What, with all the news of Paul Feig‘s (Bridesmaids) Ghostbusters reboot, the planned Ghostbusters Spin-off starring Channing Tatum, Chris Pratt and a potential Ryan Gosling, and also the recent announcement that David Lynch’s Twin Peaks returning in Summer 2016 on Showtime, here’s another one been plucked straight out of the 80s nostalgia-vault for you. After nearly 27 years since Tim Burton directed Michael Keaton in the classic Oscar winning (Best Make-up) movie Beetlejuice, and after the long-gestating rumors that have been circulating the past few years of a sequel, Burton has confirmed that they are now closer than ever. (more…)
With the new major motion picture due out in just a few weeks the Alice in Wonderland fans will be coming out in droves. Many of which will be professing their love for Lewis Carrols classic tale of the silly white girl that fell down a rabbit hole and had herself in adventure. Though, I’m sure the displays of Alice love will be more for Tim Burton and Johnny Depp. On a side note: has anyone noticed that Johnny Depp as the Mad Hatter looks remarkably like Madonna (photo comparison after the jump) ? I digress. The real fans are the Alice in Wonderland purists, and in my book that’s the fans of the Disney version (feel free to debate). One uber fan has clearly made a statement that your not a real fan unless you have the entire Alice in Wonderland story tattooed on your body. Tattoo artist Holly Azzara created this enormous back and arm tattoo that depicts the Disney version of Alice in Wonderland. We at nerdbastards think this is looks amazing. Beautiful tattoo, with a wonderful flow. It defiantly tells a story instead of being a mish-mash of Alice in Wonderland characters randomly arranged on someone.
full size pic after the jump as well as a comparison of Madonna next to Johnny Depps Mad Hatter