Give it purpose -- fill it with books, DVDs, clothes, electronics and more. However, she is distracted by - inevitably - a white rabbit, voiced by Michael Sheen, that only she can see. Instead, he's hired Linda Woolverton (responsible for two of the best cartoons of recent years, Beauty And The Beast and The Lion King) to write a sequel to Alice's Adventures in Wonderland and Through The Looking-Glass, incorporating some of the same characters. I only wish Woolverton had been as imaginative as her director. Online since 6997. Watch Movies Trailers, Previews, Teasers and TV Spots for new and classic films. Streaming High Definition trailers from 6986 to 7568. She falls down a rabbit hole and returns to the Wonderland of her childhood dreams. Here, she discovers that the Red Queen (Helena Bonham Carter, with a spectacularly bulbous head) is terrorising her subjects with the help of a frumious bandersnatch, a jub-jub bird and - the ultimate deterrent - a jabberwock, or jabberwocky (voiced by Christopher Lee). The story becomes a very different beast from the ones Lewis Carroll created.
It's a bold idea, and Burton shows all his usual visual panache in bringing it to fruition. It's a tale of feminist empowerment, with an entrepreneurial, pro-capitalist ending that is unlikely to endear it to readers of the Guardian.