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"We're actually going to shoot that film next September/October with Tim Burton and Johnny. We've been working on the script a lot, even though he's working on 'Alice.' We've been given a script. John August (Charlie and the Chocolate Factory, Corpse Bride) wrote the first screenplay. We're making some changes, but the film's going to be in production, as I say, September or October of next year."
"I understand that there was an announcement that there was going to be a fourth, and now I've been told since that that was not a reliable announcement,
"I'm pretty sure that there will be [a fourth], I would be amazed if there weren't, given the success of the first three."
"The person I represent must be somehow special. I was totally fascinated of John Dillinger in Public Enemies for example. And Captain Jack Sparrow was revolutionary - a bank robber but at the same time national hero.
"My success came on its own. However, I was very lucky. For example, directors like Tim Burton fought for me when Paramount didn't want to give me the lead role in Sleepy Hollow.
"When I made the breakthrough I was regarded as the new James Dean. But the biggest compliment I ever received was the comparison with Marlon Brando. He is my idol - and was my best friend."
“The White Rabbit is such an iconic character that I didn’t feel like I should break the mould too much, so I just sort of went with it.”
“The story had a huge impact on me as a child and it’s stayed with me ever since, so to be part of Tim Burton’s version is just like a dream come true.”
"I could see myself working with Frank again," said Butler. "But, I don't know. Graphic novels are things that I wouldn't do a lot of, so I would have to really choose carefully before I did."
But one movie that the duo already discussed is a future "Sin
City" installment. "At one point, he talked to me about one of the 'Sin City' [movies]," Butler explained. "And we discussed that."
He continued: "There's a kind of cool character I think in the third one, but it was all very kind of soft talk."
If Butler boards "Sin City 3" that would mean that he could star in the film opposite actors like Angelina Jolie and Johnny
Depp, who have previously confirmed their involvement in the third movie. If we could only skip the annoying second installment.