Full Alice in Wonderland Triptych Poster Finally Unveiled
Last week, Disney kicked off a small viral with The Mad Hatter on Facebook who was leading us to some "treasure." As we quickly found out, his treasure was a series of three posters for Tim Burton's Alice in Wonderland that when put together would give us a good look at all the characters from the movie. The complete reveal took a lot longer than Disney expected, and although they didn't even reach their final goal, they just said to hell with it and put out the final poster anyway. So here it is, the complete triptych poster for Alice in Wonderland for your viewing pleasure. Click the photo or head to Flickr to see it in high res.
Alice in Wonderland is directed by visionary filmmaker Tim Burton, of everything from Pee-Wee's Big Adventure to Beetlejuice to Batman to Edward Scissorhands to Mars Attacks to Sleepy Hollow to Charlie and the Chocolate Factory to Sweeney Todd most recently. The screenplay was written by Disney's own Linda Woolverton, of Beauty and the Beast, Homeward Bound, and The Lion King previously. This is based on Lewis Carroll's beloved series of books that were first published in 1865. Disney is bringing Tim Burton's Alice in Wonderland to both digital 3D and 2D theaters everywhere on March 5th, 2010 early next year.
Reader Feedback - 24 Comments
awesome, nuff said
lego on Nov 16, 2009
Why is that disney utilizes Johnny Depp as the focal character of this story?
Zachy on Nov 16, 2009
It's kewl, but I don't like how Mad Hatter seems to the be center of it all. It's "Alice in Wonderland" Not "The amazing trippy Mad Hatter all up in your face and I guess there's also this girl named alice but who really cares too much about her?" movie.
Sabes on Nov 16, 2009
Plot Summary: An extension on Lewis Carroll's original story, Alice, now 19, attends a party at a Victorian estate only to find she is about to be proposed to by a rich suitor in front of hundreds of snooty society types. She runs off, following a white rabbit into a hole and ending up in Wonderland, a place she visited many years before yet doesn't remember. The white rabbit claims to have come back for Alice because she is the only one who can slay the "Jabberwock, who guards the Red Queen's empire". Alice remains completely unaware of why she is in Wonderland, and is confused about the fact that she had once visited Wonderland and all its inhabitants years before. She then embarks on an adventure of self discovery and to save Wonderland from the Red Queen's reign of terror with the help of her Wonderland friends.
Dude on Nov 16, 2009
who sitting at the end at the table?
mike on Nov 16, 2009
@Zachy Johnny Depp sells tickets.
EJP on Nov 16, 2009
The same reason why Brad Pitt was the only guy on the Inglorious Basterds poster.
Shane on Nov 16, 2009
captain subtext on Nov 16, 2009
AND IF THAT ISN'T THE FREAKING TREE (albeit toned down a little. it is the same angle though) FROM SLEEPY FREAKING HOLLOW, THEN I AM A WINE SWILLING HOMOJACKASS. (get the reference?)
Angry Chief on Nov 16, 2009
my other comment did not post for some reason. But the first part of post #9 is: THIS MOVIE IS BULLSHIT! BULLSHIT, BULLSHIT, BULLSHIT! you can't gay-up (no offense) Alice and wonderland! It can't be like it ran into the Wall and Rocky Horror Picture Show at 60mph. This make-a me sad.
Angry Chief on Nov 16, 2009
nice one sabes.
xerxex on Nov 16, 2009
WOW!, what a beautiful poster!. Disney makes the best movie posters, especially for movie like the pirates of the caribbean movies, a well, obviously this movie and and even national treasure movies as well !!!.
Sean on Nov 16, 2009
whomever on Nov 16, 2009
featuring alice but starring the mad hatter to sell tickets to confused people about a story even she cant remember being there in the first place. maybe alice will return to earth and it will be run by monkeys ala apes.
bassbin on Nov 17, 2009
the people who made the first one were on drugs not kidding
mike on Nov 17, 2009
I still think the mad hatter looks like Elijah Wood.
Syphous on Nov 17, 2009
Why behind Alice the tree looks exactly like The Headless Horseman tree?
George on Nov 17, 2009
I like how the Mad hatter appears twice in this triple poster. I understand they wanted him in the poster with Alice but they should have thought of it when they made them to join together.
Maxx on Nov 17, 2009
I doubt anyone will see these 3 posters lined up like this except internet movie nerds, who will all go see the movie regardless.
tterb on Nov 17, 2009
I agree with #3. I will definitely go see this because it looks amazing, but The story is not called 'The mad hatter in wonderland'. He's a great actor but it isn't all about him. I don't plan him I blame the pinheads that make the world go round.
risk on Nov 17, 2009
Looks like Charlie and the Chocolate Factory
manilla on Nov 17, 2009
Fantastic Poster. I love Tim Burton =)
Paul on Nov 17, 2009
Great Poster full of colors.
Fisherr on Nov 21, 2009
People so what if the tree behind Alice looks like the one in Sleepy Hollow. Big Freaking Deal! Oh and its Alice in Wonderland not Alice and Wonderland for those haters critizising the movie. It does look like a good movie it will sell alot! So Get Over IT! GEEEZ.
bbkf3 on Feb 1, 2010
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