New CORALINE Movie Images – With a Collider Exclusive

     September 15, 2008




Earlier today, Andre Dellamorte posted the first part of his set visit to Henry Selick’s upcoming movie “Coraline.” While we’d planned on running these new movie images in the article, they came in a bit late…so he posted his write up with the images we already had. But since the new images have just arrived, I figured we should get them online ASAP.


If you haven’t looked at Dellamorte’s set visit yet, you should probably start there. But if you’ve already read it….enjoy these new images. And the first one is an exclusive to Collider.






Behind the scenes with Coraline (center) in the Web Living Room location for the first stop-motion animated adventure to be conceived and photographed in stereoscopic 3-D, Focus Features’ February release CORALINE, directed by Henry Selick. Photo Credit: Galvin Collins. EXCLUSIVE FOR COLLIDER






Animator Chris Tootell readies Coraline to cross a snowy forest in the first stop-motion animated adventure to be conceived and photographed in stereoscopic 3-D, Focus Features’ February release CORALINE, directed by Henry Selick. Photo Credit: Galvin Collins.






Neil Gaiman (left), author of the book Coraline, visits director Henry Selick (right) at the LAIKA Entertainment production offices during shooting of the first stop-motion animated adventure to be conceived and photographed in stereoscopic 3-D, Focus Features’ February release CORALINE. Photo Credit: Serena Davidson.






Assistant Cameraman Mike Gerzevitz between takes with (l-r.) Wybie and his new friend Coraline on the first stop-motion animated adventure to be conceived and photographed in stereoscopic 3-D, Focus Features’ February release CORALINE, directed by Henry Selick. Photo Credit: Galvin Collins.






Coraline goes exploring in a scene from the first stop-motion animated adventure to be conceived and photographed in stereoscopic 3-D, Focus Features’ February release CORALINE, directed by Henry Selick. Photo Credit: Galvin Collins.






Character Painter Angela Kiely paints the replacement faces for the character of Other Mother in one of the workshops for the first stop-motion animated adventure to be conceived and photographed in stereoscopic 3-D, Focus Features’ February release CORALINE, directed by Henry Selick. Photo Credit: Galvin Collins.






Behind the scenes with Art Director Matt Sanders on the hand-crafted creation of just one of the dozens of elaborate sets made for the first stop-motion animated adventure to be conceived and photographed in stereoscopic 3-D, Focus Features’ February release CORALINE, directed by Henry Selick. Photo Credit: Galvin Collins.


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