Fun Fact: Alice in Wonderland

Posted on Mar 26, 2011

Some actors do a ton of research before they take on a role in a movie, and directors are no exception. They're the ones whose creative vision plays out on the big screen. One of their hardest jobs is making sure that what we see in the final movie is exactly what they had in mind. When Tim Burton, the director of KCA nominated Alice in Wonderland, started making his movie, he wanted the animals in the flick to look extremely realistic, so he sent the animators (the ones who make all the fancy shmancy images and graphics for the movie) to a rabbit shelter for a day! How adorable and fun! We wish someone would send us to hang out with animals for "work"!

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