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Morrissey would never accept title, slams McCartney for doing so
from The Huffington Post
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from Daily Mail
Looks like this summer will indeed be very therapeutic for Tim Burton. Friday, May 11th, the feature film adaptation of TV soap opera Dark Shadows (1966-1971) debuts. The film marks the eighth onscreen collaboration between Burton and Johnny Depp. If you venture out to see Dark Shadows, you may also see a preview for Burton’s upcoming animated venture Frankenweenie, and Abraham Lincoln: Vampire Hunter, which he produced.
In addition to a busy film release schedule, Tim Burton: The Exhibition, is currently showing at Cinematheque Francaise in Paris, France. It is a retrospective containing over 700 drawings, paintings, and other media from Burton’s life. Traveling through different museums since 2009, I attended the exhibit last year, when it came to LACMA. It was an incredible experience, which gave me a glimpse into Tim’s childhood, and the realization that his distinct aesthetic was developed at a VERY young age.
Tim Burton was born August 25, 1958, in Burbank, California. He was a quiet, introspective kid, who became obsessed with classic horror films.
from The Telegraph
from E! Online
from The Gazette