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Alice in Wonderland

Year:
Duration:
108 min
Genres:
Adventure | Family | Fantasy
IMDB rate:
6.5
Director:
Tim Burton
Awards:
Won 2 Oscars. Another 29 wins & 58 nominations
Details
Country: USA
Release Date: 2010-03-05
Filming Locations: Antony House, Torpoint, Cornwall, England, UK
Earnings
Budget: $200,000,000
Opening Weekend: $116,101,023 (USA) (7 March 2010)
Gross: $334,185,206 (USA) (4 July 2010)
Cast
Actor
Character
Mia Wasikowska
Mia Wasikowska
Alice in Wonderland
Ashli Dowling
Ashli Dowling
Alice in Wonderland
Johnny Depp
Mad Hatter
Helena Bonham Carter
Red Queen
Anne Hathaway
White Queen
Crispin Glover
Stayne - Knave of Hearts
Matt Lucas
Tweedledee
Michael Sheen
White Rabbit
Stephen Fry
Cheshire Cat
Alan Rickman
Blue Caterpillar
Barbara Windsor
Dormouse
Paul Whitehouse
March Hare
Timothy Spall
Bayard
Marton Csokas
Charles Kingsleigh
Tim Pigott-Smith
Lord Ascot
John Surman
Colleague #1
Peter Mattinson
Colleague #2
Lindsay Duncan
Helen Kingsleigh
Geraldine James
Lady Ascot
Leo Bill
Hamish
Frances de la Tour
Aunt Imogene
Jemma Powell
Margaret Kingsleigh
John Hopkins
Lowell
Eleanor Gecks
Faith Chattaway
Eleanor Tomlinson
Fiona Chattaway
Rebecca Crookshank
Strange Woman Kisser
Michael Gough
Dodo Bird
Imelda Staunton
Tall Flower Faces
Christopher Lee
Jabberwocky
Mairi Ella Challen
6-Year-Old Alice
Holly Hawkins
Woman with Large Nose in Red Queen Court
Lucy Davenport
Woman with Big Ears in Red Queen Court
Joel Swetow
Man with Large Belly in Red Queen Court
Jessica Oyelowo
Woman with Large Poitrine in Red Queen Court
Ethan Cohn
Man with Large Chin in Red Queen Court
Richard Alonzo
Man with Big Forehead in Red Queen Court
Harry Taylor
Ship Captain
Jim Carter
Executioner
Frank Welker
Additional Vocal Effects (voice)
David 'Elsewhere' Bernal
Hatter Futterwacken Dance Double
Chris Grabher
Hightopp Hat Juggler
Caroline Royce
Party Dancer
Bonnie Parker
Party Dancer
Simone Sault
Party Dancer
Leigh Daniels
Party Dancer
Carl Walker
Party Dancer
Matt Dempsey
Party Dancer
Chris Grierson
Party Dancer
Dale Mercer
Party Dancer
David Lale
Party Musician
John Bass
Party Musician
Nicholas Levy
Party Musician
Patrick Roberts
Party Musician
Phillip Granell
Party Musician
Stephen Giles
Party Musician
Hilary Morris
Maypole Dancer
Jacqueline Tribble
White Queen Loyalist
Amy Bailey
Hatteress
Libby Brien
Courtier (uncredited)
Michael Chomiak
Reader 4
Parker Contreras
May Pole Kid
Xavier Declie
Red Queens Court
Danny Emes
Jubbawokkie (uncredited)
Eric Feliciano
Red Queens Courtier
Greg Fellows
Partygoer (uncredited)
Brighid Fleming
Maypole Dancer (uncredited)
Jessica Starr Folger
Red Queen's Court
Brooke Forbes
White Queen's Court
Jessica Godber
Red Queen Courtier
Geoffrey Gould
Party Guest (uncredited)
Daniel Hepner
Servant to Red Queen
Jack Kalvan
Fire Juggler
Lindsay Lane
Red Queen Courtier
Regan Licciardello
May Pole Dancer (uncredited)
Janaya Logan
Courtier (uncredited)
David Matthiessen
Red Queen Stable Hand (uncredited)
Matisse Mazur
Red Queen Henchman (uncredited)
Savannah McReynolds
Maypole Dancer (uncredited)
Cortney Palm
Red Queen's Court
Evelyn Rei
Party Guest (uncredited)
Keith Roenke
Red Queen Courtier
Mandana Rothschild
Reader 6
Arick Salmea
Red Queen Nobleman
Erin Sharkey
White Queen Courtier
Gary Sievers
Red Queen Courtier
Jinny Lee Story
White Queen Courtier
Nick Thomas-Webster
Red Queen Courtier
Austin James Wolff
May Pole Dancer (uncredited)
Did you know?
Trivia
Alice's father Charles Kingsleigh is named for Charles Kingsley, author of The Water Babies, a children's fantasy with similarities to the Alice stories. Lewis Carroll admired Kingsley's political views on social reform.
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Tim Burton:  [distorted female face]  The Red Queen has a ridiculously shaped face, and her hangers-on wear absurd disguises to conform to her expectations.
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Michael Sheen was originally cast as the Cheshire Cat, but backed out due to scheduling conflicts.
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Goofs
During the final battle, the Mad Hatter sticks a pin cushion pin into Stayne's eye. In all subsequent shots of Stayne, his eye shows no damage.
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While riding the Bandersnatch to the White Queen's castle, Alice meets Bayard and asks him to guide her to Marmoreal even though the castle's name was never mentioned in the movie before.
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When Alice and her mother arrive at the engagement ball, the mother's hair switches many times from over her shoulder to behind it.
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Quotes
Stayne - Knave of Hearts: Alice... Of course, why didn't I see it? Well, it has been a long time and you were such a little tyke then.
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The Red Queen: Ilosovic Stayne, you Knave. Where have you been lurking?
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Alice Kingsley: Do you think I've gone 'round the bend?
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Faq
Q
Is this an adaptation of the Alice stories or is it a follow-up?
A
The story is based on and an extension of Alice's Adventures in Wonderland (1865) and Through the Looking Glass, and What Alice Found There (1872), the two Alice books by English author Lewis Carroll (real name: Charles Lutwidge Dodgson) [1832-1898].
Q
What are the various sizes of Alice throughout the film?
A
When Alice is tiny, she is three inches high (8 cm). When Alice is small, she is two feet high (61 cm). When Alice is big, she is seven feet high (213 cm).
Q
What do the the various words of Wonderland mean?
A
"Glossary of Underland Terms"Bandersnatch- a creature under the control of the Red QueenBrillig- 4 o'clock in the afternoon the time you begin broiling things for dinnerCrims- the central land of UnderlandDownal wyth Bluddy Behg Hid- "Down with the Red Queen" (lit. "down with bloody big head" in Scots), the slogan of the Resistanceezel- high, go upfairfarren- farewell, "May you travel far under fair skies"Frabjous day- the day Alice slays the Jabberwocky and frees Underland from the oppression of the Red Queenfrumious- filthy with a very bad smellFutterwacken- a dance of unbridled joygallymoggers- crazyGribling- the day Alice will return to Underlandguddler's scut- thief's assGummer Slough- a dangerous swamp of thick viscous mudHorunvendush Day- the day the Red Queen took control of UnderlandJabberwocky- a deadly creature, the Red Queen's ultimate weaponJubjub Bird- a flying creature under the control of the Red Queenkiotchyn- heads up, pay attentionnaught for usal- it's no use tryingnoge- go low downnunz- don't go - not now.Oraculum- a Calendar of all the days of Underland, each day having its own title and illustration.orgal- to the leftOutlands- an untamed land to the west of WitzendOutlandish- an old language spoken only in the Outlands adopted by the Underland underground resistance as a secret code in the revolution against the Red Queen.Pishsalver- potion that makes one shrinkQueast- a land to the east, but not in the leastQuillian- the following day after Alice returnssaganistute- a wise person of poetry and visionSalazen Grum- a port city where the Red Queen livesshukrn- excrementsloth- slowlystang- rightslurvish- selfish, self-centeredSnud- southern UnderlandTulgey Wood- a thick wood where Alice meets the JabberwockyUnderland- the real name for the place Alice calls WonderlandUpelkuchen- cake that makes one growslurking urpal slackush scrum- dirty words of the most foul meaning.Witzend- a western land where the Mad Hatter and March Hare were born.yadder- far away - way yadder the Crossling in Snud.zounder- behind you!
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Photos from cast
Mia Wasikowska Ashli Dowling