March 2, 2010


Continuing (from yesterday’s post) the Alice in Wonderland theme for Ruby Tuesday, here’s another still from the film with Helen Bonham - Carter as The Red Queen.



Dustjacket Attic said...

I'm so looking forward to this movie, it'll be interesting with Tim Burton at the helm that's for sure.

marcia@joyismygoal said...

she scares me:0

Debby said...

I likey!!!!

Maria said...

Very interesting, even if she looks scary:)
Happy RT

Heavenly Housewife said...

I agree with Maria, she does look scary. I am curious about this movie, but not sure if i would go see it or not.
*kisses* HH

Draffin Bears said...

Oh I can't wait! I think it will have a strange and scary movie.

Thanks for visiting me today and I hope that you are having a fabulous week.


Draffin Bears said...

Sorry I meant to write that it will be a strange and scary movie.


Tracey said...

Oh.. how I love Tim Burton movies... this is going to be one great flick and I love the Red Queen... she is sooo in charge!! Love your ruby tuesday and hope you have a fabulous day!!

JamaGenie said...

LOLA! You're back!

I didn't *know*! The mother of all colds had me in a twilight zone (and my brain total mush) for six weeks, and I only returned to Blog Land a few days ago.

Wonderful to see you again too, Nora darling. (-:


French Fancy said...

I'm looking forward to seeing this as well

(thanks for changing the track - although John Cale's is my favourite version of this classic Lenny song)

♥ Kathy said...

Again, I just love that!! Happy Ruby Tuesday

daylily777 said...

She looks weird, but I'm looking forward to seeing the movie,too!
Great red Pic!

Haute World said...

Can't wait for the movie! I can understand the sentiments in your last post. I don't really remember enjoying AiW as much as a child, but I think Carroll's work is probably more understandable from an adult's perspective. So much of the surreal and bizarre is overwhelming and confusing for a child who wouldn't understand the layers of what he's trying to achieve in his writing. But to be honest, many truly fictional tales (even fairy tales) tend to scare children more than they enchant them.

P.S. I completely agree with your view on luxury designers and their lack of being unique now. It's such a shame that everything, even expensive stuff, needs to be mass produced and has reached such global expansion.

Susan L (lily40au) said...

I love Helena Bonham Carter ... fabo choice!

Miss. Clippy said...

I love Helena Bonham Carter! She and Johnny Depp would make the perfect goth couple ;o) I really enjoy films that have the two of them together, like Sweeney Todd (although a tad bit gory)! I'm looking forward to AiW!

Marice said...

cant wait to see this movie!

u may view mine here

JamaGenie said...

I can't for this movie to come out on DVD - so I can watch it over and over again. Johnny Depp and Tim Burton - does it get any better?

btw, has any Late Late Show fan but me noticed when His Yumminess CraigyFerg arises from the fountain in the opening of the show, he looks A LOT like that SUPER-yummy Daniel Craig?

just wonderin'


Jenny said...

I know I won't go to the movie because I think it would scare me. I am a big scaredy cat about disturbing stuff. It's part of my whole keep-my-head-in-the-sand lifestyle - ha!