Wednesday, December 05, 2007

The 3D Coraline Trailer

By some odd coincidence, these two came in back to back...

Hey Neil,

I've heard that with some prints of Beowulf there was a trailer for Henry Selick's Coraline adaption. Is this true? And if so, do you have it? Can you maybe link or post it? I'm sure many of us would love to see it. Thank you.



Hello Mr. Gaiman.

I was absolutely chuffed to finally see a trailer for Coraline when I went to see Beowulf. I'm really looking forward to the movie.

I cannot, however seem to find the trailer on the internet. Is it available anywhere? Do I simply have horrible Googling skills?

If you would direct me to a site with the trailer I will be most appreciative as I'd like to share it with friends who haven't yet seen it.

Many thanks!


You can't find the pre-Beowulf trailer for Coraline on the internet, because as far as I can tell, it isn't there yet -- probably because it's only a 3D trailer (and it looks so much better in 3D than flat, especially the poking needle going through the buttonhole).

I've got a copy, though, and I've asked The Folk At Laika how they'd feel about me putting it up. Let me see what we can do...


Here's today's dog-bounding-through-the-snow photo, because he looks a bit wolfier or doggier and a bit less ice-weaselly.

Right. Back to proofreading.

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