Tim Burton to direct 3D Addams Family movie

It seems that Tim Burton is continuing his tradition of selecting the most obvious sounding projects imaginable. Mike Fleming at Deadline is reporting that Burton will direct a 3D stop-motion animated feature based on The Addams Family.

The film will be unrelated to the 1960s television show of the same name, as well as Barry Sonnenfeld‘s two film adaptations from the 1990s.

It will instead go back to the original source material: Charles Addams’ ghoulish drawings, first published in 1938.

Burton produced the legendary stop-motion feature The Nightmare Before Christmas before directing his first feature-length stop-motion film Corpse Bride in 2005. He is currently working on a feature-length version of his 1984 short film Frankenweenie.

Discuss: What are your thoughts on Tim Burton’s career of late?

3 Responses to “Tim Burton to direct 3D Addams Family movie”

  1. I wish he would just go back to writing his own stuff instead of remaking everything else with a 'burton' spin on it. Im really over it.

  2. I think he's great and i enjoy everything he does. Cant wait to see what he can do with The Adams Family 🙂

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