Our Entertainment Editor, Kim Taylor-Foster, is putting together an article focusing on stop-motion films, specifically what makes people love them and why they are making a comeback in the animation world. We'd love for the community to give us their thoughts on a few questions and to use some of your answers in our article!
So the questions we would like you answer are:
Why does stop-motion seem to be more popular than ever at the moment?
Why do you think filmmakers are choosing to make films in stop-motion?
What is so special about the medium?
What is your favorite stop-motion film and why?
If you want to help out, then please leave your answers below! We can't guarantee to use every answer, but we will use as many as we can an…
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This wiki about Tim Burton is a disgrace. There is zero organization, the administrators are using actors Tim Burton only worked with once, and some wiki pages are just opinions of that character. In fact, at the very least, this website should be considered a blog instead of a wiki.Read more >
Two questions about Tim Burton.
1. I know there are already been attractions that are based on Tim Burton's works like the Beetlejuice show for Universal Studios theme parks and The Nightmare Before Christmas-themed seasonal attraction that took place at the Hunted Mansion ride at the Disney parks, but what if Tim Burton would think of developing his original attractions for other theme parks like Six Flags, SeaWorld, etc. in the future? In my head, I think he could think of develop his original hunted dark ride for Six Flags that would be suitable for riders age 13 or older. What would you think? Why or Why not?
2. At some point, what if Burton would think of making films that are based or loosely based on Japanese anime and/or mangas like …Read more >
Hey there! Wikia is currently running a contest where we're asking communities to Gothify their Wikias, similar to how Wikias changed up their look for Halloween, and we think it's something that your community will find interesting. Head over here for details! If you have any questions, feel free to ask away in the comments.Read more >
Frankenweenie is out in theaters tomorrow!!! From what critics have to say about the film, it seems like it's one that everyone would enjoy. Made in classic Tim Burton fashion, Disney's Frankenweenie is a movie perfect for Halloween! Check out what the critics had to say, and make sure to put your own reviews below!
"3.5 out of 4 stars"
Drawing on director Tim Burton's trademark fascination with the macabre, the tale is leavened with a touching sweetness and sharp wit. He hasn't fused those elements so appealingly since 2005's The Corpse Bride...It has Halloween classic writ large all over it, but Frankenweenie is a family-friendly fantasy that will enthrall audiences any time of year.
I'm not one who worships at the altar of Tim Burton, p…
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Hey, Tim Burton fans, we've got some cool news for you! Disney Publishing is going to be releasing a Frankenweenie iBook for his new film that will show you the creative process from concept to completion. It integrates videos, vibrant music, and original sketches to offer readers a fully immersive behind-the-scenes look into the making of the movie! Check out the sneak peek gallery here:
Frankenweenie: An Electrifying Book incorporates a brief history of the 1984 live-action short film and details the upcoming full-length stop-motion animated feature, including a foreword by Academy Award®-winning actor Martin Landau (the voice of Mr. Rzykruski in the film) and introductions to over 200 resident puppets of New Holland (with a special introdu…
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WIKIA is sponsoring a Special 3D Screening of FRANKENWEENIE in Los Angeles, presented by the Los Angeles Times HERO COMPLEX and IMAX.
10 winners and their guest will attend a Monstrous Evening that includes a Q&A with Special Guest Martin Landau!
Contest ends at 3 p.m. PST Wednesday, September 26th. So enter now!
Enter your information below. 10 lucky winners will be picked at random and sent a pass (as well as specific theater information) for 2 reserved seats for the screening, which will take place on Thursday, September 27 at 7 p.m. PDT in the Century City area (only Los Angeles-based Wikia users should apply).
NO PURCHASE NECESSARY. Only one entry per email and winner must be 18 years or older on date of entry. You will receive a confirma…Read more >
i think Tim burton should make or remake:
Make: Beetlejuice 2
Make: A Bioshock Movie
Make: A Kingdon Hearts Movie (CREEPY EPICNESS)
Make: A Movie with all of his charecters in it and they have to fight off the evil stuff... you know.... like the Avengers but with Creepy Epicness... not just Epicness... CREEPYYY!!!! XD
Remake: Pan's Laberynth
Well, that's it! :) i hope you guys liked it. plz comment and tell me if i did something wrong or misspelled something! ^_^Read more >
We've been given a rare opportunity to sit down for a Q&A session with visual effects impresario John M. Levin, one of Industrial Light and Magic's digital artists for The Nightmare Before Christmas. Now, I know what I'd ask him, but who cares what I want to know, the important thing is - what do YOU want to know?
Post any questions you might have for him about any of the films he's worked on, his job in general, what it's like to work at ILM, or anything else you might be curious about in the "questions" box HERE and we'll ask him for you - then check back the week of April 30th for the full interview!
- The Avengers (2012) - layout supervisor
- Red Tails (2012) - layout artist
- Cowboys & Aliens (2011) - layout supervisor
- Transformers: Dark o…
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this just what i think he should direct in the near future
1. A new batman
2.A final fantasy 7 remake movie
3. a nightmare on elm street
well that's basically what i think he should byesKhruler 22:29, August 2, 2010 (UTC)Read more >