ALICE THROUGH THE LOOKING GLASS In its 6th offshore weekend, Disney’s rare 2016 misfire drank up $6.2M in 16 markets. Japan was the new play with $5.2M and secured the No. 1 spot among new entries. The overseas total is now $184.6M for about $260M worldwide.
• A Stitch in Time: Costuming Wonderland (4:11) – Three-time Oscar®-winning costume designer Colleen Atwood explains how costuming helps shape the curious characters of Underland and reveals hidden Easter Eggs within the cast’s ornate outfits.
• Music Video: ‘Just Like Fire by P!nk (3:47) – ‘Watch this madness, colorful charade’ in P!nk’s music video for ‘Just Like Fire,’ the hit song featured in Alice Through the Looking Glass that powered to the top 10 on Billboard’s Hot 100.
• Behind the Music Video (2:51) – Go on set with P!nk for production of her ‘Just Like Fire’ music video, featuring fantastical imagery, aerial stunts, Underland character cameos, and guest appearances by P!nk’s family.
• Behind The Looking Glass (8:15) – Jump back and forth through time during this in-depth look into the making of Alice Through the Looking Glass, hosted by director James Bobin.
• Time On… (1:40) – Delight in this discussion with the unpredictable and witty Sacha Baron Cohen who plays Time, the keeper of the Chronosphere, a metallic sphere that powers all time.
• Alice Goes Through the Looking Glass: A Scene Peeler (2:19) – View a side-by-side comparison of raw production footage and final scenes, as Alice enters Underland through a magical looking glass.
• Alice Goes Through Time’s Castle: A Scene Peeler (1:26) – View raw production footage alongside final scenes, as Alice enters Time’s castle of eternity.
• Characters of Underland (4:32) – Get to know the quirky and colorful supporting characters in Underland, such as the tubby twins known as the Tweedles (Matt Lucas) and Absolem (Alan Rickman), the blue caterpillar turned blue Monarch butterfly.
• Filmmaker Audio Commentary by James Bobin – Director James Bobin delivers scene-by-scene insight into the creation of Alice Through the Looking Glass.
• Deleted Scenes with Director Commentary – Bobin introduces five never-before-seen scenes that didn’t make the final cut of Disney’s spectacular adventure: Alice’s Bedroom and Rabbit Hole (1:32), Alice Tackles Hamish (2:19), Time Comforts Racie in the Castle (1:25), Racie in the Castle (2:45), Time Can’t Follow Alice (:18)
Does any of these extras look like to have the part of tea party when Hatter and Time humming to each other for 8 minutes long? Which was mentioned by the director during some interview.
Remember the MAD HATTER SURPRIZE? C. Fitz produced this tricky shoot at Disneyland with Johnny Depp in Vancouver. Through the love of satelite images they surprised lucky Disneyland visitors who thought it was only a movie poster, until Johnny moved and came to life!!! With hidden cameras and Johnny's fabulous quick wit this spot to promote Disney's "Through the Looking Glass" garnered over 11 million views on Facebook, and 2.5 million on YouTube. (link in our NEWS). Working with Disneyland, Johnny, The Denizen Group (creative agency), Fitz pulled off this spot in a one day shoot on time and on budget! Depp dons his full Mad Hatter costume and surprises Disneyland-goers via an interactive billboard fitted with a hidden camera. He winks, waves, and smiles at passersby, and at one point, he yells, “Ouch!” when a woman leans against the display. He also introduces himself, fittingly, as the “Had Matter” and asks to fit a child for a hat, telling her, “You have a wonderful cranium.”