Tim Burton’s Alice’s Dodo

Tim Burton's Alice in Wonderland's Dodo

This is the marvelous Dodo we are going to see on Tim Burton’s Alice in Wonderland in March. Even before this image was out, I knew I was going to love the film: it has a dodo and it’s directed by Tim Burton, what makes the story a slightly darker and twisted.

I found that image on this empire article: New Alice In Wonderland Stills And Video. Yes, there is one more featurette video on the site, with more new images. The tiny article also: Highlights this time include a look at the creation of Tweedledee and Tweedledum (both Matt Lucas) and art of the Dodo, the Cheshire Cat and another look at Anne Hathaway’s White Queen.

The other 2 images of my interest can be checked bellow:

The article ‘Alice in Wonderland’ Exclusive: How Tim Burton’s Characters Progress on Moviefone shows how the two images above were created. And in case you didn’t watch, here is the link to the trailer.

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9 Responses to “Tim Burton’s Alice’s Dodo”

  1. Annie Says:

    “Even before this image was out, I knew I was going to love the film: it has a dodo and it’s directed by Tim Burton”
    I love the way you said that :D. I don’t know if I’ve commented before, but I have the dodo blog in my reader and I like checking in.

  2. Alison Says:

    Dodos and Tim Burton: what’s not to love? 😉

  3. Bibi, the dodo Says:

    Thanks Annie 🙂 It was time to update here 😉 There are some problems with the structure of the blog (template/ code), some problems with some plugins, but I thought I should come here to share it. 🙂
    PS.: keep checking 😉

    That’s a great question Alison! 🙂 I hope I don’t have to wait too much to watch the film here. But since it’s going to be a big release, I don’t think I will.

  4. Mónica Says:

    Thanks for share this photo and link 🙂
    I like your blog.
    Have a nice day

  5. Mónica Says:

    Thanks for share this post, i like very much your blog.
    and this link for se Alice in Wonderland- Tim Burton 😀
    Have a nice day

  6. ashigaru Says:

    Maybe you are interested, the maker of the picture:


  7. Jimmie Axline Says:

    But here comes the new stuff. For the first time Burton directs a story with a female main character. Due to his possible inability to make it strong and interesting enough, Alice is a poor character and it throws away the good chance of taking advantage of Mia Wasikowska’s talent. The responsibility of keeping the attention of the public falls again on the capable hands of Johnny Depp, that this time, couldn’t make The Hatter character enjoyable. But actually, with that twisted concept of it (those hideous eyes, the hair and the hysteric personality) no actor can make it enjoyable. It’s a shame that all the commotion that the movie has caused is finally translated into an eternally boring movie experience that could have been resumed in over 40 minutes.

  8. Guinea Pig Lover Says:

    I am seeing this movie with my son tomorrow. Great looking Dodo!

  9. alice adventure in wonderland Says:

    It is still worth the high price of the 3-D admission to see some of the amazing animation and design, but the writing is extremely boring and clumsy, and the performances cannot save it. Too many liberties were taken with the originals here, and in no way improve upon them, it only barely resembles either of Carroll’s books in theme and some specific scenes. There are some “Disney moments” that literally set off a gag reflex as well.