Alice in Wonderland

Date:14 April 2010 Tags:,

From Walt Disney Pictures and visionary Tim Burton comes an epic 3D fantasy adventure , a magical and imaginative twist on some of the most beloved stories of all time.

Tim Burton is known for his wacky characters, and Lewis Carroll's is full of them. They play even better in three dimensions. Burton used a combination of live action and animation in the film, which wasn't truly shot in 3D — much like the live action/animated hybrid G-Force, Disney will convert Alice from flat 2D photography. "I felt with the techniques that we were using — live action but manipulating it, plus the other elements we're adding in — [converting the movie] gave us more freedom to get the depth layers we wanted in the time frame we're dealing with," Burton told Popular Mechanics. "But in the Alice world — the shrinking and the growing and the spatial stuff — 3D helps with the experience."

Catch in 3D on the big screen on 5 March 2010. In the meantime, watch the trailer to see what’s in store for you…

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