Alice in Wonderland (2010)

Alice in Wonderland
  • Alice in Wonderland details
  • Alice in Wonderland images
    • Alice in Wonderland images
  • Alice in Wonderland trailers
    • Alice in Wonderland trailers
  • Alice in Wonderland news
    • Alice in Wonderland news
  • Alice in Wonderland review
    • Alice in Wonderland review
Alice in Wonderland Release Date
March 5, 2010
Alice in Wonderland Synopsis

From Walt Disney Pictures and visionary director Tim Burton comes an epic 3D fantasy adventure ALICE IN WONDERLAND, a magical and imaginative twist on some of the most beloved stories of all time. JOHNNY DEPP stars as the Mad Hatter and MIA WASIKOWSKA as 19-year-old Alice, who returns to the whimsical world she first encountered as a young girl, reuniting with her childhood friends: the White Rabbit, Tweedledee and Tweedledum, the Dormouse, the Caterpillar, the Cheshire Cat, and of course, the Mad Hatter. Alice embarks on a fantastical journey to find her true destiny and end the Red Queen’s reign of terror. The all-star cast also includes ANNE HATHAWAY, HELENA BONHAM CARTER and CRISPIN GLOVER.




upcoming movie upcoming movie anticipation level


Alice in Wonderland Credits
Starring: Mia Wasikowska, Johnny Depp, Anne Hathaway, Alan Rickman, Crispin Glover, Helena Bonham Carter, Christopher Lee, Stephen Fry, Eleanor Tomlinson
Directed by: Tim Burton
Produced by: Tim Burton, Joe Roth, Jennifer Todd, Suzanne Todd, Richard D. Zanuck
Distributor: Walt Disney Studios Motion Pictures
Release Date:  March 5, 2010
Subscribe To Alice in Wonderland Updates
if you're excited for Alice in Wonderland
Revisionist Take On Alice In Wonderland's Creation Lands Ever-Busy Seth Gordon As Director Revisionist Take On Alice In Wonderland's Creation Lands Ever-Busy Seth Gordon As Director
Queen of Hearts will delve into Carroll’s life, according to Deadline, focusing on a failed relationship that leaves him brokenhearted and apparently in the proper frame of mind to craft an imaginary tale about a size-shifting young girl who chases after a rabbit. Story of my life right there, minus the heartache and eventual worldwide success.
by Nick Venable February 5, 2014 discussion comments
Oz The Great And Powerful On Track For $80 Million Debut Oz The Great And Powerful On Track For $80 Million Debut
It was a rough weekend for fantasy, as Jack the Giant Slayer took the top of the box office with a paltry $28 million, falling behind even the much-publicized flop John Carter from this time last year. But somehow Disney is planning to follow-up Jack's failure with their own high-fantasy effort, and one that's on track to do way, way better with audiences
by Katey Rich March 4, 2013 discussion comments
Tim Burton's Alice In Wonderland Is Getting A Sequel Tim Burton's Alice In Wonderland Is Getting A Sequel
This was 100% inevitable. When a movie makes over a billion dollars at the global box office a sequel is inevitable - the only surprise here is that it didn't happen sooner. A sequel to Tim Burton's Alice in Wonderland is now in development over at Disney.
by Eric Eisenberg December 7, 2012 discussion comments
Disney Executive Admits Story Doesn't Matter When You're Making Blockbusters Disney Executive Admits Story Doesn't Matter When You're Making Blockbusters
It's embarrassing to think that Disney could be approaching filmmaking that way. It’s a privilege to make movies and entertain people for a living, especially at Disney, where they rake in the cash regardless of what the film is. Filmmakers, including the executives at the studios, should treat it as such
by Will LeBlanc August 17, 2011 discussion comments
Jonah Hex And The Wolfman Still Eligible For Best Makeup Oscars Jonah Hex And The Wolfman Still Eligible For Best Makeup Oscars
What you have to keep in mind, of course, is that they're not judging the quality of the movies themselves but the quality of the makeup work, and whether you like it or not, removing half of
by Katey Rich January 11, 2011 discussion comments
The Five Biggest Surprises From The Golden Globe Nominations The Five Biggest Surprises From The Golden Globe Nominations
This year's crop of nominees is especially out-there, given the weak Comedy/Musical category that allowed Burlesque to sneak in, an apparent Hollywood Foreign Press love of The Tourist
by Katey Rich December 14, 2010 discussion comments
The Biggest Movie Mistakes Of 2010 The Biggest Movie Mistakes Of 2010
We all have our favorite films that we’ll defend endlessly as perfect pieces of cinema history devoid of any mistakes or inconsistencies. I’m sorry to inform you of this, but despite the seemingly countless dollars
by Will LeBlanc December 13, 2010 discussion comments
Alice In Wonderland Tops AOL's Movie Searches In 2010 Alice In Wonderland Tops AOL's Movie Searches In 2010
I, for one, am shocked at how low Inception is. It was mass hysteria for like a month and a half after that movie confused the hell out of everyone
by Mack Rawden December 4, 2010 discussion comments
James Cameron Not Afraid To Trash Piranha 3D James Cameron Not Afraid To Trash Piranha 3D
Cameron's not saying anything new about Piranha 3D--most people who saw the movie admitted the 3D was garbage-- but it is really unusual to hear a filmmaker trash someone else's work
by Katey Rich August 30, 2010 discussion comments
Brett Ratner Making A Dark, Edgy Snow White Movie In 3D Brett Ratner Making A Dark, Edgy Snow White Movie In 3D
You know what's great about fairy tales? No, not their classic stories or appeal to multiple generations-- the fact that you can adapt them for free. Public domain stories are apparently all the rage these days
by Katey Rich June 4, 2010 discussion comments
Alice In Wonderland Crosses The Billion Mark At The Global Box Office Alice In Wonderland Crosses The Billion Mark At The Global Box Office
Alice has made far more of its money overseas than here at home, but at $332 domestically it's Disney's third-biggest movie ever, behind Finding Nemo and that giant Pirates movie
by Katey Rich May 27, 2010 discussion comments
Theatrical Windows Threatened Again With New Video On Demand Program Theatrical Windows Threatened Again With New Video On Demand Program
Theater owners and movie studios alike are largely still terrified of VOD moving up to include bigger movies, seeing a future in which you don't pay your $13 to see Iron Man 2 in theaters, but spend $20 to gather all your friends and watch it together at home
by Katey Rich May 26, 2010 discussion comments
3D Films Make Up 33% Of 2010's Domestic Box Office 3D Films Make Up 33% Of 2010's Domestic Box Office
At the end of the year, when everyone is boasting that 2010 is the best box office year on record or something like that, remember this fact: according to The International 3D Society, 3D films have accounted for 33% of the domestic box office so far this year
by Katey Rich April 12, 2010 discussion comments
Alice In Wonderland Writer Hired For Disney's Maleficent Alice In Wonderland Writer Hired For Disney's Maleficent
It's not fair to blame Linda Woolverton entirely for the story problems in Tim Burton's Alice in Wonderland, but she probably didn't help much. And it's not fair to assume that Burton's take on the iconic villain Maleficent
by Katey Rich March 24, 2010 discussion comments
Weekend Box Office: Alice Still The Cash Queen Weekend Box Office: Alice Still The Cash Queen
Tim Burton's Alice in Wonderland rode high for a third weekend, taking in another $34 million and bringing its total box office to $265 million. That performance comes against three new comers, two of which were packed with major names that underperformed.
by Scott Gwin March 21, 2010 discussion comments
Weekend Box Office - Green Zone Starts Off In The Red Weekend Box Office - Green Zone Starts Off In The Red
It was a smorgasbord of new releases this weekend with everything from romance to military action thrillers hitting theaters across the country, but none of them came anywhere near Alice In Wonderland, now in its second weekend
by Scott Gwin March 14, 2010 discussion comments
Wizard Of Oz May Not Be Moving Forward Yet, But They Will Soon Wizard Of Oz May Not Be Moving Forward Yet, But They Will Soon
Before you get ready to pelt the WB lot with ruby red slippers, Collider has some words of caution for you. Both projects are in development, yes, but apparently there hasn't been movement on either in over a year
by Katey Rich March 10, 2010 discussion comments
Fathers, Don't Let Your Daughters Grow Up Without Alice In Wonderland Fathers, Don't Let Your Daughters Grow Up Without Alice In Wonderland
Though we live in a society where women are granted and assumed to be the equals of men, somehow that notion still hasn’t caught on in Hollywood. Most of our glass ceilings have long since been shattered except in our movies where
by Josh Tyler March 5, 2010 discussion comments
Alice In Wonderland Poll: Give Us Your Review! Alice In Wonderland Poll: Give Us Your Review!
It’s the first real event movie of 2010 and for the record, it’s not because it’s in 3D. Any movie collaboration between Johnny Depp and Tim Burton is worth your time, assuming of course you missed that one time
by Josh Tyler March 5, 2010 discussion comments
Why Hollywood Only Ruins Alice In Wonderland When They Try To Remake It Why Hollywood Only Ruins Alice In Wonderland When They Try To Remake It
It's safe to say childhood in the Western world wouldn't be the same without Alice in Wonderland, and regardless of where you first learned about the Cheshire Cat and the Red Queen, they're characters as embedded in your life as people you actually know
by Katey Rich March 4, 2010 discussion comments
Meet The Real Alice, She's Nothing Like The One You Know From Wonderland Meet The Real Alice, She's Nothing Like The One You Know From Wonderland
I knew that Lewis Carroll had based the character of Alice in Alice in Wonderland on a real, 10-year-old acquaintance, but my brain, after years of washing by Disney pictured her as the blonde, pageant type of their movies
by Josh Tyler March 4, 2010 discussion comments
This Rotten Week: Predicting Alice In Wonderland Reviews This Rotten Week: Predicting Alice In Wonderland Reviews
Do you know what people do when they hit rock bottom? When they're out of options? When they find themselves in their backyard, in a t-shirt, in the middle of winter getting pelted with tomatoes
by Doug Norrie March 1, 2010 discussion comments
Exhibitors Back Down Over Alice In Wonderland Boycott Exhibitors Back Down Over Alice In Wonderland Boycott
Of course, all this will be even more hilarious if Alice turns out to be a flop, and 12 weeks from now theater exhibitors would rather do anything than have that turkey on their screens
by Katey Rich February 26, 2010 discussion comments
More Alice In Wonderland Clips: Frog Thieves And Shrinkage More Alice In Wonderland Clips: Frog Thieves And Shrinkage
Disney has released three more clips from Alice in Wonderland. In them you’ll see the White Queen mixing potions and creating shrinkage, the Red Queen conducting a vigorous frog interrogation
by Josh Tyler February 24, 2010 discussion comments
UK Movie Theaters Also Threatening An Alice In Wonderland Ban UK Movie Theaters Also Threatening An Alice In Wonderland Ban
Even more theater chains are starting to step up and take a stand against Disney’s attempt to inflate DVD sales by shortchanging theater owners on Alice in Wonderland. It started a few weeks ago
by Josh Tyler February 23, 2010 discussion comments
First Alice In Wonderland Clip: Alice Digs Into Some Special Cake First Alice In Wonderland Clip: Alice Digs Into Some Special Cake
Normally if you indulge in too much cake, you’ll get wider, but in this case, excess sweets make Alice (Mia Wasikowska) grow vertically. Luckily the Red Queen (Helena Bonham Carter) has the perfect place for someone so enormous in her court.
by Perri Nemiroff February 20, 2010 discussion comments
Movie Theaters Threaten To Ban Alice In Wonderland Movie Theaters Threaten To Ban Alice In Wonderland
Movie studios are really starting to tick people off. But now it's the theater owners, or exhibitors, that are taking umbrage with the studios. And, of course, money is at the core of the fight
by Scott Gwin February 17, 2010 discussion comments
Iron Man, Toy Story 3 And Lots More Featured At Toy Fair Iron Man, Toy Story 3 And Lots More Featured At Toy Fair
Children aren't allowed into the American International Toy Fair. This is most likely because they don't want kids grabbing at the toys, running around the aisles, or breaking anything. I have come up with another reason: I'm fairly certain that it would cause their head to explode.
by Eric Eisenberg February 15, 2010 discussion comments
Plans To Phase Out 2D Movies Go Forward, Boycott Alice In Wonderland To Stop It Plans To Phase Out 2D Movies Go Forward, Boycott Alice In Wonderland To Stop It
It’s only a matter of time. The higher ticket prices theaters can get away with charging for 3D are like throwing blood in shark infested waters. They want more and they’re going to get it
by Josh Tyler February 14, 2010 discussion comments
New Alice In Wonderland Character Posters And Images New Alice In Wonderland Character Posters And Images
It's Friday, which means it's once again time to show you sections from the deluge of stills, making-of images and posters that Disney is sending out for Alice in Wonderland
by Katey Rich February 12, 2010 discussion comments
Warner Bros. Secures Limited Release Window For Guardians Of Ga'Hoole Warner Bros. Secures Limited Release Window For Guardians Of Ga'Hoole
in a kind of reverse-logic that can only be explained by complicated studio mathematics, two big new 3D movies are actively trying to limit their stints in theaters. Disney already fought and won for Alice in Wonderland
by Katey Rich February 12, 2010 discussion comments
Disney Truncating Alice In Wonderland's Theatrical Release For DVD Disney Truncating Alice In Wonderland's Theatrical Release For DVD
If you’re planning to see Alice in Wonderland but plan to wait a few weeks to skip the crowds, make sure you don’t wait too long. Disney’s getting greedy and they’ve started pushing for theater owners
by Josh Tyler February 10, 2010 discussion comments
Alice In Wonderland Super Bowl Spot Alice In Wonderland Super Bowl Spot
The Super Bowl spot for Alice in Wonderland just debuted on televison, where it was followed by a commercial featuring KISS. The two commercials sort of ran together
by Josh Tyler February 7, 2010 discussion comments
Anne Hathaway Could Have Been Alice Anne Hathaway Could Have Been Alice
The original plan wasn’t to have Anne Hathaway play the White Queen, rather the film’s lead, Alice. Then, when Tim Burton joined the project, he already formulated a dream cast and Hathaway wasn’t even part of it
by Perri Nemiroff February 6, 2010 discussion comments
Anne Hathaway Could Have Been Alice Anne Hathaway Could Have Been Alice
The original plan wasn’t to have Anne Hathaway play the White Queen, rather the film’s lead, Alice. Then, when Tim Burton joined the project, he already formulated a dream cast and Hathaway wasn’t even part of it
by Perri Nemiroff February 6, 2010 discussion comments
Super Bowl XLIV Movie Trailers: Watch Them All Here Super Bowl XLIV Movie Trailers: Watch Them All Here
Super Bowl XLIV is still sure to be loaded with amazing new movie content and below we’ve got your comprehensive guide to everything you should be keeping an eye out for, whenever the network breaks away from the football
by Josh Tyler February 6, 2010 discussion comments
Lots Of New Alice In Wonderland Images Hit The Web Lots Of New Alice In Wonderland Images Hit The Web
If you've noticed the sudden onslaught of images, promos and clips from Tim Burton's Alice in Wonderland, then you're fully caught in the "Wonderland Wednesdays" deluge
by Katey Rich February 5, 2010 discussion comments
Wonderland Sneak Peek: Is Alice Getting Hitched? Wonderland Sneak Peek: Is Alice Getting Hitched?
As Tim Burton's Alice In Wonderland's March 5th release date draws ever closer, Disney's marketing machine churns out more and more for the bedazzled eye to see. Of course, most of it is repeats
by Scott Gwin February 3, 2010 discussion comments
New Alice In Wonderland Image: Up Close With The White Queen New Alice In Wonderland Image: Up Close With The White Queen
Tomorrow morning Anne Hathaway will step to the podium to help announce the 2010 Oscar Nominees. Knowing she’ll look fabulous and as a consequence, tomorrow we’ll all have Hathaway on the brain
by Josh Tyler February 1, 2010 discussion comments
Alice In Wonderland Mini-Featurette: World Building Alice In Wonderland Mini-Featurette: World Building
Disney has released yet another Alice in Wonderland mini-featurette. For anyone who wants to learn a little about what Tim Burton’s doing with the movie but doesn’t want to spend much time learning it, I guess these are perfect
by Josh Tyler January 27, 2010 discussion comments
Alice In Wonderland All Over Your Television Alice In Wonderland All Over Your Television
With less than two months until Tim Burton's version of the Alice in Wonderland fairy tale comes to theaters, it still feels like we aren't getting the whole story
by Eric Eisenberg January 26, 2010 discussion comments
Behind-The-Scenes Looks And Concept Art For Alice In Wonderland Behind-The-Scenes Looks And Concept Art For Alice In Wonderland
Tim Burton's Alice in Wonderland comes out in less than two months, y'all, and if you're not already pumped to see what our most psychedelic director has done with the weirdest childrens story of all time, Disney is going to make sure you get there
by Katey Rich January 20, 2010 discussion comments
Alice In Wonderland Soundtrack Listing Revealed Alice In Wonderland Soundtrack Listing Revealed
It's unclear how many of these songs will be included as part of the film, since Danny Elfman has already written a full score. But if this is an effort to bring in attention from young people, they've probably succeeded
by Katey Rich January 13, 2010 discussion comments
Listen To Elfman's Alice In Wonderland Score Listen To Elfman's Alice In Wonderland Score
Elfman composed the movie's music and, in a show of confidence, Disney has decided to let you listen to it right now. The score has just been added to the Alice in Wonderland official site
by Josh Tyler January 11, 2010 discussion comments
Up Close And Personal With The Mad Hatter Up Close And Personal With The Mad Hatter
Of all the places on the Internet to find movie news, Facebook has been the main provider for information on Tim Burton's upcoming 3D romp Alice in Wonderland. The folks over at the official Alice Facebook page have continued their generous giving of good into the new year with this new shot of Johnny Depp as the Mad Hatter.
by Will LeBlanc January 6, 2010 discussion comments
Iron Man 2 And Airbender Trailers To Debut During Superbowl Iron Man 2 And Airbender Trailers To Debut During Superbowl
I guess this Super Bowl thing is a big deal or something. But more than being a day when everybody loves seeing dudes beat each other up while chasing a piece of brown leather
by Tim Gomez January 6, 2010 discussion comments
Attend The Tea Party In The New Alice In Wonderland Image Attend The Tea Party In The New Alice In Wonderland Image
It's basically all of the main characters attending the tea party, with the caterpillar hanging out creepily in the background. Obviously the image you see below isn't as wide as it gets
by Katey Rich December 23, 2009 discussion comments
Extended Alice in Wonderland Trailer Explains The Rabbit Hole Extended Alice in Wonderland Trailer Explains The Rabbit Hole
Like mentioned when we got our hands on the new Alice in Wonderland trailer released early this morning, these new trailers finally give us an idea of the Wonderland we're actually going to be seeing. The difference here is that this new extended trailer
by Will LeBlanc December 16, 2009 discussion comments
New Alice In Wonderland Trailer: Alice Goes To War! New Alice In Wonderland Trailer: Alice Goes To War!
Disney has just released a second, even more exciting trailer for Tim Burton’s new Alice in Wonderland adaptation. There’s still plenty of mad hatter but, for a change, they’re cluing us in a little more on the plot.
by Josh Tyler December 16, 2009 discussion comments
Alice In Wonderland Gets A Mad Poster Alice In Wonderland Gets A Mad Poster
I’m hoping Tim Burton’s Alice in Wonderland turns out to be more memorable than his Charlie and the Chocolate Factory. The truth is we don’t really need another incarnation of the Lewis Carroll’s classic, but with Hollywood going the way it is, this flick was inevitable, so we should probably be grateful that Burton is the one who his hands on it.
by Tim Gomez November 17, 2009 discussion comments
Around The Web
REVIEWS
FEATURES
FROM THE WEB
TOP MOVIES
HOT TOPICS