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Winona Ryder and Martin Landau join FrankenweenieTim Burton has nabbed some of his favorite actors to voice the stop-motion big screen adaptation of his popular short film Frankenweenie, which won't hit theaters until March of 2012. The director has hired Winona Ryder, whom he previously worked with on both Beetlejuice and Edward Scissorhands, to play Elsa, and Martin Landau, whom he helped win an Academy Award for his performance as Bela Lugosi in Ed Wood, to play Mr. Rzykruski.
According to Deadline, former Sctv Network 90 cast mates Martin Short and Catherine O'Hara will also be giving voice to the movie, playing five characters apiece. Both actors have also worked with Tim Burton in the past.
Frankenweenie comes to theaters March 9th, »
SyFy’s Three Inches gets bigger and bigger by the minute! James Marsters (Dragonball 2, Caprica, Smallville) recently revealed that he will be starring in SyFy’s upcoming ninety-minute pilot, Three Inches. In addition to Marsters, Stephanie Jacobsen (Melrose Place, Battlestar Galactica: Razor) and Naoko Mori (Lennon Naked, Torchwood) have been cast as regulars.
Check out the show’s press release with official summary and breakdown in the casting line-up:
New York City, New York – August 26, 2010 – Syfy’s Three Inches has added an all-star cast to the 90-minute pilot, starring Noah Reid (Strange Days at Blake Holsey High). James Marsters (Smallville, Caprica, Buffy the Vampire Slayer), Andrea Martin (My Big Fat Greek Wedding, Sctv Network), Stephanie Jacobsen (Melrose Place, Battlestar Galactica: Razor), Antony Del Rio (The Super Hero Squad Show »
- Lillian 'zenbitch' Standefer
2 items from 2010
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