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Disney Releases A Teaser For 'Alice Through The Looking Glass' With Alan Rickman's Voice

Erica Rose Jackson | PopWrapped Author

Erica Rose Jackson

Staff Writer
02/03/2016 12:00 pm
PopWrapped | Movies
Disney Releases A Teaser For 'Alice Through The Looking Glass' With Alan Rickman's Voice | Alice Through the Looking Glass
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We're all still coming to terms with the passing of Alan Rickman, but Disney gave us a gift with the Alice Through The Looking Glass teaser.  We hear Rickman's voice again and we're reminded of everything he offered us with his talent.  But also be aware that you might want to  have a few tissues handy; we watched the first fleeting seconds multiple times in a row just to hear Rickman.

Alice Through The Looking Glass also features Johnny Depp, Anne Hathaway and Helena Bonham Carter.  The film is the sequel to Tim Burton's Alice in Wonderland and we've all been (im)patiently waiting on it since 2010.   According to the synopsis for the film, Alice will be returning to Wonderland in order to save the Mad Hatter through time travel.  It sounds absolutely magical!

Let's get to the teaser!  Besides Rickman's voice, we also get a glimpse at... well, a lot.  It shows Alice falling through the sky and in a room filled with what appear to be butterflies.  Depp is just as he should be while the Queen has some kind of issue that is terrifying everyone.  Rickman leads us into the trailer by sharing with Alice that she's been gone too long.  That doesn't sound good at all.

The film will premier in May of this year and we're sure it will get a large crowd.  This is one of Alan Rickman's last works, if not his last.  Watch the teaser below and tell us your thoughts on the teaser.  Are you anxiously awaiting a full-blown trailer or is this enough to sink your teeth into for now?  Prepare to feel all the feels as you press play because the teaser wastes no time introducing us to that voice we all miss so much.


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