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Published On: Fri, Mar 14th, 2014

Helena Bonham Carter back for ‘Alice in Wonderland’ sequel, James Bobin reveals look of film

Disney moves ahead with their Alice in Wonderland sequel, titled Through the Looking Glass, which will be helmed by The Muppets director, James Bobin. Bobin discussed the visuals, inspiration and feel for Looking Glass as Helena Bonham Carter is now confirmed to be back.

Alice in Wonderland Helena Bonham Carter Red Queen photoVariety reports Bonham Carter will be back as the Red Queen.  She would join Johnny Depp as the Mad Hatter and Mia Wasikowska as Alice herself.  
 
“I have hired Dan Hennah, who did The Hobbit, which was beautiful and Lake-Town particularly impressed me,” Bobin tells Collider in a new interview.
 
“This one is a slightly different—it’s set in Underland but it’s in different parts of Underland, so it has a slightly more human world.  I can’t really talk about it very much, but I certainly knew that the work he showed in The Hobbit was so spectacularly good [so] he’d be perfect for this.”
 
Bobin discusses his lost of history, ruins and how this inspires his vision of Wonderland.
 
“The movie is not a real action movie.  The movie is a movie where you wanna create a world where you’re happy to spend two hours of your life.  You wanna be there and think, ‘What’s around that corner? I love being in this place.’  And that’s what it felt like in the first movie, I liked being in Underland and I love the idea that we’re gonna create that world again, a place where you’re happy to spend time.”
It’s unknown if Anne Hathaway and Alan Rickman will return as well.  
 
Through the Looking Glass on May 27, 2016.
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