I’m not sure how it happened but, in recent months, the internet has found a new appreciate of Tim Burton’s Batman Returns. Part of that is the pure insanity of the film, and lots of it is how absolutely perfect Michelle Pfeiffer’s Catwoman remains.
This weekend, a new man dons the famous cape and cowl. To mark the occasion, we decided to go back and see how Keaton and Bale, via Tim Burton’s 1989 Batman and Christopher Nolan’s 2005 Batman Begins, held up. Spoiler alert—they hold up really, really well.
For all that individual stills of the titular children have been creepy, this first trailer for Miss Peregrine’s Home for Peculiar Children has a sense of wonder that is charming as all get out. The pairing of this story and Tim Burton’s visuals is fabulous.
Suffering through today’s shift in time? Disney’s taking the credit for it by releasing a new trailer for their upcoming sequel to 2010's Alice In Wonderland, Alice Through The Looking Glass.
Update: Well, whether you thought the Beetlejuice sequel finally happening was too good to be true or not, it’s not true. The source that claimed to speak to Burton is a lying liar, as confirmed by MTV, meaning the sequel continues to languish is cinematic purgatory. As my original article postulated, maybe this is…
It could be that combining Tim Burton’s sensibility with weird children is just yielding the creepiest possible results, but the images we’re getting from Miss Peregrine’s Home for Peculiar Children are honestly terrifying.
Entertainment Weekly has the first images from Tim Burton’s Miss Peregrine’s Home for Peculiar Children, and they are, as one would expect, completely creepy.
Tim Burton’s Edward Scissorhands, which came out 25 years ago this week, is more than just an updating of Frankenstein. It’s the story of a gentle robot who tries to live among regular people—and when I saw it as a little kid, this movie meant everything to me.
Back in the ‘90s, Nicolas Cage was going to play Superman for Tim Burton. The film got canceled, however, and quickly became an Internet urban legend. Well now, a documentary on that film has revealed that Cage’s Superman actually would have looked shockingly great.
Say the words “Tim Burton’s Superman Lives” on the Internet and you feel the hate. Nicolas Cage as Superman? Those terrible costumes? It would’ve been the worst movie of all time. Well, The Death of Superman Lives: What Happened? just might prove that the entire internet is wrong.
Tim Burton is making a live-action Dumbo movie. Johnny Depp is in talks to play Dumbo's Mom.
Just before the turn of the century Tim Burton and Johnny Depp worked together on Sleepy Hollow, a movie that played into both of their strengths. Like the current television show it takes many liberties with the original Washington Irving story. I recently rewatched it and to me it held up well.
Fans of Tim Burton's early films have been holding out hope that his new movie Big Eyes will signal a return to form for the master of quirky goth movies. And it does ... up to a certain point.
It's fascinating to realize how close we nearly came to having Michael Keaton appear in one more Batman movie, if the studio hadn't decided to ditch Tim Burton's "dark" approach in favor of a lighter Schumacher tone. And now, there are a few more glimpses at how Keaton's Batman could have looked.
Speaking with Yahoo!, Tim Burton offered up his opinion on the new wave of superhero movies. In particular, Burton took aim at Marvel for making film after film with the same formula and issues-ridden superhero. Yes, Tim Burton thinks Marvel needs to consider making a happy superhero.
The more we hear about the possible Beetlejuice sequel, the more we can't help but get excited in spite of all the dread. And now it sounds like Burton and company are keen on getting the Beetlejuice band back together, and that includes Lydia Deetz.
Holy Bat-ception, Batman! Apparently Batman Returns was going to originally feature this store - a merchandising shrine to all things Batman, based upon his shenanigans in the first Burton Batman film. Check out plenty more pictures after the cut!
We've covered Annie Leibovitz's fantastical photoshoots before - but her latest starring Amy Adams and Tim Burton slide over the edge of fantasy into full blown creepiness. PUT THE BLUNT IMPLEMENT DOWN, TIM, OH GOD.
Tim Burton was originally going to helm a third Batman movie after Batman Returns, but the studio bumped him from the director's chair in favor of Batman Forever director Joel Schumacher. But this concept art gives us one possible look for Burton's version of Robin.