There’s a new poster for Tim Burton’s Alice in Wonderland is part of a series of three, also known as a triptych (know it for your SAT, kids). The way this will work is that the poster after the jump has to get 7,500 likes on the Facebook page for “The Disloyal Subjects of the Mad Hatter” and then the next poster will be revealed and then I assume it will take even more likes to get the last poster. I think on its own this poster is terrible and I don’t see how adding two more will somehow take away Helena Bonham Carter’s Sutherland-at-the-end-of-Invasion-of-the-Body-Snatchers look or that the “3” at the bottom looks like an “8” but people that’s just a silly font thing.
Check out the full poster after the jump because you need a reminder that Tim Burton is dark and whimsical.
If you still want to see this poster series finish out, then head over to the Facebook page and give this one a “Like”.
And for those just tuning in, here’s a brief synopsis (because there have to be people in this world who have never heard of “Alice in Wonderland”):
17-year-old Alice returns to Wonderland and encounters the White Rabbit, the Mad Hatter, the Cheshire Cat, the Red Queen, and the other absurd and amazing characters from Lewis Carroll’s books.
So, the White Rabbit (he’s always late for stuff), the Mad Hatter (played by Johnny Depp), and then there’s a hole that Alice falls down, and she drinks this potion that makes her tiny and you’ll just pick up[ the rest of the story along the way. However, you may just want to read the book now rather than wait for the movie.