Disney is working on a sequel to Alice in Wonderland, the Tim Burton film that earned the studio more than a billion dollars in 2010.
Still from 'Alice in Wonderland' directed by Tim Burton ©Walt Disney Studios Motion Pictures France
Two years after Alice in Wonderland, Disney decided to launch the production of a sequel, with the help of the writer Linda Woolverton, who penned the script of the 2010 film. Woolverton is used to working with Disney, having already collaborated on Beauty and the Beast, The Lion King and the upcoming Maleficent, a story based on Sleeping Beauty starring Angelina Jolie and Elle Fanning.
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