Although Alice Through the Looking Glass is a title whose luster is glimmering around the corner, Miss Peregrine’s Home for Peculiar Children is certainly a highly anticipated Burtonian film, binding together both fantasy and peculiarity per se.
Slated to be released at the end of September, the motion picture, based on the novel of Ransom Riggs will bring Ms. Dreadful, Eva Green and Samuel L. Jackson into the limelight, to hone the dramatic elements of the script, while director Tim Burton swiftly pushes the story into unfathomable heights, displaying both his quintessential gothic charm and the mystery of newfangled worlds.
Referred to as the ‘scary Mary Poppins’ (what a tease) by Burton himself, Green seemed to have given her best for the role, as depicted in the photos shown below, firstly featured by Entertainment Weekly.
Effusing panache and erotica, Green is often accompanied by the now-mature Hugo star, Asa Butterfield. Without ruining the charm of the upcoming movie, it is of utmost importance to praise Burton’s initiative of picking up Riggs’s novel and respecting its impressive constituents, which were seemingly too wondrous to be palpable, in their rough, preliminary state.