Tim Burton's ‘Corpse Bride (2005)’ Premieres On Netflix: Release Date, Trailer, Storyline, Cast

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Corpse Bride (also known as Tim Burton's Corpse Bride) is a 2005 stop-motion animated musical dark fantasy film directed by Mike Johnson and Tim Burton. The film is based on characters created by Burton and Carlos Grangel with a screenplay by John August, Caroline Thompson and Pamela Pettler.

‘Corpse Bride’ Release Date

Corpse Bride is set to release on May 1st, 2022 on a streaming giant Netflix.

‘Corpse Bride’ Trailer

You may watch a Corpse Bride’s trailer on Netflix YouTube and right here below.

‘Corpse Bride’ Storyline

Set back in the late 1800s in a Victorian village, a man and woman by the names of Victor Van Dort and Victoria Everglot are betrothed because the Everglots need the money or else they'll be living on the streets and the Van Dorts want to be high in society. But when things go wrong at the wedding rehearsal, Victor goes into the woods to practice his vows.

Just as soon as he gets them right, he finds himself married to Emily, the corpse bride. While Victoria waits on the other side, there's a rich newcomer that may take Victor's place. So two brides, one groom, who will Victor pick?

‘Corpse Bride’ Cast Members

Johnny Depp leads the cast as the voice of Victor, while Helena Bonham Carter voices Emily, the titular bride. The film is set in a fictional Victorian era village in England.

‘Corpse Bride’ Production Details

Corpse Bride was distributed by Warner Bros. Pictures and an international co-production between the United States and the United Kingdom.

Burton's third stop-motion feature film, and his first as a director, is Corpse Bride (the previous two films, The Nightmare Before Christmas and James and the Giant Peach, were directed by Henry Selick). In addition, this is Burton's first stop-motion film. It was named after executive producer Joe Ranft, who died in a vehicle accident while filming.

Despite winning the National Board of Review award for Best Animated Feature, the film was nominated for Best Animated Feature at the 78th Academy Awards, but lost to Wallace & Gromit: The Curse of the Were-Rabbit, which also starred Bonham Carter.

The film was nominated for Best Animated Feature, Best Character Design, and Best Direction at the Annie Awards in 2006, and won the Ub Iwerks Award for Technical Achievement. Instead of the 35 mm film cameras used in Burton's earlier stop-motion feature The Nightmare Before Christmas, it was shot with Canon EOS-1D Mark II digital SLRs (1993).

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