I grew up watching Ed Wood’s’ movies on television. Like everyone else at first, I remember thinking, ‘Wow, what is this?’ But then I began to realize that even though they are bad, they’re good. There’s something poetic about them. Ed remained true to his work. He didn’t let technicalities like visible wires and bad sets distract him from his storytelling. There’s a twisted form of integrity to that.

- Tim Burton

The love of her afterlife.
Corpse Bride (2005)

Frankenweenie Cakes & Treats

The Factory Opens July 2005
Charlie and the Chocolate Factory (2005)

People think like, well, it gets easy, (but) every project is hard to get made. Every single one, I think you always feel a little at odds with it, just because it’s the nature of it. No matter what you’re doing and how successful you’ve been or not, it’s always a struggle.

- Tim Burton

This is absolutely false. I don’t know who made this movie poster, but it’s not true. Sorry to anyone that got their hopes up. A remake (at least in the hands of Tim Burton) will not be made.

All I have to say is this
Will people never learn

Behind the Scenes of Vincent (1982)

Even when you read the script of ‘Big Fish,’ which is really a terrific script, you don’t really get into the world that he’s creating until you take that step with him, that first step into a world he’s created in his mind.

- Danny Devito