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Alice in Wonderland on Blu-ray and DVD June 1st

Alice in Wonderland on Blu-ray and DVD June 1st

As the Spring starts to heat up and Summer quickly approaches, one Disney flick will be right there waiting for you – with or without the Jabberwock: Tim Burton’s Alice in Wonderland. The magical adventure through the world of a Wonderland never before seen (except by Alice, who marks her second journey there) will be available on Blu-ray and DVD June 1st. The 3D film has garnered close to $1 billion dollars world wide, making it one of the biggest box office smashes of the past few years. Check out the full press release below, and take a quick peek at the box art

Alice in Wonderland makes audiences lose heads, says nydailynews.com

Alice in Wonderland makes audiences lose heads, says nydailynews.com

This was a Jabberwock of a debut weekend for Alice in Wonderland, according to the NY Daily News. Movie-goers went mad as a hatter, grabbing tickets at the box office to the tune of $116 million for the new Disney film. The live action and CG animation hybrid film is now credited as having the highest grossing weekend for a non-sequel; though there is at least a correlation to Alice’s first trip to Wonderland. The film aired in most regions across 3D screens, as Johnny Depp wowed audience in the latest Tim Burton picture. Who went to see it this weekend? And who will be back to see it (again) next weekend?

Alice in Wonderland in theaters today

Alice in Wonderland in theaters today

Tim Burton’s dream-like take on the already-dream-like Alice in Wonderland hits theaters today, starring Johnny Depp, Mia Wasikowska, Helena Bonham Carter, Anne Hathaway, Crispin Glover, and Michael Sheen, amongst others. The world of the new “Alice” has drifted a long way from the Looking Glass, and the original 1951 animated Disney classic. Combining live action with animation, the film brings Alice, now 19 years old, back to Wonderland 12 years later where she must confront the Jabberwock, the Red Queen, the Mad Hatter, and more. Disney will bring modern take to both 3D and IMAX screens as well as regular theaters globally, starting today, March 5th. Anyone planning on going opening night?

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