Oh. My. God. After a long, torturous three months, 20th Century Fox has finally confirmed a new Alvin and the Chipmunks movie. And as if that isn't enough news to get your pants wet, chew on this: the movie will be in 3D, ladies and gentlemen. That means you will get to see the greatness of Jason Lee's amazing acting abilities and the chipmunk's wonderful, soothing voices in not one, not two, but three dimensions. The movie will be so cleverly titled Alvin and the Chipmunks 3D. What will they think of next?!?!?! Now a bit of bad news: it won't be released until December 2011. The next 22 months are sure to be the slowest I have ever endured. But it will be totally worth the wait. Thank you, 20th Century Fox, for gracing us with your incredible magic.
Wednesday, March 10, 2010
If you've read my previous post about Tim Burton, you should know my feelings about his films (at least as of late). Alice in Wonderland is no different; it's exactly what you would expect from Burton: misunderstood protagonist? Check. Creepy, strange setting? Check. Creepy, strange characters? Check. Danny Elfman, Johnny Depp and the wifey, Helena Bonham Carter? Check, check and check. This is fine for some, maybe even good news, but personally, it just makes me roll my eyes.