scroll down to the very bottom of the list and click on the TV spot button. Quicktime is required to view the spot.

Monday, April 04, 2005

CatCF Poster and More!

The second poster for Charlie and the Chocolate Factory has appeared, featuring Willy Wonka and the cast of kids. You can view it here.

In other news(Corpse Bride this time), John August's site has Victor's full name as Victor Van Dort.

Tuesday, March 29, 2005

CatCF Game Screenshots

Screenshots have been released from the upcoming Charlie and the Chocolate Factory game for Playstation 2. You can view them at Gamershell.com.

Sunday, March 20, 2005

CatCF Trading Cards

This just in from xpotserx:

People pre-order Charlie and the Chocolate Factory trading cards here. Expected shipping date for the cards is May 31.

Looks like there won't be any lack of merchandising for this movie!

Tuesday, March 15, 2005

CatCF Official Site: Actual Content Found!

The Official Charlie and the Chocolate Factory site now has actual content...sort of. Just go to the site, scroll to the bottom and click on the little Wonka Industries logo and it will take you to this page.

The content of the site includes but may not be limited to:
A "factory store" which contains desktop wallpapers, buddy icons and more to come soon.
A "factory tour" which is only open to golden ticket winners...
Work for Wonka which contains various job titles of factory workers and their descriptions

Check out the employee of the month slideshow.

Saturday, March 12, 2005

The Estate Sale: What Really Happened

From the Pasadena Star:

One actress's garbage is another man's treasure.

"Geoff, 36, said he recognized some items from Burton movies "Mars Attacks!' and "Sleepy Hollow,' but Hollywood items were mostly few and far between."

Tuesday, March 08, 2005

Edward Scissorhands Ballet

Matthew Bourne is developing Edward Scissorhands into a ballet to debut this year. Here is an excerpt from an article in which he talks about it(from villagevoice.com):

"I put the idea to do [Scissorhands] onstage to [composer] Danny Elfman first," Bourne continues, "and then to Tim. I was quite open-minded toward a musical, but they wanted it like the other pieces. They were excited by the prospect of non-verbal theater. It came from them, really. We've written the scenario for this version. It's quite different from the 1990 film. Danny's written some more music and it's starting to be designed. We hope to go into rehearsal by September. We're quite far down the road."

To read the entire article, click here.

Friday, March 04, 2005

Update: Tim Burton Estate Sale

via email from timburton.com

Official Word from Tim...

"It recently came to my attention that a warehouse sale, claiming to include "previously -owned" items of mine, is scheduled to take place. Allegedly, these items include props, memorabilia and costumes from various films I have directed, as well as some drawings of mine that were private gifts--never meant for public display or purchase. Since I have not been contacted by the sellers, it is important to note that I can in no way vouch for the authenticity of these items. I am completely against the selling of personal items in such a public way."

So if anyone was planning to go and possibly buy something, the items may or may not be authentic.

Thursday, March 03, 2005

Tim Burton Estate Sale

Not necessarily new news, but since it is just one week away, here is a reminder about the estate sale which will feature items previously owned by Tim Burton and Lisa Marie.

More info(location & times) can be found here as well as pictures of two items to be sold: a disco ball & a chair. The chair was used in the movie Ed Wood.

Wednesday, March 02, 2005

New Stuff and a Lot of Links

We at the Tim Burton Collective have decided that our previous news page(which will be archived of course) was a bit dated and we needed to "get with the times". The Collective is getting increasingly bigger and more popular with each month. There are many new members joining our forum. We understand that not everyone wants to go through the hassle of joining a forum, so we got this swanky newfangled news system that allows anyone to post comments to each news tid-bit posted here.

With this new format you, the readers, will be able to subscribe to a live feed of this news page and use an aggregator or newsreader(more info here) to keep track of live updates of this news page. I've also set up a syndicated account for the feed at LiveJournal.com for anyone who wants to be updated on their friends page whenever this is updated. Just add this user to your friends list and you're set!

We're(and I'm sure you're) looking forward to the upcoming months, what with the upcoming release of Charlie and the Chocolate Factory and Corpse Bride. So be sure to check here for any and all interesting updates regarding those films as well as anything else relating to Tim Burton.

And if you see something important that you think belongs on the news page and we haven't posted it yet, please feel free to email us.