Every good vampire has a good beginning, and that applies to the legendarily malevolent Barnabas Collins in Dark Shadows. Word has just broken regarding who will be playing the younger Collins before Johnny Depp takes over!
More possible casting news coming in this evening for Tim Burton's big screen adaptation of the vampire themed soap opera Dark Shadows with another big-name winner in line to haunt the lovely Victoria Winters.
It's been a really long time since the forever hot Michelle Pfeiffer worked with director Tim Burton, but it looks like that is about to totally change!
Johnny Depp is no stranger to playing iconic characters. From Sweeney Todd to Ichabod Crane to Willy Wonka, the man has a pretty extensive and impressive character log under his belt. Next up for him is Barnabas Collins in the Tim Burton adaptation of Dark Shadows.
Even though we still have a long wait ahead of us, we're pretty stoked to see the full-length version of Tim Burton's Frankenweenie coming our way in 3D on October 5th, 2012. A few more details around the project have come to light, including the synopsis, and we have them all for you right here to chew on!
And the possible casting news continues for Tim Burton's take on the classic television horror soap opera Dark Shadows. It seems as if we just may have one hell of a tempting witch on our hands.
While fans have been hanging on eagerly awaiting news that Tim Burton and Johnny Depp have officially started work on their take on the classic vampire soap opera Dark Shadows, it's easy to forget that, well, there are other people that need to be involved.
And the release date shuffle keeps on keeping on as Tim Burton's Frankenweenie in 3D, an expansion of his original 1984 short, has been shifted from the originally announced March 9, 2012, to the more appropriate October 5th, 2012. After all, everything horror-related must come out in October, right?
Just yesterday we brought you the first chatter about a proposed sequel to the much beloved The Nightmare Before Christmas. Today further clarification has come about whether or not this will actually be happening.
Now here's some really cool news sent in to us by a very reliable source on the East Coast! While Tim Burton is busy toiling away on the highly anticipated Dark Shadows adaptation right now, he also has his sights set on a sequel to his much beloved The Nightmare Before Christmas.
With every story we do regarding the proposed big screen version of Dark Shadows that would reunite Johnny Depp with director Tim Burton, we get just that much more excited.
Some more news for fans looking forward to Johnny Depp and Tim Burton's upcoming collaboration on a re-imagining of the classic vampire soap opera from a few decades back!
And the search for star power continues for Timur Bekmambetov's take on Seth Grahame-Smith's novel Abraham Lincoln: Vampire Hunter. Offers are out and Fox is hoping one star in particular bites.
'What the hell is 4D?', you might be asking. It's actually an old school gimmick (much like 3D itself) dusted off and updated with modern technology. You won't only have the opportunity to witness Tim Burton's popular and enduring cult flick The Nightmare Before Christmas in all three dimensions, you'll experience it live in the theater.
Earlier this year Timur Bekmambetov and Tim Burton used their own money to option Seth Grahame-Smith's novel Abraham Lincoln: Vampire Hunter and then waited for the studios to come calling. The group included Sony, Paramount, Universal, and Summit, but it was 20th Century Fox who emerged victorious as the adapter of what's being called "the hottest project in Hollywood".