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Disney's The Graveyard Book:
Heaven Shattering SparkDisney's doing a stop-motion version of The Graveyard Book, to be directed by Henry Selick. This will be his second project after going back there, the other one being a movie called Shademaker. http://io9.com/5905974/disney-and-henry-selick-will-bring-neil-gaimans-the-graveyard-book-to-the-big-screen?utm_campaign=socialflow_io9_facebook&utm_source=io9_facebook&utm_medium=socialflow
edited 28th Apr '12 1:39:27 PM by FigmentJedi
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Well, Selick's last adaptation of a Gaimen book was great.
World's Funnest PirateSelick? YES! Stop-motion? YES! Disney? Uhh...
Well, they didn't recreate Dave McKean's illustrations from Coraline in the film version, so it's unlikely that they'll do that.
Not Quite BatmanHell yes to the max.
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Responsible adultDitto. YYYYEAAAAAAAAAAAHH!
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What's..... the Graveyard Book?
Heaven Shattering SparkNeil Gaiman book. Basically the Jungle Book, but in a graveyard with a kid raised by the ghosts and other creatures there.
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Carrier of PigeonsI'm hoping this will be awesome, because The Jungle Book is one of my favorite Disney films, and Neil is one of my favorite authors. If only they would get Tim on board... oh wait they got Henry Selick? Never mind, we're good!
edited 29th Apr '12 8:15:08 AM by ithinkabouttrees
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Hey guys, don't be down because Disney is handling it! Besides, remember The Nightmare Before Christmas ? I'm so excited for this!! It seems like Stop-motion animation is really starting to go through some sort of a Golden Age! We've got Pirates!, ParaNorman, Frankenweenie, and now a new Selick/Gaiman film to add onto the list of new stop-motion films?! YEE-HAW!! ...sorry, got a little excited there. Anyways, I hope Selick handles this as beautifully as he did Coraline and Nighmare. I've loved all of his films, and have full confidence that this will be just as wonderful as his previous work. Can't wait.
edited 29th Apr '12 1:36:39 PM by moonflower2
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