Tuesday, July 31, 2007

Never Forget, Never Fovgive

Over the weekend, Tim Burton showed Sweeney Todd clips at San Diego's Comic-Con. Also reviled was the movie poster with the new tag line "Never Forget, Never Forgive" courteously of aintitcool.com. The only problem is that I had a hard time getting the picture to load onto this post so to view it you'll have to vist this link: http://www.aintitcool.com/node/33463

Saturday, July 28, 2007

Friday, July 27, 2007

Harry Potter Pictures

I wish my hair was like Helena's...

If you haven't already, I recomend that you go see the new Harry Potter movie. Helena is extraordinary, her laugh is awsome and she does a bloody good crazy woman!

Thursday, July 26, 2007

A Wonderful Performance By HBC!

I must write here, before I forget, (which is not hard for someone like myself...however, that's beside the point-) that Helena Bonham Carter captured thousands with her amazing performance as Bellatrix Lestrange in Warner Brother's Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix, this month. I think we should all stop for a moment, and honour Ms. Carter...!

The Wonderful World Of Tim Burton

Not only is Tim Burton the director of over 15 movies (if you count his early movies from 1971-1986, such as Vincent and Frankenweenie) but is the husband of our fantastic Helena Bonham Carter.
He was born in Burbanks, California on August 25th, 1958 as Timothy William Burton. At thirteen he created his earliest known movie
, The Island Of Doctor Agor.Then, after losing his scholarship to California Arts Institute he filmed Stalk of the Celery Monster. After making Vincent and Frankenweenie Disney had had enough, saying that is movies were inappropropriate and frightening for young viewers. But in spite of that he went on to make Peewee's Big Adventure.

In 1990, Tim met Johnny Depp and together brought us Edward Scissorhands followed by Ed Wood, Sleepy Hollow, Charlie and the Chocolate Factory, Corpse Bride, and Sweeney Todd.
Other movies by Tim Burton are the Nightmare Before Christmas, Planet of The Apes, Mars Attacks, Big Fish, Batman, Batman Returns, Beetlejuice, and possibly one titled Belive It or Not, the story of Robert Ripley possible with Jim Carrey as the title role but the way things are going it looks like this movie may end up being a simple story waiting in Tim Burton's dark, twisted, but wonderfu
l mind ,begging to be told.