Tim Burton Celebrates Frankenweenie at Disneyland Paris!

Tim Burton Celebrates Frankenweenie at Disneyland Paris!
Tim Burton and Helena Bonham Carter visit Disneyland Paris!
On the 26th October critically acclaimed creative genius Tim Burton visited Disneyland Paris to celebrate the release of his latest stop motion animation movie Frankenweenie!

On Friday the 26th October Tim Burton headed to Disneyland Paris with his wife, actress Helena Bonham Carter, and their two children Billy Ray and Indiana Rose, to celebrate the release of the highly anticipated stop motion picture Frankenweenie. 

Tim Burton hung out with his family in front of the Phantom Manor attraction and was joined by familiar faces, Jack Skellington and Sally, characters from his 1993 released stop motion film The Nightmare Before Christmas. 
 
Perfectly timed for Halloween, Frankenweenie will be released in France on the 31st October. However, for the non French speakers amongst you heading to Disneyland Paris for Disney’s Halloween Festival, if you fancy exploring the wonderfully bizarre world of Tim Burton, you’ll be able to meet Jack and Sally till the 4th November outside the Phantom Manor.
 
Tim Burton’s Frankenweenie is in UK cinemas now.

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