So, Dumbo has Michael Keaton, Danny Devito, and Tim Burton.
To more or less quote Polygon: Tim Burton? Wait, what?
Did that get your attention? – Because it certainly got mine. As did the possible cast: Will Smith as… no, not the elephant; as the Good Dad; and Tom Hanks as the villain. Which I must admit: I have no idea who that would be, because we didn’t watch Disney movies growing up and I’ve been hit or miss with filling in the gaps. All I really know about Dumbo is that the elephant can eventually fly and that there are crows in it, including one with a supremely unfortunate name. I’m going to enjoy watching Disney finesse that one away, let me tell you.
This is maybe the first year that both kids are really grooving on the subject of Halloween: the eldest wanted to make sure that he was in on decorating the lawn and the youngest actually expressed an opinion on his costume. So, of course, it’s time to get them properly indoctrinated and so forth. They are both below the age of ten, I’m looking more for spooky than scary, and of course I’m going to show them The Nightmare Before Christmas as soon as my wife and I decide that they can handle it. The very question! What’s the point of Halloween if I can’t show them Tim Burton’s best movie ever? Continue reading Looking for some good spooky movies for my kids.
I. Am. So. THERE.
Tim Burton, of course. OF COURSE. And, yes, I’m aware that this is what X-Men would look like if Tim Burton did it. Tell me that you wouldn’t watch a Tim Burton X-Men movie. Tell me.
The exact point was 1:52 of the second trailer.
Yeah. Yeah, Tim Burton knows me too freaking well, he does.
And before you say that it’s going to suck, consider this: Tim Burton produced. This will not necessarily keep it from sucking, but at least you’ll know going in that it won’t be because the people making it just didn’t give a tinker’s dam.
I saw this trailer while watching Coraline last night…
…and yeah. Tim Burton knows what we like; yes, he does.