Already resonating with young, edgy female consumers as a Junior and Girls lifestyle brand, Abbey Dawn by Avril Lavigne in collaboration with Disney Consumer Products will roll out an exclusive, limited edition collection of apparel inspired by the new upcoming epic 3D fantasy adventure, Disney’s Alice in Wonderland, in U.S. theatres March 5. The trend-right, affordable collection, which blends Avril’s rock and roll vibe with the title character’s sense of imagination will debut in Kohl’s stores nationwide and on Kohls.com on March 5th.
Walt Disney Studios has just begun airing a new television commercial for Tim Burton’s Alice in Wonderland. In addition to much of the footage previously released, the new tv ad shows a bit of footage from ‘the real world’ towards the beginning of the film in which Alice must face her fate shortly before spotting a well dressed rabbit.
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Shortly after arriving in the Underland, Alice re-acquaints herself with the Cheshire Cat after a chance encounter with the bandersnatch, a horrible beast that has an appetite for destruction (and virtually everything else).
After the film and a quick wardrobe change (for some), no one was late to the after party at the Sanderson Hotel, even Crispin Glover who makes his first appearance in our photos for the evening. Also on hand were famed directors Terry Gilliam and Wes Anderson amongst others.
And of course the usual suspects were all in attendance: Tim Burton, Johnny Depp, Anne Hathaway, Helena Bonham Carter, Mia Wasikowska, Matt Lucas, Alan Rickman (Absolum), Michael Sheen (White Rabbit), Paul Whitehouse (March Hare), Timothy Spall (Bayard), Barbara Windsor (Dormouse) and Christopher Lee (Jabberwocky), et al.
Cast, crew and celebs of Tim Burton’s Alice in Wonderland from Walt Disney Studios braved the weather and gathered earlier tonight at the Odeon Leicester Square in London, England to enjoy the royal world premiere of the film.
Also joining the evening’s events on the red carpet were His Royal Highness Prince Charles and his wife Camilla, as the event benefited The Prince’s Foundation for Children & the Arts.
Below you’ll find dozens of of cast members Tim Burton, Johnny Depp, Anne Hathaway, Helena Bonham Carter, Mia Wasikowska, Matt Lucas, Alan Rickman (Absolum), Michael Sheen (White Rabbit), Paul Whitehouse (March Hare), Timothy Spall (Bayard), Barbara Windsor (Dormouse) and Christopher Lee (Jabberwocky), Avril Lavigne, Danny Elfman and many more. Photos from the event courtesy of Walt Disney Studios.
In case you missed the live streaming of the Alice in Wonderland premiere, you can catch it all right here.
Make sure you also check out our photos of the after party.
UPDATE: The royal premiere of Alice in Wonderland has come and gone but not been forgotten! Below you can still watch the red carpet event. You can also view our extensive gallery of photos here.
In just a little while, the red carpet event at the world premiere of Alice in Wonderland in London will be kicking off and Walt Disney Studios has invited our readers to be able to watch a live stream of the red carpet event featuring celebrity appearances and interviews.
Hollywood Records has just posted the video for White Rabbitby Grace Potter and the Nocturnals from the Almost Alice soundtrack of mostly original songs inspired by the Walt Disney Studios film Alice in Wonderland. The song should easily be recognized as a cover of the infamous 1967 tune by Jefferson Airplane.
Following up on the two clips we posted earlier today, Walt Disney Studios has provided us with two additional clips plus a five minute featurette that goes behind the scenes of Alice in Wonderland.
First up is the Tea Party in which Alice, having been brought back to the Underland by the white rabbit, encounters the Dormouse, March Hare and — of course — the Mad Hatter at the tea party where the trio debate as to whether she truly is *the* Alice.
The special Hot Topic exclusive edition of Almost Alice, music inspired by Tim Burton’s Alice in Wonderland is now available for pre-order at a special price. Available March 2, the Hot Topic edition includes exclusive bonus tracks from Never Shout Never and Family Force Five.