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Year: 2016
Saga: Alice in Wonderland
Original Title: Alice Through the Looking Glass
Length: 108 minutes
Genre: Adventure, Family, Fantasy
Studios: Walt Disney Pictures
Distributor: Walt Disney Pictures
Age rating: Parental guidance
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Release Dates

United Kingdom: May 27 2016

United States: May 27 2016


Ranking: 625 out of 16,012 movies (up 532)


6.5 by 33 users

6.0 by Movie'n'co

6.3 by 10 media


'Alice Through the Looking Glass' is the sequel, and prequel at the same time, of the film directed by Tim Burton 'Alice in Wonderland'. This second part, directed by James Bobin from a script by Linda Woolverton, has Burton only as a producer and focuses on a conflict that triggers the Mad Hatter character played again by Johnny Depp. When the day turns into night and the sky becomes sea, Alice (Mia Wasikowska) travel again to Wonderland in order to help his old friend the Hatter, a mission that will end with Alice discovering some of the reasons why his bizarre colleague lost his mind. In this adventure, Alicia will have the help of mr time himself, character played by actor Sacha Baron Cohen, and will meet the younger version of the characters we saw in the original. The cast also includes Anne Hathaway, Helena Bonham Carter and Andrew Scott in addition to Alan Rickman, Timothy Spall, Michael Sheen and Stephen Fry, performers who lend their voices to several characters. Hide full plot... Show full plot


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Cast Alice Through the Looking Glass

Leo Bill

Leo Bill

Hamish Ascot

Johnny Depp

Johnny Depp

Sombrerero Loco

Anne Hathaway

Anne Hathaway

Reina Blanca



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Trivia Alice Through the Looking Glass

Although it is a sequel to 'Alice in Wonderland' (2010) by Tim Burton, it is not directed by him. James Bobin is the new director. This is Alan Rickman and Helena Bonham Carter's seventh film together. Toby Jones, Helena Bonham Carter, Timothy Spall, Frances de la Tour, Rhys Ifans, and Alan Rickman were all part of the Harry Potter movies.