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Based on Neil Gaiman’s short story and directed by Henry Selick, this movie features the voices of Dakota Fanning, Teri Hatcher and Ian McShane.
Well, the animation looks great, and I am looking forward to seeing it, but I have to wonder how close it will ring to Mirror Mask. I had read Coraline before seeing MM, so that when I did see it, I thought Neil Gaiman had re-written Coraline for the screen. I mean, they’re both about an evil which trying to be a little girl’s “new mom.” Is Dave McKean involved in this one, as well? I wonder.
Took that Constanteen complaint to heart, then, Hollywood?
(okay, I’ve been pronouncing it wrong. I’m sorry.)
In Neil Gaiman’s website there is a larger version of the trailer although it requires a DivX plugin.
Didn’t they show this before the 3-D version of Beowulf?
Which Witch is it then? Sorry. Tynipg wtihuot tikhnig.
Wow. I know of Coraline, but I never read it. It looks great.
Neat-O. The book’s creepy as all get out.
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