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Watch Now: Teaser Trailer For Tim Burton’s ‘Frankenweenie’ Released
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Frankenweenie

The first teaser trailer for Disney and director Tim Burton‘s stop-motion animated feature, Frankenweenie, has found its way online by way of Yahoo! Movies.

The movie is an extension of Burton’s 1984 short film of the same name, telling the story of a boy named Victor Frankenstein who attempts to bring his dog back to life.

You can see the teaser trailer for Frankenweenie by clicking on over to the other side now!

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First Images From Tim Burton’s ‘Frankenweenie’ Released
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Frankenweenie

Tim Burton was working for Disney as an animator in 1984 when he made his live-action directorial debut with a darkly funny short film about a young boy who takes a cue from a horror classic to bring his beloved pet dog Sparky back to life after being hit by a car, and that twisted little gem got him fired as a result when the company deemed it too unusual to bother with a legitimate release. After more than a quarter of a century Frankenweenie is being resurrected by Burton as a 3D, black and white, stop-motion animated feature and Entertainment Weekly has released the first stills from the movie. You can check it out here below.

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Tim Burton’s ‘Frankenweenie’ Gets An Official Logo, Synopsis
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Frankenweenie

For those who don’t know, director Tim Burton made a short film back in 1984 about a boy who loses his dog and brings it back to life called Frankenweenie.

Now Burton is working on an adaptation of that very same short film (which can be seen here), this time using the stop–motion animation techniques used in other films Burton has directed or produced, such as The Nightmare Before Christmas and Corpse Bride. And at the ongoing Disney D23 Expo, an official logo, synopsis, and special notes about the movie have been released.

You can see the official logo above, and you can read the synopsis and notes by continuing on below now.

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SDCC 2011: ‘Dorothy Of Oz’ Panel With Patrick Stewart & Megan Hilty
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SDCC 2011: Dorothy of Oz panel: Sir Patrick StewartDorothy of Oz is a new CGI animated musical from Summertime Entertainment, due out in 2012. The panel began with a clip reel composed of a few finished scenes combined with concept art. The montage showed off some of the impressive voice talent such as Glee’s Lea Michele (as Dorothy herself), Wicked‘s Megan Hilty, Dan Aykroyd, Oliver Platt, Martin Short, Kelsey Grammer, Jim Belushi, Hugh Dancy, and Sir Patrick Stewart.

Panelists included producers Bonne Radford & Ryan Carroll, composer Debra Lurie, writer Roger Baum (grandson of original Oz creator L. Frank Baum) and voice actors Megan Hilty & Sir Patrick Stewart, in his first Comic–Con appearance.

Read more and see some images from the Dorothy of Oz panel below now!

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Tim Burton’s ‘Frankenweenie’ Puts Together A Voice Cast
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A group of actors have been assembled to voice roles in Tim Burton‘s feature adaptation of his own short film, Frankenweenie.

And as for the names joining the film, they’re all familiar with the ways of Burton. The first four voices signed include Martin Landau, who appeared in the director’s Ed Wood and provided a voice in the Burton-produced 9; Winona Ryder, who starred in both Edward Scissorhands and Beetlejuice; Catherine O’Hara, who also starred in Beetlejuice and offered her voice for The Nightmare Before Christmas, and Martin Short, who was one of the many stars in Mars Attacks!, will both be voicing five different characters each.

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Character Sketches & Concept Art From Animated ‘Wizard Of Oz’ Sequel Unveiled
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We know a swarm of new Wizard of Oz-related films are currently in the works. There’s the one that Sam Raimi is said to be directing called Oz: The Great and Powerful, a couple of other scripts being looked at by various studios including an adaption of the Broadway hit Wicked over at Universal, and this computer animated sequel called Dorothy of Oz.

A really well-done new live-action adventure in Oz could be really exciting, though not easy to pull off as you saw with the recent Alice in Wonderland attempt. An animated film such as this won’t be quite as buzz-worthy as it moves forward, but might very well be worth a peek when it gets here. And to help you get a feel for where they’re heading with the movie, a bunch of character sketches next to the actors voicing them have been released, as well as some concept art of their computer animated Oz.

You can click your heels all you like, but only clicking over with lead you to the images and a synopsis of Dorothy of Oz!

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