TOP MOVIE NEWS: WEDNESDAY 27 JUNE
New Trailer for Tim Burton's Frankenweenie, Alan Partridge film details emerge
Tim Burton returns to the launchpad of his success with this feature length version of his 1984 short film.
Like the original, this new stop motion animated Frankenweenie is a black-and-white Gothic tale of a boy who revives his dog Sparky from the dead.
This second trailer, released today, delves further into the plot and gives a better glimpse of the film's parody element, of Mary Shelley's "Frankenstein" and countless monster movies.
Frankenweenie is released in the UK on 17 October - so there's plenty of time to get your Halloween hats on.
DATE AND MORE DETAILS FOR ALAN PARTRIDGE FILM
The Alan Partridge film will open in cinemas on August 16, 2013, StudioCanal, the film's new UK distributor, has announced.
Steve Coogan, who will reprise his much-loved role as the awkward radio and TV presenter, said: "I'm simultaneously gladdened and pleased to see a British film being co-funded by the French dudes at StudioCanal.
"This is without doubt the greatest Anglo-French co-operation since the Normandy landings. This time, the heroes aren't Allied servicemen - they're motion picture financiers, who are equally brave."
The Alan Partridge Movie will be a co-production between Coogan's company Baby Cow and French film giant StudioCanal, with support from BBC Films and the BFI Film Fund.
The film's script has been written by Coogan with Armando Iannucci, Peter Baynham and Neil and Rob Gibbons. Last week Iannucci revealed that the film will see Partridge do battle with a media giant.
"Alan is in Norwich. It's not 'Alan goes to Hollywood', it's not 'Alan invaded by aliens' or anything like that. He's on North Norfolk Digital, which is taken over by a media conglomerate and has its name changed to Shape. And that kicks everything off."