The three brand new stills present attention-craze Coraline with her real family and in the parallel world where she finds out to be nothing she ever imagines.
Three more stills of "Coraline" have been making their rounds. Released by Laika and Focus Features via Latino Review, the new images display Coraline in three different situations. One of the pictures shows her sitting at a dinner table while trying to get her parents' attention, while another one takes a look at her with Wybie as they are drawn into a circus. The last one which is posted on the news photo present Coraline in the portal to the parallel world.
Based on Neil Gaiman's international best-selling book, this 3-D animated stop-motion fantasy film follows the story of a young girl who unlocks a mysterious door connecting her real world to another with a parallel reality. Desperate to find a world better that the one she's been living in, Coraline is about to learn the true meaning of an old say "Be careful what you wish for" as she faces evil in the world which serves as an alternate version of her life.
Featuring the voices of Dakota Fanning, Teri Hatcher, John Hodgman and others, "Coraline" is directed and penned by Henry Selick. The animation movie will be released in U.S. theaters on February 6, 2009.