The cool gang over at Rotten Tomatoes has gotten a little behind the scenes glimpse of Coraline, the highly anticipated partnership between Neil Gaiman and Henry Selick. And because they're so cool, we get to embed it for you, so you don't have to leave the comfort of Cinematical.

Coraline has been floating around for so long I honestly can't remember if any of this information is new -- it feels like it is, so I guess that's just as good. But I can tell you the footage is, and is the first we've seen since the teaser back in February. And it's a treat! You also get to marvel over a few of the set pieces, and who can't gape for hours at anything Selick has created? At under two minutes, it's just enough to leave you desperate for more. It's going to be a long time before we get any more -- Coraline won't be released until February 6th, 2009.

[via /film]