Friday, 13 March 2009

Alice In Wonderland

I have article in the premier issue of new Disney publication D23 (Disney twenty-three) regarding a film you might interested in — Tim Burton's Alice In Wonderland. It's the first article anywhere on Alice and features an interview with Tim as well as the first official look at the movie, with concept art and a photo of Mia Wasikowska's Alice. Scans of the feature and the art have already appeared online.


Disney twenty-three subscriptions are only available by becoming a member of D23: The Official Community for Disney Fans. Individual issues retail for $15.95 and are exclusively available at all U.S. Barnes & Noble booksellers, Disneyshopping.com, all domestic Disney Stores, Disneyland Resort and Walt Disney World Resort. Back issues will be available at Disneyshopping.com.

11 comments:

Karen at Johnny Depp Reads said...

Really nice article mark! And the pics are terrific!

~Karen

Fran said...

After reading a completelylegalhonest copy...

Brilliant article! Love the teasing images as well. Bring on 2010...

Mark Salisbury said...

Thanks!

Gerard said...

Is there any way to order just the magazine from the website? I'm having some trouble figuring it out and am dying to get my hands on a copy!

Mark Salisbury said...

@ gerard

I honestly don't know. Have you tried the Barnes & Noble website? Or is that the one to which you refer?

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Gerard said...

I've checked on B&N and Disney Shopping to no avail, thus far.

Shall have to check in with the local import magazine stockist, and, failing all else, eBay!

Superkeen to actually read your article. By the by (and perhaps you cover this therein), but is it true stop-motion animation will be incorporated as per that interview circa Christmas with Alan Rickman?

Tom said...

The article says it's being brought to the screen using a combination of techniques, including live actors, motion capture, fully animated CG characters, and CG environments.

Mark Salisbury said...

Thank you Tom, you beat me too it.

Gerard said...

So that's a no then? DAMN YOU RICKMAN!

Simone Spoladori said...

Dear Mr. Salisbury,
probably I'm out of topic here, but I'm searching for a quick way to contact you, and this seems to me, now, the only one.
My name is Simone Spoladori, I'm a young italian film critic and I'm writing a book about Tim Burton that will be published on december.
I'm a fan of your outstanding publications about Tim, but I'm searching for you for another stuff. In my book I would like to talk about Alice in Wonderland, but I don't know how, because I have to deliver my work in October and the movie will be realeased on January. I'm searching for advices for my work and I have some question for you about that movie and other things. It would be better to ask you those things in a private discussion, I suppose.
My email is simone.spoladori@fastwebnet.it, I really hope you would/could help me sending me an address where to write you.
Best reguards and thank you for now
Simone Spoladori