Alice Through the Looking Glass — New Trailer


added: Mon, Feb 15th '16

One pill makes you larger. And one pill makes you smaaallll...

Premiering during Monday night's broadcast of The Grammys, a new 90-second trailer for the upcoming sequel "Alice Through the Looking Glass" is here. And it features a brand-new cover song of Jefferson Airplane's psychedelic '60s chart-topper "White Rabbit," which is performed by the singer Pink. And it makes the perfect soundtrack for this new colorful head-trip, which is taking viewers back to the fantastical world of "Alice in Wonderland," where Alice (Mia Wasikowska) finds herself magically returning after years away.

Comedian Sacha Baron Cohen joins the fantasy franchise as Time, an evil mustachioed villain who seeks a "young lady" with "yellow-ish hair," who goes by the name of "Alice." It seems Red Queen (Helena Bonham Carter) wants Alice's head, especially now that Alice has returned to Underland.

Directed by James Bobin (Muppets Most Wanted) and written by Linda Woolverton (Maleficent) -- featuring Lewis Carroll's timeless fantasy characters, "Alice Through the Looking Glass" also includes returning cast members Johnny Depp (as the Mad Hatter), Anne Hathaway (as the White Queen), Stephen Fry (as the voice of Cheshire Cat), Michael Sheen (as the voice of the White Rabbit), and the late, great Alan Rickman (as the voice of Absolem the Caterpillar).

The Tim Burton-produced film is coming to theaters May 27th.

When Alice wakes up in Wonderland she must travel through a mysterious new world to retrieve a magical scepter that can stop the evil Lord of Time before he turns forward the clock and turns Wonderland into a barren, lifeless old world. With the help of some new friends, Alice must also uncover an evil plot to put the Queen of Hearts back on the throne.


directed by   James Bobin

starring   Mia Wasikowska, Johnny Depp, Helena Bonham Carter, Anne Hathaway, Matt Lucas, Sacha Baron Cohen, Rhys Ifans, Andrew Scott, Ed Speleers, Alan Rickman, Michael Sheen, Toby Jones, Timothy Spall, Stephen Fry

release date   May 27, 2016

View all trailers / clips for:

blog comments powered by Disqus