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    Watch: Trailer For 'The Death Of Superman Lives' About Tim Burton's Aborted Man Of Steel Movie

    “Jodorowksy’s Dune”—which, of course, focused on Alejandro Jodorowsky’s doomed “Dune” adaptation—was a riotous revelation that we instantly fell in love with (and ranked in our Best Documentaries Of 2014 So Far). Following in its footsteps is the Kickstarter-funded “The Death of Superman Lives: What...

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    Watch: Honest Trailer For Tim Burton's 'Planet Of The Apes,' AKA $100 Million Dollar 'Mark Wahlberg Talks To Animals'

    With critics mostly fawning in early reviews for the upcoming "Dawn Of The Planet Of The Apes," the sequel to potent franchise re-starter "Rise Of The Planet Of The Apes," it might be worth remembering that there was a time when Fox had previously tried to relaunch their property. And the results we...

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    Watch: Celebrate The 25th Anniversary Of Tim Burton's 'Batman' With Vintage, 20-Minute Industry Promo

    With 23 superhero movies planned for the next four years or so, it might be hard to understand that in 1989, the prospect of one comic book movie was causing some concern on a big studio lot. Tim Burton's "Batman" hit theaters on June 23, 1989, but even as filming had barely started, Warner Bros. we...

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    Speak, BATMAN: Tim Burton's Version, 25 Years Later

    Something got me to the theater to see Burton’s "Batman": perhaps it was my love of "Beetlejuice," perhaps it was the concept of casting someone as schlubby as Michael Keaton as a superhero; maybe it was the heat. But there I was.

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    Watch: Tim Burton's 1983 30-Minute 'Hansel & Gretel' For Disney Channel Halloween

    We’re only disappointed by the increasingly self-parodying direction in which Tim Burton’s career has gone because we are so enamored of his earlier work, which, despite his gothic and weirdo affectations, are buoyed by a great soulful vibrancy that’s sorely lacking in his recent work. With that in ...

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    Cannes: Weinstein Co. Unveils a Slate of Singles and Doubles, Unlikely Oscar Contenders

    "Harvey was off his game," observed one attendee at the latest Cannes presentation from The Weinstein Co. It's a Cannes tradition to unveil the latest movies that weren't ready for Cannes at the Majestic. One TWC upcoming release was conspicuously missing: Olivier Dahan's "Grace of Monaco," starring...

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    The 25 Greatest Movies Never Made

    The grass is always greener on the other side. We always covet what we can never attain. Last week, Sony Pictures Classics' must-see documentary “Jodorowsky's Dune” opened in limited release; director Frank Pavich's funny, affectionate tale of Alejandro Jodorowsky's doomed attempt at adapting Frank ...

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    “There’s No Basement In the Alamo!” ‘Pee Wee's Big Adventure’ Bike Is Available For Sale On eBay

    “Is this something you can share with the rest of us Amazing Larry?” In 1985 Tim Burton and Paul Reubens dazzled audiences with “Pee-wee’s Big Adventure,” a harrowing survival narrative, not unlike “12 Years A Slave,” about a young boy whose bike was stolen and the lengths the courageous lad travele...

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    Meet Sophie Kennedy Clark, the Newcomer Who's Worked With Lars von Trier, Tim Burton and Stephen Frears

    Three films (and a mere two years) into her career as an actress, Scottish newcomer Sophie Kennedy Clark has already worked with Tim Burton, Stephen Frears and most recently, Lars von Trier.

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    Tim Burton Actually In Legitimate Talks To Direct Michael Keaton in ‘Beetlejuice 2′

    In the 28 years that Tim Burton has been making feature-length films he’s made a sequel only once: “Batman Returns,” the 1992 sequel to “Batman” in 1989. Of course there is “Frankenweenie,” but that’s a feature-length remake/expansion Burton's 1984 short film of the same name. And while the Hallowee...

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