Tim Burton thinks 3-D movies should be a choice

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A 19-year-old Alice returns to the magical world she previously explored in Tim Burton's continuation of the childhood adventure. Starring Johnny Depp, Anne Hathaway, and Helena Bonham Carter.
May 31st, 2011

Tim Burton doesn't think all movies should be in 3-D.

The eccentric director - who created 'Alice in Wonderland' starring Helena Bonham Carter in 3-D - likes using the technique where it is necessary but doesn't plan to utilise it for 'Dark Shadows'.

He said: "There's people like, 'Everything's gonna be in 3-D,' or 'I hate 3-D!' I think people should have a choice. I don't think it should be forced on anybody. At the same time, it's great, some of it.

"I have no plans for ['Dark Shadows' in 3-D]. I loved doing 'Alice' in 3-D. 'Frankenweenie', gonna do that in 3-D."

Discussing his plans for 'Dark Shadows' - which stars Johnny Depp and Michelle Pfeiffer in a movie version of the vampire TV show - Tim confirms the film will have a "weird tone".

He added to The Wrap: "It's been hard to kind of come here because I'm just starting, and it's a weird tone and it's a lot of actors and, you know, we're not starting with the simple stuff; we're sort of getting right in there. You like to kind of sneak up on it a little bit, but this one we just kind of slammed right into it.

"I'm early into it because it's a funny tone, and that's part of what the vibe of the show is, and there's something about it that we want to get."