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    Quote Originally Posted by lunchbox View Post
    as long as it wasn't the ball sack reference...
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    Quote Originally Posted by lunchbox View Post
    i tested out of english so i didn't take a single english class in college. i minored in french literature though so while i have no idea what the fielding reference implies, i can talk zola, duras, balzac and stendahl...

    so has anyone actually gone to the lacma exhibit? i know blando mentioned there was a line for the non-advance ticketed people. i wonder how long the wait is to get in for pre-order people. i remember i took my parents to see the king tut exhibit at the lacma and we still had to wait in a LONG ASS line despite having bought the tickets ahead of time. i hope that's not the case with this...
    I went and thought it was great. We pre-ordered our tickets and still had to wait in line to get in. I think I overheard that it was sold out. Not sure if it'll always be that busy though since I went opening day. It's supposed to be up until Halloween. It's a small space so they can only let in a few people at a time. It took about half and hour for us.
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    Quote Originally Posted by NastiMarvasti View Post
    I went and thought it was great. We pre-ordered our tickets and still had to wait in line to get in. I think I overheard that it was sold out. Not sure if it'll always be that busy though since I went opening day. It's supposed to be up until Halloween. It's a small space so they can only let in a few people at a time. It took about half and hour for us.
    that's not terrible then. thanks for letting me know. we had reserved tickets for the king tut exhibit and we had to wait in a line that wrapped around a bunch inside a tent that was outside of the building and it was still hot inside that tent. normally, i wouldn't mind the wait, but this time i'll have a toddler with me and she won't last if we have to wait longer than an hour to get in.

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    Quote Originally Posted by lunchbox View Post
    that's not terrible then. thanks for letting me know. we had reserved tickets for the king tut exhibit and we had to wait in a line that wrapped around a bunch inside a tent that was outside of the building and it was still hot inside that tent. normally, i wouldn't mind the wait, but this time i'll have a toddler with me and she won't last if we have to wait longer than an hour to get in.
    It also depends on the time you select. We had our tickets for 3pm but got there a little late. By the time we left, it was close to 6 and the line looked smaller.
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    Pee Wee's Big Adventure Blu-ray

    While Warner has not announced the Blu-ray's full technical specifications, the studio has listed the disc's supplemental features. They include:

    * Commentary by Paul Reubens and Tim Burton
    * Additional scenes
    * Production sketches and storyboards
    * Music-only track with commentary by Danny Elfman
    * Theatrical trailer

    Pee Wee's Big Adventure streets on October 4th.
    Charlie and the Chocolate Factory Blu-ray
    Presented in a 1.78:1 aspect ratio with a Dolby TrueHD audio track, Charlie and the Chocolate Factory features a number of supplemental materials, including:

    * In-Movie Experience viewing option with Tim Burton
    * Commentary with Burton
    * 2 previsualizations - Augustus Gloop dance and Mike Teavee dance
    * Dolby TrueHD music-only track
    * European club reel
    * Theatrical trailer
    * Charlie and the Chocolate Factory: Chocolate Dreams featurette
    * Different Faces, Different Flavors featurette
    * Designer Chocolate featurette
    * Under the Wrapper featurette
    * Charlie and the Chocolate Factory: Sweet Sounds featurette
    * Becoming Oompa-Loompa featurette
    * Attack of the Squirrels featurette
    * Fantastic Mr. Dahl featurette

    Charlie and the Chocolate Factory streets on October 4th.

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    Alice Cooper to Cast Some Dark Shadows | Horror Movie, DVD, & Book Reviews, News, Interviews at Dread Central

    Here's some nifty little news for those of us out there who are eagerly anticipating Tim Burton's big screen adaptation of the classic television series, "Dark Shadows". It sounds as if the great Alice Cooper himself may be taking a few moments to bring even more darkness to the tale.

    At a recent show in London 100 Club, star Johnny Depp took the stage with Alice, and according to Cooper's official website, "Johnny is in London working on the new Tim Burton movie Dark Shadows, and Alice is rumored to have a cameo part in the film as well..."

    The key word here is rumored, but still, that's pretty damned cool.
    Sweet!

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    Fan Alert: Four Original Cast Members Will Cameo In Tim Burton’s ‘Dark Shadows’ > The Playlist

    Stars Lara Parker (Angelique), Kathryn Leigh Scott (Maggie Evans and Josette du Pres), David Selby (Quentin Collins) and the one and only Jonathan Frid (who played Barnabas Collins in the TV show, the role Depp has taken over) spent three days filming at Pinewood Studios. No word on what their roles will be or how they will fit into the movie.

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    D23: Tim Burton's black and white stop motion redo of his own Frankenweenie looks awesome!
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    Quote Originally Posted by jerseydevil View Post
    D23: Tim Burton's black and white stop motion redo of his own Frankenweenie looks awesome!
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    I am so ridiculously excited for this!
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