If there's one thing you can count on in the movie business, it's that when Tim Burton and Johnny Depp team up for a flick, it's not going to be your cliched, run-of-the-mill, cookie-cutter stuff (the day they churn out a conventional, 90-minute romantic comedy together, we'll sprout wings). Whether making a film about a shy scissor-handed boy ('Edward Scissorhands'), a misanthropic candy maker ('Charlie in the Chocolate Factory') or a demonic barber with a taste for music and meat pies ('Sweeney Todd'), their collaborations have always been unique, challenging, and visually stunning -- portals to another world.

And judging by the dazzling, eye-popping new trailer for Burton's live-action reimagining of 'Alice in Wonderland,' which debuted at Comic-Con earlier today, they've done it again. After the jump, take a peek through the looking glass at the breathtaking first trailer for the film, starring Depp as the maniacal Mad Hatter, Anne Hathaway as the beautiful White Queen, Helena Bonham Carter as the blood-lusting Red Queen and Mia Wasikowska as the rabbit-hole-tumbling Alice. If there's one thing you can count on in the movie business, it's that when Tim Burton and Johnny Depp team up for a flick, it's not going to be your cliched, run-of-the-mill, cookie-cutter stuff (the day they churn out a conventional, 90-minute romantic comedy together, we'll sprout wings). Whether making a film about a shy scissor-handed boy ('Edward Scissorhands'), a misanthropic candy maker ('Charlie in the Chocolate Factory') or a demonic barber with a taste for music and meat pies ('Sweeney Todd'), their collaborations have always been unique, challenging and visually stunning -- portals to another world.

And judging by the breath-taking new trailer for Burton's live-action reimagining of 'Alice in Wonderland,' which debuted at Comic-Con earlier today, they've done it again. Below, take a peek through the looking glass at the eye-popping first trailer for the film, starring Depp as the maniacal Mad Hatter, Anne Hathaway as the beautiful White Queen, Helena Bonham Carter as the blood-lusting Red Queen and Mia Wasikowska as the rabbit-hole-tumbling Alice. -- By Tom DiChiara







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