Thursday, October 16, 2008

Christopher Lee in "Alice in Wonderland"?




Film legend Christopher Lee is just one of many actors who are getting talked about at least a little bit among circles of fans regarding Tim Burton's forthcoming Alice in Wonderland. But a reliable source is hinting that Lee will indeed be in the film.

On the forum of the official website of Christopher Lee, the administrator (Lee's son-in-law), said this:

Mr. Lee will be in this movie but confidentiality agreements prevent me from disclosing his character. I guess we will have to all wait for an official announcement from Disney but I think you all know what the character will be anyway.


Lee has worked with Tim Burton three times before, originally on Sleepy Hollow in 1999, and then Charlie and the Chocolate Factory and Corpse Bride in 2005.

He narrated the original poem of The Nightmare Before Christmas written by Burton on the recent DVD release of the film.

Lee was also set to be in Sweeney Todd: The Demon Barber of Fleet Street, until his sequence and thus his character was cut while planning in pre-production due to time constraints.

Fans of this deep-voiced thespian will likely rejoice if word of Lee's participation in Alice is true. Until then, we'll have to wait for Disney's official statement.

8 comments:

Anonymous said...

I think he will play the blue caterpillar...
Or the walrus...

Rafa Toro said...

I bet he´ll be "the White Knight"

, hope Burton cast David Warner again too

Anonymous said...

YES! HE WOULD BE PERFECT FOR THE WHITE KNIGHT!!!

Anonymous said...

Caterpillar?

Anonymous said...

DANNY ELFMAN WILL COMPOSE THE MUSIC!!!

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FGnYKRw7RLo&eurl=http://www.mouseinfo.com/forums/showthread.php?p=17292001

Anonymous said...

I think he will play maybe the blue caterpillar!!!

Rae said...

my friend is thinking doorknob or walrus and i think that he could be right. i'm not sure which but i could see either of the two.

Alice said...

Ah! Is it Lee who narrates the poem on the soundtrack of The Nightmare Before Christmas, too, then? I certainly hope so...