The avatar thread sparked me to want to post this. In a few weeks, the movie Alice In Wonderland is going to premier (March 5th). This movie is going to be epic in my opinion. For one, Alice in Wonderland and Through the Looking Glass are a few of my favorite stories. It is being directed by Tim Burton who is by far my favorite directors. Helena Bonham Carter is playing the red queen, which is seriously the most perfect role imaginable for her. There are just so many things about this that is going to make it one amazing movie. The only point against it is that it is made by disney, which won't allow it to be as dark as I'd like. Still going by the previews, it will still be dark. [YOUTUBE]9POCgSRVvf0[/YOUTUBE] [YOUTUBE]LjMkNrX60mA[/YOUTUBE] I should probablly mention the plot for this a little too. This is not the original story. The premise of this is that alice, now 19 accidentally returns to wonderland. She has no memory of visiting this place when she fell down the rabbit hole for the first time many years later. She finds herself in a world, now totally within the grips of the red queen. Slowly she begins to make size of the situation, and ends up helping the rest of wonderland overthrow the red queen, with the help of the white queen (played by Anne Hathaway), the red queens younger sister. The white queen isn't totally good though, there are hints of evil and her motives are not totally clear. The mad hatter (played by johnny depp) ends up playing a key role and is one of the few totally good characters aside from alice. Unfortonately, like the name "mad hatter" suggests, he is not totally together.