Tim Burton's Corpse Bride: An Invitation to the Wedding

A stunning visual companion to the newest film from Tim Burton The Nightmare Before Christmas, Edward Scissorhands, Charlie and the Chocolate Factory , featuring storyboards, movie stills, and Burton s own drawings Corpse Bride carries on in the dark, romantic tradition of Tim Burton s classic films Edward Scissorhands and The Nightmare Before Christmas, Set in aA stunning visual companion to the newest film from Tim Burton The Nightmare Before Christmas, Edward Scissorhands, Charlie and the Chocolate Factory , featuring storyboards, movie stills, and Burton s own drawings Corpse Bride carries on in the dark, romantic tradition of Tim Burton s classic films Edward Scissorhands and The Nightmare Before Christmas, Set in a 19th century European village, this stopmotion, animated feature follows the story of Victor Johnny Depp , a young man who is whisked away to the underworld and wed to a mysterious Corpse Bride Helena Bonham Carter , while his real bride, Victoria Emily Watson , waits bereft in the land of the living Though life in the Land of the Dead proves to be a lot colorful than his strict Victorian upbringing, Victor learns that there is nothing in this world, or the next, that can keep him away from his one true love It s a tale of optimism, romance and a very lively afterlife, told in a classic Tim Burton style Like Tim Burton s The Nightmare Before Christmas, this official visual companion showcases spectacular movie stills, sketches, paintings, and Tim Burton s own drawings Covering preproduction, production, and post production, sections detail character realization, set development and construction, puppet fabrication, costuming, and stop motion filming The book s final part retells the film s story in images with synopsis, storyboards, and lyrics 140 color illustrations.
Tim Burton s Corpse Bride An Invitation to the Wedding A stunning visual companion to the newest film from Tim Burton The Nightmare Before Christmas Edward Scissorhands Charlie and the Chocolate Factory featuring storyboards movie stills and Burton

  • Title: Tim Burton's Corpse Bride: An Invitation to the Wedding
  • Author: Mark Salisbury Tim Burton
  • ISBN: 9781557046994
  • Page: 273
  • Format: Paperback
  • 1 thought on “Tim Burton's Corpse Bride: An Invitation to the Wedding”

    1. Having seen "Corpse Bride," I really enjoyed this book; the last third is devoted to a sort of synopsis of the film, while the rest of the book tells how it was made. It was really interesting to see how stop-motion works, how the voices for the characters were chosen, and how the whole thing came together. Truly die-hard fans of either the movie or of animation might wish for more detail, as this was more of an overview of the process, but I didn't feel shorted. Best of all, the book is filled [...]

    2. باز هم تیم برتوناصلا تیم برتون ساخته شده برای این چیزاشاید هیچکی مث اون نتونه دنیای مرده ها رو به این زیبایی و سرزندگی به تصویر بکشهو باز هیچکی مث اون نتونه که تصویری سرد و مرده از دنیای زنده ها نشون بدهچیزی که تو کارخانه شکلات سازی، تو سویینی تاد ،ادوارد دست قیچی و تو عروس مرد [...]

    3. I can't really say much with my rating about this, other than it was really interesting and honestly fun to read. The book is split into three different parts, the land of the living, the land of the dead and going upstairs, a lot like the movie. Parts one and two are based on how the story came to life, and the creating of the movie. All very interesting as, until today, I didn't know that corpse bride was stop motion - it was made that well. I found out so much more about stop motion whilst re [...]

    4. فقط کارتونشو دیدم و خیلی هم دوستش داشتم!این فیلم به کارگردانی تیم برتون و مایک جانسون و محصول سال ۲۰۰۵ کمپانی برادران وارنر آمریکا است

    5. The story of Corpse Bride may be about Victor and Emily, but its mostly about the creators behind the story too. Every little detail came from a thought, and every movement the puppet made came from an animator. This book features Tim Burton's art work, sketches,music,photography,story boards,and what it really took to make this movie a reality. The story is phenomenal, and even if its really morbid it still has a real touch of beauty.

    6. I was so uncertain about having this book in the beginning but later I decided to buy it before it's too late, now I can congrats my self for having it ^_^ I really enjoyed it specially that it contained two sections I can say: About making the movie & Illustrated story, it was such a nice experience for me ^_^

    7. It doesn't have a lot of pictures behind the scenes. The text talk about the process of puppets production and don't show pictures. It about the ART OF the movie, and shows too little about it. But the images that does show it's amazing. I also found unnecessary the last part of the book, that told the story of the films with still images of the movie.

    8. فیلمشو دیدم . جالبه . یه تصویر شاد و سر زنده از دنیای مردگان و یه تصویر غم آلود ، پر درد و رنج و مرده از دنیای زندگان

    9. It's always fascinating to take a look at how Tim Burton puts his strange movies together. Lots of photos of the miniature sets and characters and plenty of conceptual art. Tim Burton rocks!

    10. Ah, the book was alright, but the movie is ten times better.I guess when books are made into movies, they suck.But when movies are made into books, they're good.weird?

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