I just did a whole lot of poking around...the original source that blog I found credited isn't up and running anymore. The earliest posted picture I can find anywhere is last night around 6 something. MiceChat certainly did beat everyone to the punch. DeadMenDoTellTails, you have a VERY good assistant!
Posted by Lizzy and credited to Wicked Wench on Nov 16th and they claim to be the first. Not sure if they are, however.
I'm doubting they were first. DMDTT Posted the picture here on 11-16-08, and several people started commenting about it right away.
That other sight, says it posted on 11-16, also, BUT curiously, no one commented on it until the 17th.
I say DMDTT gave MiceChat the 1st scoop!!!!
just did a little more checking, and there is a "Wicked Wench" registered at MiceChat, however, it doesn't show that they have been on the boards since 10-23, however, they would not have had to been signed in to view the threads and the picture. Curiouser and Curiouser.
Last edited by Aladdin; 11-18-2008 at 01:34 AM.
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This defiantly screams out Tim Burton. It looks like a combination of Edward Scissorhands and Willy Wonka.
I was thinking the same thing. It also looks very Victorian with the makeup. I hope it isn't as garish on the screen. Knowing Tim Burton's films and their use of dark filters I think it will look better on screen.
Hang on, I thought that his performance was going to mo-cap. If so, what need for make-up and costume?
That's my question as well. Have I just misunderstood the information that's been reported? I thought the film was only bookended with scenes involving live actors, and then the Wonderland scenes were animated using motion capture technology.