First Look: Tim Burton's Trippy New Alice in Wonderland

June 21, 2009
Source: USA Today

Tim Burton's Trippy New Alice in Wonderland

We've seen glimpse of Tim Burton's Alice in Wonderland previously, but USA Today now has our official first look. And it's definitely not what we were expecting to see, that's for sure! Not only do they have three new gorgeous new concept art photos, but they reveal our first looks at Johnny Depp as The Mad Hatter, Helena Bonham Carter as The Red Queen, and Anne Hathaway as The White Queen. "It has been Burton-ized" is how producer Richard Zanuck describes the director's vision of the Lewis Carroll classic. After shooting for only 40 days, they're working on adding CG animation and motion-capture creatures.

Below you'll see the first three promo banners - one for the Mad Hatter, one for the evil Red Queen, and one for the White Queen. These will be up in movie theaters starting later this week. Click to see them bigger.

Johnny Depp - Alice in WonderlandHelena Bonham Carter - Alice in WonderlandAnne Hathaway - Alice in Wonderland

A scene where Alice, played by Mia Wasikowska, greets talking rose blossoms at the entrance to what seems to be a forest of giant mushrooms. "But as in the book, her size shrinks and grows throughout her journey."

Alice in Wonderland Concept Art

"The rabbit is convinced he has the right Alice," Zanuck says about the scene below. "He has been looking for her for years." Michael Sheen plays the White Rabbit - you can see a full-size version by click the photo.

Alice in Wonderland Concept Art

Interestingly, this is somewhat of a sequel to Disney's animated movie from 1951. "Alice, 17, attends a party at a Victorian estate only to find she is about to be proposed to in front of hundreds of snooty society types. Off she runs, following a white rabbit into a hole and ending up in Wonderland, a place she visited 10 years before yet doesn't remember." As for Wasikowska, who plays Alice, Burton says "she just had that certain kind of emotional toughness, standing her ground in a way that makes her kind of an older person with a younger person's mentality." Zanuck also adds: "There is something real, honest and sincere about her."

Tim Burton's Alice in Wonderland is scheduled to hit theaters on March 5th, 2010 in both Disney Digital 3D as well as regular 2D. You can see more photos and find out more about Burton's movie at USA Today.

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  • Tyler
    Looks like Fear and Loathing meets Willy Wonka.
  • i only just recently was able to raise my jaw back up from the floor, i assure you
  • Yamika
    O_O OMG... i love it >_<
  • Kevin
    Looks awesome, can't wait. But why does Johnny Depp look like Elijah Wood in that picture?
  • allen sharpe
    i hate you tim burton. always gotta ruin nice things. why cant they just be nice?
  • Cody
    Its going to be creepy and trippy just like the cartoon.
  • lol took 5 comments before someone took it to heart, all hail Buzz Killington
  • Scott McHenry
    If Johnny Depp and Helena Bonham Carter were a million times less creepy this would be cool.
  • dave
    Loving it!
  • Chuck Norris
    1st picture looks like Carrot Top playing The Joker.
  • jillinthebox
    Wow, this is exquisite.
  • Moe
    @4 I thought the same thing as soon as I seen the picture. lol
  • Bender
    actually... it doesn't look too good, even for Burton I hoped for a fresh approach, but instead I got more of the same
  • Mario
    Depp looks like a mix of elija wood and madonna. And Tim, you are trying too hard.
  • Andy
    looks very unique... looking fwd to it!
  • Alfredo
    If I didn't know from beforehand that Depp was playing the Hatter, I would've assumed Eiljah Wood too. Weird.
  • evanna
    Looks really amazing.. only a bit too creepy.
  • cyn
    wow-looks very interesting! I think the creepy factor works for this.
  • Farris
    This is already a top trending topic on twitter. This movie could be pretty big.
  • Farris
    This is already a top trending topic on twitter. This movie could be pretty big.
  • Caleb
    im so ready for this
  • mike
    you can't even tell that it's Johnny Depp under all that make up, i keep thinking it looks like Elijah Wood.
  • Daniel
    Shouldn't this be Return to Wonderland?
  • crAziemutant
    Yea...I love Alice. But I'm still on the fence with this. Probably going to see it in 2D. We'll see about 3D.
  • JimD
    This looks great. This story is a perfect fit for Tim Burton.
  • Thanks FirstShowing, great article. To learn more about the history of Tim Burton and Johnny Depp, take a look at The Campus Socialite!
  • Wesley
    Awesome! I was waiting for an adaptation for American McGee's "Alice" for years. Looks like this will do nicely!
  • agree with the first comment by Tyler... looks like Fear and Loathing meets Willy Wonka... Curious Very Curious
  • I am sooooo excited!..
  • ben
    this looks great, i can't wait to see it. Elijah Wood is wonderful to look at
  • d1rEct
    Can't wait, Burton is a genius
  • REAL6
    Thats not Johnny Depp. Thats Elijah wood. Look agagin!!!
  • esophus
    #14 Madonna was the first thing that came out of my mouth...lololol!!!!
  • I have anxiety
    I guess it's hard not to make Anne Hathaway hot.
  • AprilCoolsDay
    Tim Button's wife and his boyfriend look really creepy in those makeup.
  • dodi
    the cartoon sucked big time. hallmark version will remain the best version.
  • Tim "Cloverfield"
    In Tim Burton we trust!
  • Men of Honor
    Wow!!!!!!!!!! Looks beautiful.... Damn Beautiful!!!!! Looking foward to this...
  • Cinemassiv
    This looks like horse$%!@... Why would anyone say in Tim Burton we trust? Because of Wonka? Sweeny Toad? Planet of the Grapes? Come on, the guy lost his edge 15 years ago. This movie will blow.
  • I cannot wait! Give us a trailer!
  • Katie
    HOLY CRAP!!! i can't wait!!!!! XD
  • This movie actually looks awesome!. I'm definately gonna go and see it!.
  • Cody
    What 39 said Burtons been done for a while if ya ask me....unless this is a sorta comback cause burton has churned out some real shit the last few times.
  • Mary
    I personally think this looks absolutely amazing. i am glad it has this creepier edge to it and i like the ideas for the plot. sounds really cool. and i don't really understand why some of you have to hate on Tim Burton. he's just himself and leave him alone. 😀
  • Burton should do Wizard Of Oz next. I just watched Batman Returns for the first time in years, and btw it is very underrated, IMO.
  • DoomCanoe
    The Hatters off centered eye looks amazing... but i honestly cant tell if that's Johnny or Elijah. its bugging the hell out of me other photos look great to
  • w00t!!!
    How is this not what we expected? Looks exactly as I thought it word. Nothing surprising but still looks promising.
  • xerxex
    totally trippy!
  • Travolta
    Seriously Depp looks more like Wonka in this photo compared to the entire chocolate factory movie which i still think was disapointing.
  • Marty
    Looks interesting, and creepy as always from Burton.
  • Nicole
    I can't wait for this! The anticipation is erupting inside! Great idea Burton. And yes to Johnny Depp!!!
  • DCompose
    I like that it's a sequel.
  • Chris
    Why must Tim Burton recycle every character in every movie he does? This looks retarded.
  • Nick S.
    SWEEEEEEEET! bring on 2010!
  • kristy creepy or no...sounds kind of like a literary Henry Darger if you ask me.
  • Icarus
    Aw HELL no. This movie has acid trip nightmare written all over it. I don't care how good or artistic it is.
  • Conrad
    Number 7, good call w/ the Killington! "cause he's a Scot! hehe" awesome wicked pics. this I will see for sure on opening day. love Burton and Depp. although, Depp does kinda creep me out here.
  • capo689
    Wow... talk about a good reason to take acid... and it's in 3-D. MY POPCORN IS TRYING TO EAT ME!!!
  • SuicidalOptimist
    Tim Burton's movies are always kinda weird. Beautiful visually, but still weird. Plus, he makes every story turn out kinda creepy. Like, Willy Wonka...>.> Alice in Wonderland was a trippy story to begin with, but man...Johnny Depp will give me nightmares in this one, lol. >.< That's what happens when grown men with a goth kid mentality get handed a bunch of money and a camera. 😉
  • Check out the full-size photo's on USA
  • pogi
    depp looks like elijah wood with that make-up
  • ron mexico
    I'm just so sick of Depp and these "whimsical" roles. Enough already. It's starting to get old.
  • OMG! i cant wait!!!!!!!!!!!!! i loved alice and wonderland since i was a kid and mm still obessed with it today! ive loves Tim Burton since i watched NBC and frankenweenie...i love his work, short stories and directing <3 im soooooooooooooooooooo excited! i cant wait, i'm writing it on my calender as we speak!
  • Lil
    IT LOOKS AWESOME! From the pictures it sort of reminds me of the Alice computer game - maybe the movie is less freaky then that. The graphics are gonna be great, I like the idea of having faces on the flowers.
  • Jaynich
    Hahaha "Fear and Loathing in the Chocolate Factory"
  • woooooooooooow Very nice!!! I love it =)
  • javi
    This looks like its going to end up looking like an over art directed skittles commercial...
  • MizPiz
    I don't get why Tim Burton is so hated. Charlie and the Chocolate Factory wasn't that bad and the only horrible movie he did was Planet of the Apes (some will say Mars Attack, but it was like Scary Movie 1 and 2, so bad its good). But, yeah, looks really good and I cannot wait for it to come out.
  • Kevin
    I agree with #68...Planet of the Apes is the only truly bad Burton movie. Sweeney Todd was pretty a fan of the original Broadway show, I was upset with some of the changes but have now seen the movie a good 4 times and it's become one of my favorites. Charlie and the Chocolate Factory was also pretty darn good...don't compare it to the original, just enjoy it for what it is.
  • jeanene funthing
  • T.T i thought tim burton will be making the return to wonderland version of alice.. but oh well atleast this one will be pretty interesting...
  • parker
    This looks fantastic. I can't wait!
  • Eas
    Am I the only one that thinks the Mad Hatter looks kinda like BeetleJuice?
  • Looks pretty . I love it .
  • angryKid
    Nice. Although....Johnny Depp ended up looks like a crazy Elijah Wood
  • Mark
    What makes Burton stand out is his detail in art direction. It is simply burtonesque and it's hard to say that it's better or worse than anything else. I like that he mixes cg with real props and characters, But I wish he could lay of the cg a little and make it more authentic with style, like spike lee is doing with most of Where the Wild things are.
  • D
    Everything looks beautiful except Johnny Depp. Oh, the irony.
  • tessa
    I like taking old things and giving them a twist. if you dont like it, dont watch it. I think the makeup and costumes look great. i think this movie will be something everyone should see for that reason alone.
  • kgs
    I LOVE the original animated alice in wonderland and this one looks JUST as good I think thier trying to put in the factor of parents and children will like this i mean most have grew up watching the movie anyway what makes this one different? the only thing is i am iffy about johhny depp i hated him in charlie and the chocolate factory. WORST REMAKE EVER!!!
  • Beavis
    Johnny Depp's hatter looks like he's had more than his share of cocaine. Helena Bonham Carter's queen looks stoned. Anne Hathaway's queen thogh makes Anne Hathaway herself more sexy. Iron Man 2 may top them though with Scarlet Johansson donning a black PVC outfit as The Black Widow. Wonderland's still has a long way to go to surpass the land train hijacking scene in Fast and Furious.
  • Leisa
    Perfect. This is gonna be great. And it's freaking DISNEY - Oh please please please please please please please let there be a whole buttload of merchandise at the theme park as I am hoping to be there in April not long after this opens... oh man oh man oh man. God knows they blew up Enchanted when I was there the last time... it was EVERYWHERE. Depp - awesome Helena - Love her Hathaway - good call RICKMAN - oh yeah Stephen Fry - loved him in V4V I am over the top incredibly excited about this! Maybe even more so than the next Potter film - and I am salivating for that one... Ok. enough babbling... continue with your conversations.
  • Too many young animators are citing Tim Burton as an influence, and failing to produce truly dark, original work of their own. What do you think?
  • jessica
    Should have seen this coming. But it does look beautiful. I hope it's not as dissapointing as sweeny todd. And I agree. Wizard of oz should be next.
  • kennedy
    um NO wizard of oz should NOT be next. What are u thinking???? its a TIMELESS classic that should NOT be touched
  • Beavis
    Suposing Tim Burton turns more to science fiction genre and made another Star Wars Trilogy set after Episode 6, in which the Jedi are undergoing a new renaisaince due to Luke Skywalker having kids.
  • lespacino
    I agree that he should leave certain things be. I have been a fan, and really enjoy his original works, I am tired of his remakes, and frankly of seeing Johnny Depp in nearly everything he does (what is this 3 in a row now, or am I missing some?). This saddens me as I have been a Depp fan, but am getting a bit sick of him now. It was better when he popped up every now and then, not multiple times per year. And, frankly that Mad Hatter looks annoying, but not in a good Mad Hatter way. If you wanna make something, why not stay true to the book- this Mad Hatter, and Alice definitely do not. Sad. The reason it is popular in the first place was that Lewis Carroll got it right- why fudge that up?
  • arkyvarky
    @15 how does this look unique at all? its the same old shit
  • nicole
    words can not describe how excited i am about this movie.
  • kat
    im so excited this moving is coming out! im most excited that johnny depp is playing the mad hatter, but seriously the cheshire cat is not a male! get it right!
  • Marley
    If it's Tim Burton it's gonna be fucked up, and I love it that way, I'm excited as hell!
  • daniela
    hey is very impresionant tim is a fabolous amimator and director
  • hey you!
    ok...number 85! im letting you know now that The Wizard of Oz IS in fact being remade. They are screwing it up badly...but it is still being remade. It is all going to be real people or anything real about it at ALL! Also, there are no musical numbers in it WHATSOEVER!! Here is the information: Oz Release Date: TBA Studio: Warner Bros. Pictures Director: Not Available Screenwriter: Josh Olson Starring: Not Available Genre: Adventure, Fantasy MPAA Rating: Not Available Official Website: Not Available Review: Not Available DVD Review: Not Available DVD: Not Available Movie Poster: Not Available Production Stills: Not Available Plot Summary: A revisionist take on the L. Frank Baum books that hatched "The Wizard of Oz." McFarlane said. "I want to create (an interpretation) that has a 2007 wow factor. You've still got Dorothy trapped in an odd place, but she's much closer to the Ripley from 'Alien' than a helpless singing girl." Olson was keeping plot specifics to himself but said the film will be closer to a sequel than a remake. Trailer: Coming soon!
  • dude
    aww man that sucks!
  • link
    it seems cool, looks great
  • kennedy
    wow thanks hey u but god that sucks there remaking wizard of oz!
  • whoop
    it looks so creepy but magical! love the make up (:
  • Jezza
    If this don't overtake that atrocious crap called Titanic that will be a travesty
  • Hamster
    I'm making some predictions here. Mia Wasikowska has defenitly got a chance of winning an MTV award for Best Breakthrough Performance-Female for her Alice. The male equivilant is likely to be going to one of the boys from The Hangover, Ed Helms as Stu, the one who "lost a tooth" and "married a whore", being the likeliest out of them. Helena Bonham Carter could get a nomination for Best Villain for her Red Queen. Johnny Depp could be nominated for Best Actor for his hatter, but will probably lose to Sacha Baron Cohen as Bruno.
  • junebug
    I think that the next movie that Tim Burnton should produce is a book called THE DEVOURING. Some may know it if you like to read twisted, and dark, and creepy-beyond-belief books. It would be like putting Tim Burnton in a candy store.
  • bored out of my mind
    yeah, i read the devouring and it was an awesome book!
  • Leslie Ann
    Okay. 1. Johnny Depp is the greatest actor alive. 2. Tim Burton is the greatest Director. 3.Alice in Wonderland is the best Disney movie! THIS IS GOING TO BE THE BEST MOVIE I HAVE EVER SEEN IN MY LIFE! :] I am super pumped. i cannot wait till March 5th OH MAN! 😀 -Leslie Ann
  • ray
    thats gonna be awesome im loving all of it.good job
  • detonator
    tim burton is such an a**hole. and look at you all lapping it all up. sad, sad, kitschy stuff!!
  • Lisha
    Ok i would just like to say that i think it looks awesome and every one else can just go Fu ck off. If you dont think you are going to like it, dont watch it.
  • Fac
    oh emm gee ^_^ O_O dis is gunna be awsome looks amazing and cannot wait to see it .... aahhhh !!!
  • Lindsey
    This is gonna be F*ckin great... I can already tell. Tim Burton rocks!!!!
  • i love how so many people are into it and how so many people aren't. it will be interesting to see the turnout for this movie, i personally love everything tim burton, johnny depp, and helena bonham carter. and anne hathaway is simply gorgeous =] muy bien.
  • Captain Slow
    Looks like something out of Lord of the Rings. The Red Queen is essentially Sauron Alice is a mix of Frodo and Aragorn Tweedle twins are basically Merry and Pippin Chesiere Cat is basically Gollum The Mad Hatter is King Theoden/Saruman
  • hfvlajsdhfv
    I think that the mad hatter's a bit over the edge, I think that depp is better suited for dark works (hence his near attachment to the famous dark director), and I do believe that as more information is presented, we can see how this movie and plot-line will develop. I think more information is needed. Don't judge it just yet. BTW, I thought sweeney was an awesome movie, with depp singing, played perfectly to both the director's and actor's strengths. Charlie and the chocolate factory had to be darker or weirder or something, because if they had made it nice, they wouldn't have enough room to even call it a remake. It could essentially be the same plot and events and characters as the first. It had to be weird. This same rule applies to alice. It's a new outlook on a classic story. Take Wicked. This is a classic prequel of Wizard of Oz, completely changing the perspective of the original. It was a prequel, but it showed other sides of the characters and redeveloped both shows. As a fore-note, I would like to bring you back to edward scissor hands. Classic burton with a quiet, dark depp. This is what they do best. Remakes can be good, but they have to change the perspective and feel of the story. Otherwise, they're not remakes, they're just make-makes.
  • Mono
    Mad Hatter looks like Maddona on crack!
  • Ta-Ta
    Personally I like the first version better I mean I like the Nightmare Before Christmas but this has gone to far. The Mad Hatter Looks Creepy and so Does the Red Queen, but I like the Idea of putting Johnny Depp as the Mad Hatter. I Love Disney Movies but until I see More Info I'm Not going to see it.
  • Ta-Ta
    And Plus why does he have to have a Red Queen and a White Queen, just stick to the original Movie.
  • qwerty
    12 o'clock showing here i come
  • Sarah
    Oh my Jesus. This movie is going to be great. Johnny Depp is great and so is Helena Carter and Tim Burton is a movie making genius. :DD
  • Dianna
    March D:? Geee, I wish I knew about this later cause now i really want to watch.
  • the great pretender
    ugh why does anne hathaway have to be in this? hate her so much and her giant huge mouth and of course she's playing a good character again like man would it kill ya to be bad for once? damn goody goody. hope her part in this film are just brief she has no right being in a movie this awesome. go away alreadly.
  • ash
    I love Tim he is an amazing man!! I cannot wait to see this!!
  • Jezza
    #102 Apart from anything Pixar have done. Hell I rekon Tim Burton based his Cheshiere Cat on Randall Boggs from Pixar's Monsters Inc.
  • bonita barnes
    hey like omg!!!!!!! this is so nuts i could just die do you hear me DIE!!!!!!! ahhhhhh but no seriously this is so super fantastic and i cannot wait to watch it and dream about my future life with that hot detrot stud muffin JOHNNY DEPP!!!!! this is crazy this is amazing this is to good to be true you beutiful people you ohhhhhhhhhh yeeeeeeeeeeee haaaaaaaaaaaa oh and i should so be in this movie what where they thinking not casting me i mean quite seriously i am so talented it is umbelieve able i would like to read you this poem that i wrote about this movie here it gooooooooooooooooeesssssss alice oh alice i wish we both lived in a palace wonderland wonderland i am your biggest fan i love you because you are pale it makes me frale till we meet again this has only began love you new york
  • talon
    i tkink that this is so awsome i could just cry it the best thing in the world i was actualy wondering when something like this was going to happen i mean come on tim burtan is like one of the greatest movie pruducers and directers that ever walked the face of this earth he is and alway been capable of makeing a movie like this i saw that sweeney tod movie and it was awsome i mean whats not awsome about a homacidel killer barber that turns all the people that he kills into meat pies. i saw the other sweeney tod but it was in a play and i dident like that one so much but this it was great and a veary good pruduction good job tim good job
  • Lewis caroll, johnny depp and tim burton ALL in one movie!!!''s a dream come true!!! Johnny depp is my favorite actor, tim burton is my favorite director and lewis caroll is one of my favorite writers...I'm loving this :)
  • maddie
    OMG looks amazing i cannot waite to see this movie!!!!!!!! i love all of theses ppl in the movie!
  • Daniel
    Should I be tripping on acid when I see this movie?
  • suzieseller
    No acid necessary, it's provided through the film, especially if you can handle the 3-d version, not sure I can the first time. I agree the creepy makes it even better, and I believe the book is actually about an acid, or heroin trip. This is the sort of film that could cause someone on a bad, or even a fringe trip, to tumble over the edge...where many never return from. Nothing is worth that risk imo. Can't wait for the tea party I thought was being released today (Christmas Day), but alas the March Hare rules! Or was that the White Rabbit?
  • Sef
    Number 84, YES Tim Burton should make a wizard of Oz movie!!! We know the classic, and I have great respect for that movie. But wouldn't anybody see a new Wizard of Oz musical made in movie magic they have today? Give them a chance! Look at the trailer of Alice in Wonderland. Wouldn't you see the Land of OZ like that. That's awesome!! I think Tim Burton would make a great job doing a remake of the movie with a bunch of new songs. And for instance, Johny Depp as the scarecrow. Wouldn't that be hilarious?? Just like 'Charlie and the Chocolate factory'. Tim Burton made a brilliant remake, and it made me buy the classic one. And I don't think I was the only one. So don't be afraid a classic movie will be forgotten after a successful remake! There are two new Oz movies in the making 1. The CGI movie by John Boorman, more based on the book then the classic movie was. I'm very curious! will be released this year or 2011. 2. A dark version of the Wizard of OZ bij Olson like the action figures of McFarlane. Not one of my favorites. But there is not much exact information about that one. I hope Tim Burton will make one two. That's one of my wishes for several years now!
  • I would much rather see a American McGee's Alice movie than this.
  • phil
    it pisses me off that she "falls into a hole" i wish she would drink the stuff that makes her go into her trip
  • loulou
    I'm so excited! Tim Burton makes such twisted movies and this is such a dark and twisted side! I love it. I think Depp is a wonderful choice because he adapts to so many rolls, from Edward Sissorhands (which was pretty strange), Pirates, Public Enemies, Sweeny Todd (which was pretty dark since so many of you think he can't play a dark roll), as well as Willie Wonka...that was just a strange movie and almost a satire of the original. I can't wait!
  • Chris
    Johnny Depp looks exactly like Madonna
  • Kiara
    looks cheap to me, sorry. But bad 3D chartoons we can watch in the childerens channels, too. Looks like Willy Wonka is making advertises for organic food, with that green top hat... The queer too is nothing we haven't seen yet. I like burton, but his clay stop-motion like movies were better.
  • emily
    Im so exited me and my friends are going to see this on the 5 th! its going to be Shweet!
  • Jcash
    I love how Burton feels the need to ruin every single classic with his pseudo-goth mind.Why can't this guy just stop?
  • i think it is going to be awsome!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
  • Duane Wong
    Wow. This looks like an awesome movie from Tim Burton and Johnny Depp and Anne Hathaway. Will look forward to viewing this marvelous movie. Looks like a winner to me.
  • PHIL B
    ROLE is spelled just this way!!! ROLE NOT "ROLL!" JACKASS! LOULOU YOU'RE A FUCKING RETARD!!!
  • Cheryl
    YES! Tim Burton would be my own choice to redo the Wizard of oz and Johnny Depp should play the scarecrow!
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