Alice In Wonderland Teaser Trailer Online! (Plus New Posters)

Published 6 years ago by , Updated September 12th, 2013 at 1:52 pm,

alice in wonderland logo Alice In Wonderland Teaser Trailer Online! (Plus New Posters)

Over the last few weeks we’ve had various looks at Tim Burton’s upcoming Alice in Wonderland adaptation, from images of the specific characters to concept art for the settings and so forth. To add to that, we’ve also been teased by Burton himself that the teaser (or “semi”) trailer was on it’s way soon, likely premiering at the 2009 San Diego Comic Con International this year.

However, it appears that the Alice in Wonderland trailer has dropped online a little earlier than allowed anticipated, as it was originally suppossed to be shown in 3D at Comic Con. We also have five new character posts for the movie for your viewing pleasure. Check it all out (while you can).

The very first ever footage from Burton’s Wonderland has just premiered online at IGN and I am relieved to say it’s every bit as good as I’ve been hoping it would be. The set design, the creatures, the colors, those classic Wonderland characters brought to life – all is just fantastic-looking. It appears that someone over at IGN has jumped the gun by posting this teaser trailer online this early, but here it is below (watch it while you can!):

Apart from the fact that Depp seems to be emulating Heath ledger’s Joker a tiny bit (with less sadistic violence, that is), he nonetheless looks fantastic in character as The Mad Hatter. Just like Burton and the Alice in Wonderland tale, Depp seems perfect for this role and this footage proves that.

Newcomer Mia Wasikowska, despite not speaking a word at all during the teaser, looks great as Alice, and overall it just looks like Burton has nailed the quirky yet dark tone the film rightfully should have (although, to be fair, Burton can do that sort of thing in his sleep).

On top of the teaser trailer, we also have five Alice in Wonderland character posters. They are basically the same as the images we’ve seen before of the film only in singular poster form, but they’re cool nonetheless (click any for larger version):

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  1. Oh my this film looks absolutely fantastic! Johnny Depp, from what I see in the trailer, is as always THE best for the role of the Mad Hatter. He’s always amazing when it comes to insanity.. and everything else.

  2. from the looks of it most the people who have given their opinion have know idea what good acting is i do i am in theater and i have been in many plays. johnny depp is an amazing actor he did amazing in sweeny todd he did an outstanding job as wonka. tim burton couldnt have picked a better person!!!! JD and TB u da bomb keep up the good work you guys are an inspiration to me and i know to many others!!!! lots of love

  3. @ Kaleb:

    I too am a professional actor, and I have found myself dissapointed by Johnny Depps work lately. He is a talented actor, which is why I am bothered. To me this Mad Hatter looks lazy, and I agree with others that it is akin to his Willy Wonka. Not just in style, but also in its emptiness. It doesn’t feel to me like he’s living this character as much as doing an impression of the character. There’s an indescribable fakeness to his acting lately that I relate to his popularity. He has a fanbase that will support him no matter how well he performs, which is the worst thing that can happen to an entertainer. I call it the “Conan O’Brien effect”. 99% of the time a struggling artist produces better work, and it appears that many of the non-actors here agree with me.

    Also, being an actor gives you no higher opinion of what “good” acting is than the rest of the viewing audience. In fact, I would argue that it gives you even less of an opinion because you know the inner workings of the performance and therefore not viewing it for it’s “magical” face value. What’s more, stage acting is VASTLY different than film.

  4. Maybe I’m just too old, but why on Earth does the White Queen have dark eyebrows? I hate that look…

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