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'Alice in Wonderland's' Matt Lucas Caught With His Fly Down (VIDEO)

by Oliver Miller, posted Mar 25th 2010 4:35PM
Matt Lucas Caught with His Fly down on 'Bonnie Hunt'Matt Lucas -- who starred as Tweedledee and Tweedledum in Tim Burton's 'Alice in Wonderland' -- was on 'The Bonnie Hunt Show' (weekdays, syndicated), to discuss his first brush with fame. Apparently, as a young actor, Lucas got a chance to meet Madonna and have his picture taken with her.

This was an exciting moment for Lucas. "I thought, yeah ... finally I've arrived ... with all these cool beautiful people," he said. Unfortunately, Lucas had his fly unzipped in the photo taken with the Material Girl. We're sure that Madonna has seen worse things than an unzipped fly, but still -- with Lucas telling the tale, we got to savor his humiliation as he relived it all over again.

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Tim Burton To Give 'The Addams Family' The Big Screen 3D Treatment

by Mike Moody, posted Mar 18th 2010 3:25PM
addams familyHere's more proof that Tim Burton has transitioned from creating original films to grafting his signature freaky style onto well-established franchises: Burton is directing a 3D stop-motion movie based on 'The Addams Family.'

We've seen countless iterations of Charles Addams' all together ooky clan since the classic 1960s TV series left the air. My favorites are Barry Sonnefeld's clever '90s Addams flicks starring Raul Julia and Anjelcia Huston as Gomez and Morticia (let's not talk about the straight-to-DVD sequels). There were also two animated shows, a second live-action TV series in the late '90s, and a Broadway musical starring Nathan Lane and 'Frasier's Bebe Neuwirth (previewed by our very own Brad Trechak).

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ABC Family Picks Up TV Rights to 'Blind Side,' 'Alice in Wonderland'

by Chris Harnick, posted Mar 9th 2010 1:45PM
The Blind SideStill haven't seen 'The Blind Side'? Well, if you can hold out a little bit longer -- two years, in fact -- you can catch it on ABC Family.

According to The Hollywood Reporter, the network has acquired the television rights to the box-office and Best Picture-nominated sensation, which just won Sandra Bullock her first Oscar on Sunday. The film -- which made over $250 million, domestically -- will premiere sometime in 2012.

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Johnny Depp Reveals Secret for Getting Into Character (VIDEO)

by Donald Deane, posted Feb 25th 2010 1:00PM
Johnny Depp dropped by 'The Early Show' (weekdays, 7AM ET on CBS) and revealed that he gets into character by listening to custom mixes of music that evoke whoever he's playing.

"I get musical inspiration for the characters. Like, for example, there was a band -- actually, Terry Gilliam turned me onto this band called Sunset Rubdown. It was a great few songs on there that just defined the Hatter for me perfectly," Depp said, explaining how he got into character for Tim Burton's 'Alice in Wonderland.'

Watch the video after the jump.

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What's Hot on Inside Movies: A Brand New 'Alice in Wonderland' Trailer, Unscripted Interviews, the Decade's Greatest Films

by Betsey Denberg, posted Dec 16th 2009 11:06AM
We can always count on the crew at Inside Movies to keep us updated on the latest and greatest happenings in Hollywood. Yesterday it was all about the 66th Annual Golden Globes, so today we'll check out what else is hot on the big screen.

One of the most highly anticipated 2010 movies (aside from 'Eclipse,' of course) is Tim Burton's live-action take on Lewis Carroll's Alice in Wonderland.' Here's a look at the brand new full-length trailer.

The economy is slowing down for some, but apparently not for producer superstar Jerry Bruckheimer. Moviefone caught up with him to discuss guinea pigs, Nicolas Cage, and even a Rolling Stone.

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Pee Wee's Playhouse: The Movie, staring ... Johnny Depp?

by Brad Trechak, posted Dec 12th 2007 12:22PM
Pee-Wee's PlayhouseAccording to the Daily Stab, Johnny Depp is considering playing Pee-Wee Herman in a movie version of the former kid's show (and former HBO special) Pee-Wee's Playhouse. Depp has a history of taking on unusual roles and this would certainly be no exception.

The script would be by Paul Reubens, the original Pee-Wee. The two actors have known each other for a while, having worked together in the 2001 movie Blow. Also, both are casting favorites of director Tim Burton (Burton's professional directorial debut was the movie Pee-Wee's Big Adventure).

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