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A Script Review For Tim Burton's ALICE IN WONDERLAND Is Online...

Merrick here...
Earlier this week, we got a sense of what Tim Burton's ALICE IN WONDERLAND project would look like (HERE). Now we have a feel for how the film's story will unfold, courtesy of a script "review"/synopsis over at CC2K.
Written by Linda Woolverton, who also co-wrote The Lion King, and had a part in Beauty and the Beast, Mulan, and the Teen Wolf cartoon, the script isn’t exactly an adaptation of the original story by Lewis Carroll, as it is an extension of it. Alice went to Wonderland as a child, and she’s now almost grown. She’s 17, and she’s back for more, but doesn’t remember her times there earlier. She’s about to be engaged, maybe. A rich suitor wants to marry her, and the opening scenes of the movie are of her engagement party. But she, of course, gets distracted by a white rabbit.
...says the SPOILERish write-up of the project's screenplay, which can be found HERE.

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