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Ratty White Queen

07.14.2009

ALICE IN WONDERLAND In Tim Burton's re-imagined ALICE IN WONDERLAND, adapted from Lewis Carroll's original, it makes sense that The White Queen, portrayed by Anne Hathaway, would stare expectantly at a rat in her palm in a picture the folks at "Empire Online" recently debuted.

Of course, the White Queen's rat fetish is just the tip of the twisted iceberg that awaits our seventeen year-old fair haired Alice (Mia Wasikowska) as she once again tumbles down the rabbit hole and encounters familiar faces - the Mad Hatter (Johnny Depp), The White Rabbit (Michael Sheen), The Chesire Cat (Stephen Fry), The Caterpillar (Alan Rickman), The Red Queen (Helena Bonham Carter) and many more - that she can't quite place, even though she's been there before.

Click on The White Queen's bleached locks for a better look at her and her rat. Alice keeps tumbling down the rabbit hole on March 5th, 2010.

CLICK IMAGE TO OPEN GALLERY & SEE MORE PICS...

Extra Tidbit: How many ALICE IN WONDERLAND adaptations does this movie make? 6? 15? 27?
Source: Empire Online

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8:16AM on 07/15/2009

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looks like she is sooo gonna eat that mouse. and yet this is one of the hottest pics of her ive seen! i know...i need help.
looks like she is sooo gonna eat that mouse. and yet this is one of the hottest pics of her ive seen! i know...i need help.
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11:55PM on 07/14/2009
@SuperMarcey: Isn't that the idea? It is a Tim Burton flick after all.

So far, I like what I've seen of this flick.
@SuperMarcey: Isn't that the idea? It is a Tim Burton flick after all.

So far, I like what I've seen of this flick.
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10:58PM on 07/14/2009
Anne looks creeeepy, those dark eye browns don't match the bleeched hair and it looks even more creepy
Anne looks creeeepy, those dark eye browns don't match the bleeched hair and it looks even more creepy
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9:57PM on 07/14/2009
Count me in. I'd like to see American McGee's and the Looking Glass Wars put to film but I've faith in Burton that this will be worth the price of a ticket.
Count me in. I'd like to see American McGee's and the Looking Glass Wars put to film but I've faith in Burton that this will be worth the price of a ticket.
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9:53PM on 07/14/2009

Cool Pic

I even remember there was a live action Disney tv show back in the day, although I can't recall anything specific about it.
I even remember there was a live action Disney tv show back in the day, although I can't recall anything specific about it.
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9:40PM on 07/14/2009
If it isn't American McGee's Alice, then count me out.
If it isn't American McGee's Alice, then count me out.
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9:28PM on 07/14/2009
I know this got nothing to do with the film but I just realized I have read both books about Alice and I cant remember anything, if it aint the old animated film from Disney.
I know this got nothing to do with the film but I just realized I have read both books about Alice and I cant remember anything, if it aint the old animated film from Disney.
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9:07PM on 07/14/2009

On the extra tidbit

This is 22nd adaptation but only the 2nd one made by Disney.

Couple of facts:

The first one was made in 1901.
There has been an adaptation every 4-10 years. The longest gap being 16 years.
The one we all know ( and maybe love) was made in 1951.

Alice's Adventures in Wonderland ( the actual title of the book) was used only 2 times.

There has been a british, french, russian, and Japanese versions of the book.

There was a X-rated version...yes I know..

The last version of the
This is 22nd adaptation but only the 2nd one made by Disney.

Couple of facts:

The first one was made in 1901.
There has been an adaptation every 4-10 years. The longest gap being 16 years.
The one we all know ( and maybe love) was made in 1951.

Alice's Adventures in Wonderland ( the actual title of the book) was used only 2 times.

There has been a british, french, russian, and Japanese versions of the book.

There was a X-rated version...yes I know..

The last version of the film before this was a Seasame Street version that
came out last year.


yea...I have time on my hands.
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8:20PM on 07/14/2009
they look so good each one of them. burton might have found the perfect tale for his gothic fantasy imagination here.
they look so good each one of them. burton might have found the perfect tale for his gothic fantasy imagination here.
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