Netflix is continuing to show off its series adaptation of Lemony Snicket’s A Series of Unfortunate Events starring Neil Patrick Harris as Count Olaf.
We first saw a teaser featuring Snicket, the pen name of the author of the books the series is based on, Daniel Handler, who’s played on the show by Patrick Warburton. Then came a teaser trailer introducing Harris’s version of the Olaf character, a tough role to take on after Jim Carrey famously played him in the 2004 feature film adaptation. More recently Netflix has gotten to the good stuff, releasing a full trailer last month and now a second full trailer today. You can watch both of the full trailers below.
A short new featurette has been released looking at the making of Tim Burton’s upcoming stop-motion feature, Frankenweenie.
The video discusses how personal the project is to Burton, the actors involved—including Martin Short, Catherine O’Hara, Winona Ryder, and Martin Landau—and who they’re playing, and looks at some of the puppets and sets used for filming.
You can check out the new making of featurette for Frankenweenie by clicking on over to the other side now.
As you saw from our reaction post made earlier today, we are pretty excited for Frankenweenie.
It’s a Tim Burton film that blends classic horror motifs (mostly from Frankenstein) with stop-motion animation and 3D effects. We’ve already seen twotrailers for Frankenweenie, but none of them paid homage to the classic horror films the way this new retro trailer does.
This summer, audiences didn’t seem to show much affection towards Tim Burton‘s Dark Shadows, and rightfully so, since the film was critically panned. Now that that film is behind him, Burton is now turning his attention to Frankenweenie.
The teaser trailer was released back in March, and now a new trailer for the film has arrived online, giving a more in depth look at the story. You can see the new trailer below.
Some new character images have been released for the upcoming Tim Burton stop-motion flick, Frankenweenie, which will hit theaters on October 5, 2012.
The movie is an adaptation of Burton’s own short live-action movie of the same name, and reunites the director with many talents he’s worked with in the past, including actors Catherine O’Hara, Martin Short, Martin Landau, and Winona Ryder, as well as writer John August.
Continue on below to read a synopsis and check out the new character images from Frankenweenie.