What goes on in the mind of a brilliant stop-motion filmmaker? Well, why don't you find out! Last week I sat down with Henry Selick, the writer/director behind not only the upcoming Coraline, but also Nightmare Before Christmas. After...Show More Summary
Coraline director Henry Selick shared with us all the details of creating his eerie masterpiece, from half-naked puppet drama to recreating a stop motion rain storm in the new movie adapted from Neil Gaiman's novel. Selick, who has a...Show More Summary
With Henry Selick's stop-motion adaption of Neil Gaiman's "Coraline" opening this weekend, CBR News sat down with voice actor Terri Hatcher to discuss her multiple roles in the highly anticipated film.
The acclaimed stop-motion animator joins the prolific writer to chat about their latest cinematic adventure. ...
Opening This Weekend Coraline Synopsis: Director Henry Selick's (A Nightmare Before Christmas) helms the world's first 3-D, stop-motion animation feature. Based on the storybook classic by writer Neil Gaiman (DC Comics' Sandman series) the fairy tale/nightmare unfolds as discontented Coraline...
FROM SPLASH PAGE: The February 6 release of “Coraline,” Henry Selick’s 3-D, stop-motion adaptation of a story by award-winning comic book author and novelist Neil Gaiman, is almost upon us — and that means bunches and bunches of clips, interviews and “Coraline”-related content are hitting the ‘Net. Today, we have your first look at another [...]
With "Nightmare Before Christmas" director Henry Selick’s new film Coraline opening this weekend, SlashFilm’s Kevin Kelly atkes a retrospective look back at the history of stop-motion animation, a discipline that still requires delicate hands-on precision to make the scenes come to life, one frame at a time. In an era of CG effects, this analog [...]
Neil Gaiman's novella Coraline made quite an impact when it appeared in 2002, sweeping up Hugo, Nebula and Bram Stoker awards in its surrealist arms. Now stop-motion virtuoso Henry Selick's cinematic adaptation has exploded the children's book into an entirely...
Suddenly, it's turning into Surreal Film Day on the Candy, but I just watched another short that's worthy of sharing: Director Henry Selick enjoyed huge success when he teamed up with Tim Burton for The Nightmare Before Christmas, and I...
While Coraline doesn't turn into a dark, creepy film until the second half of the movie, a lot of B-D readers will enjoy the latest film from Henry Selick, the director of The Nightmare Before Christmas. If you click on over to BDTVShow More Summary
Director Henry Selick is a huge reason why Neil Gaiman's Coraline is so gorgeously spooky. While promoting Coraline, he gave us some details about his next project, a zombie stop motion feature called Paranorman. Selick, who's famous...Show More Summary
Henry Selick's new 3D stop-motion animation film Coraline is adapted from a story by Neil Gaiman, who's perhaps best known for his groundbreaking graphic novel series The Sandman. Gaiman began writing the story in the early '90s...Show More Summary
The last promotional clip for Neil Gaiman and Henry Selick's Coraline hit the net last night. According to Ain't It Cool News, it's Selick's personal favorite trailer, and it's pretty easy to see why. Here it is, enjoy:The Vault of Horror
Have you ever wished for a different life? That's what this newest trailer for Coraline asks. But be careful what you wish for! I've been trying to hold off on running anything new from Coraline recently just because I'm waiting to actually see the film tomorrow. Show More Summary
It's that time of the week again! In this week's wrap-up: Verbinski forgets Pirates and heads to dry land; Jim Sheridan has a Black Mass; get (d)ready for A Night At The Museum; Jolie "flips" for Salt and Henry Selick knows how to Count. 1. Pirates of The Caribbean director Gore Verbinski is mulling over directing an untitled script [...]
Continuing with our 2009 preview series, I've got an overview of what awaits us (non-comic-book) sci-fi/fantasy geeks this coming year.Salivating:- Coraline (Feb. 6) - Henry Selick + Neil Gaiman + some awfully creepy button-eyes.- Push (Feb. Show More Summary