Disney is adapting English author Lewis Carroll’s story Through the Looking-Glass for the big screen, premiering summer 2016.
Alice in Wonderland
Helena Bonham Carter (Les Misérables) is set to revise her role as the Red Queen in the sequel to Alice in Wonderland, reports Variety.
With Easter just a few days away (March 31), many people are sure to be hard-boiling some eggs and buying a PAAS dye kit. Rather than going with one of the predetermined themes that accompany these packs, why not venture into the world …
This is not an article claiming to recognise any higher truths about the futility of war, specifically war during the Victorian Era. How could it?
It was monkey see, monkey do, monkey fall in love when Helena Bonham Carter first flipped for director Tim Burton while starring in his 2001 remake of Planet of the Apes.
Helena Bonham Carter is one of Hollywood’s great eccentrics, and when she married Tim Burton, who directed her in the new Alice in Wonderland, it made total sense. They are both go-my-own-way, artist types.