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Flawed Yet Still Very Enjoyable | Review of ‘Miss Peregrine’s Home for Peculiar Children’ (film)


Miss Peregrine’s Home for Peculiar Children gives a tad more depth to the characters but lacks the connections the novel has.

Michael Keaton Still Game For Beetlejuice 2 – CinemaBlend.com


By: Kristy Puchko Before Johnny Depp came along and became Tim Burton’s ever-odd muse, the director with a taste for the dark side was fixated on Michael Keaton. The pair made Batman, Batman Returns and Beetlejuice together, but haven’t collaborated on a film since. Even though more than twenty years have passed between now and their last joint effort, Keaton is game to reunite with Burton for the oft-rumored sequel to Beetlejuice. In promotion of his upcoming vehicle Need for Speed, Keaton []

The Amazing Spider-Man 3 Brings Back Marc Webb To Direct – CinemaBlend.com


By: Eric Eisenberg When you think about it, it’s pretty rare for the same director to helm a full trilogy of modern superhero movies. Tim Burton only made two Batmans, Jon Favreau only made two Iron Mans, and Bryan Singer only made two X-Men – not to mention the incredibly long list of filmmakers who only got a shot to direct one film in a trilogy. There are some exceptions to this of course, two being Sam Raimi (Spider-Man) and Christopher Nolan []

Alice In Wonderland 2 Now Titled Through The Looking Glass, Sacha Baron Cohen In Talks


By: Eric Eisenberg Sacha Baron Cohen fit right into bizarre Tim Burton aesthetic when the actor played a small supporting role alongside Johnny Depp in the horror musical Sweeny Todd: The Demon Barber of Fleet Street. Now the Borat star is looking to head into yet another one of the director’s created universes – albeit this time without Burton at the helm. Variety’s source have informed them that the British comedian is now in talks to star in Through The Looking Glass, []

Winona Ryder Interested In Coming Back For Beetlejuice 2


By: Nick Venable There were a lot of left field sequels and remakes announced this year, but the strangest one of all – besides the recently announced follow-up to It’s a Wonderful Life – is the not-quite set in stone Beetlejuice 2, with a reteaming of director Tim Burton and the host with the most Michael Keaton. But Beetlejuice just wouldn’t be the same if he didn’t have the eternally goth Lydia around to poke fun at, so it’s pretty exciting that []

Tim Burton In Talks To Direct Beetlejuice 2 With Michael Keaton


By: Eric Eisenberg It would appear that Tim Burton is feeling very nostalgic these days. Last year he directed feature adaptations of both his favorite show as a kid (Dark Shadows) and one of his early short films (Frankenweenie) and now there are reports that he’s in talks to direct a sequel to one of his earliest hits. Following up on rumors that we heard last night, The Wrap is now reporting that Burton is negotiating a deal that will have him []

Writing begins on “Beetlejuice” sequel?


By: Arielle Stomski Chester It was announced in 2011 that a sequel to the cult horror film “Beetlejuice” (1988) was in development. Tim Burton would produce the film and Michael Keaton would reprise his role as the eccentric title character. The sequel would be written by Seth Grahame-Smith , who has recently worked with Burton on “Abraham Lincoln: Vampire Hunter” and “Dark Shadows”. No new developments had been announced on the project until now. On March 12, Grahame-Smith posted a viral picture []

Doctor Who Star Matt Smith Joins Ryan Gosling’s Noir Fantasy How To Catch A Monster


By: Nick Venable You know the old joke, “What do you get when you cross the eleventh Doctor and Young Hercules?” No? That’s because it’s not a joke, people. It’s real life news. According to Variety, Matt Smith, the eleventh and current incarnation of Britain’s cult hero Doctor Who, is coming to America and then heading to the underworld for How to Catch a Monster, the directorial debut from Ryan Gosling – who is producing the film under his Phantasma Films banner. []

Frakenweenie


This was such a great movie!  The sweetness and nostalgia in this movie was amazing.  Not sure if this movie is really for kids but oh well, I loved it.  I mean I loved it.  The fact that it was in black and white was awesome, it gave it such a nostalgic feeling, I mean the godzilla reference was awesome!  I loved this movie so much.  It was sweet, sad and adorable.  I loved everything about this movie.  The characterization, the animation []