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Another Look of SyFy's 'Alice' Through TV Spot

November 16, 2009 03:44:29 GMT

The miniseries depicts Alice as a Black Belt holder, Mad Hatter as a con man and Red Queen as the ruthless ruler with no hesitation to kill.


Another Look of SyFy's 'Alice' Through TV Spot
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"Alice", SyFy's take on the Lewis Carroll classics "Alice's Adventures in Wonderland" and "Through the Looking-Glass" has been given a short but new promo. This TV spot introduces one by one briefly the main characters of the miniseries from the titular character to the villainous Red Queen.

28-year-old actress Caterina Scorsone plays Alice since the writer/director Nick Willing wants this version to follow the more adult and "fiercely independent" version of the character. Alice is a stranger in an outlandish city of twisted towers and casinos built out of playing cards, all under the rule of a deliciously devilish Queen who's not very happy about Alice's arrival. Playing the Red Queen is Kathy Bates.

Other cast include Andrew Lee Potts as Mad Hatter, Harry Dean Stanton as Caterpillar, and Tim Curry as resistance leader Dodo. SyFy will debut the series on December 6 and conclude it on the next day.

Alice's adventures are also being translated to the big screen, a project by Tim Burton. How the miniseries team regard the movie adaptation called "Alice in Wonderland" compared to theirs, Willing commented, "It could not be more different. We are out there - not to say that [Burton's] isn't out there, but [he's] in a classical way."



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posted by Brian - Kafkacotton on Dec 05, 2009
I run a t-shirt shop, Kafkacotton, that creates designs inspired by great books. We just came out with an "Alice in Wonderland" t-shirt last week (actually "Through the Looking Glass"). When we decided to make the shirt, we had no idea all these Alices were about to pop out... Here's the quote from the book which explains the shirt, "One thing was certain, that the WHITE kitten had had nothing to do with it:—it was the black kitten's fault entirely."

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