While Coraline doesn’t turn into a dark, creepy film until the second half of the movie, a lot of B-D readers will enjoy the latest film from Henry Selick, the director of The Nightmare Before Christmas. If you click on over to BDTV you can watch an exclusive video interview with Selick, who chats about the dark side of Coraline and also addresses a potential sequel to Nightmare Before Christmas. “There’s been some discussion a few years back,” he tells B-D, “it has to be CG, it was very unpleasant to hear. That wouldn’t be the case now,” explaining it would be up to Tim Burton if a sequel was made. Coraline hits theaters in Real-D on February 6th.
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