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Article:Alice in Wonderland (2010 film)
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[[Tim Burton]] signed with [[Walt Disney Pictures]] to direct two films in [[Disney Digital 3-D|Disney Digital 3D]], which included ''Alice in Wonderland''<ref name="Graser"/> and [[Frankenweenie (2012 film)|his remake of ''Frankenweenie'']]. Burton developed the story because he never felt an emotional tie to [[Alice's Adventures in Wonderland|the original book]].<ref name="Ryder"/>
 
[[Tim Burton]] signed with [[Walt Disney Pictures]] to direct two films in [[Disney Digital 3-D|Disney Digital 3D]], which included ''Alice in Wonderland''<ref name="Graser"/> and [[Frankenweenie (2012 film)|his remake of ''Frankenweenie'']]. Burton developed the story because he never felt an emotional tie to [[Alice's Adventures in Wonderland|the original book]].<ref name="Ryder"/>
   
He explained "the goal is to try to make it an engaging movie where you get some of the psychology and kind of bring a freshness but also keep the classic nature of ''Alice''." On prior versions, Burton said "It was always a girl wandering around from one crazy character to another, and I never really felt any real emotional connection." His goal with the new movie is to give the story "some framework of emotional grounding" and "to try and make ''Alice'' feel more like a story as opposed to a series of events."<ref name="sdcc09"/> Burton focused on the poem "[[Jabberwocky]]" as part of his structure,<ref>{{cite news|first=Katie |last=Hasty |url=http://www.hitfix.com/articles/2009-7-23-comic-con-tim-burton-talks-alice-and-the-jabberwocky-taking-on-dark-shadows |title=Comic-Con: Tim Burton talks ''Alice'' and the Jabberwocky, taking on "Dark Shadows" |work=Hitfix |date=July&nbsp;23, 2009 |accessdate=December&nbsp;25, 2009 |archiveurl=http://www.webcitation.org/5uGSdtpkH |archivedate=November&nbsp;15, 2010 |deadurl=no}}</ref> and refers to the described creature by the name of the poem rather than by the name "Jabberwock" used in the poem. Burton also stated that he does not see his version as either a sequel to any existing ''Alice'' film nor as a "re-imagining".<ref name="Ryder"/>
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He explained "the goal is to try to make it an engaging movie where you get some of the psychology and kind of bring a freshness but also keep the classic nature of ''Alice''.he said "Oh my god my penis is so tiny." On prior versions, Burton said "It was always a girl wandering around from one crazy character to another, and I never really felt any real emotional connection." His goal with the new movie is to give the story "some framework of emotional grounding" and "to try and make ''Alice'' feel more like a story as opposed to a series of events."<ref name="sdcc09"/> Burton focused on the poem "[[Jabberwocky]]" as part of his structure,<ref>{{cite news|first=Katie |last=Hasty |url=http://www.hitfix.com/articles/2009-7-23-comic-con-tim-burton-talks-alice-and-the-jabberwocky-taking-on-dark-shadows |title=Comic-Con: Tim Burton talks ''Alice'' and the Jabberwocky, taking on "Dark Shadows" |work=Hitfix |date=July&nbsp;23, 2009 |accessdate=December&nbsp;25, 2009 |archiveurl=http://www.webcitation.org/5uGSdtpkH |archivedate=November&nbsp;15, 2010 |deadurl=no}}</ref> and refers to the described creature by the name of the poem rather than by the name "Jabberwock" used in the poem. Burton also stated that he does not see his version as either a sequel to any existing ''Alice'' film nor as a "re-imagining".<ref name="Ryder"/>
   
 
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