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Odeon announced today that it has reached a deal with Disney to show Tim Burton's 3D fantasy adventure Alice In Wonderland in cinemas.

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My name is Liz. I've no idea what a podcast is. I've lost days in cyberspace trying to upload photos. So it made me roar with laughter when I heard that Trivial Pursuit are planning a new online experiment next month. The Battle of the Generations – which will pit the under-30 "tech-savvy" crowd against the over-30 "life-savvy" set – is positively Corinthian. Because as generations, we really are wired differently. They have digital brains; we're still analogue.

Malice in Wonderland: Burton's film has become pawn in bitter battle between studios and cinemas

With its red carpet, parking for limousines and baying fans behind crowd barriers, the Odeon Leicester Square has long been the venue of choice for film executives wanting to bring the full glitz of a Hollywood premiere to Britain.

No UK Odeon screenings for Alice in Wonderland

Tim Burton's new 3D blockbuster Alice In Wonderland will not be screened in Odeon cinemas in the UK, Ireland and Italy, the chain said today, with other films taking priority.

A-Z of Alice in Wonderland

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Curiouser and curiouser: From Wonderland to Glee, we're falling in love with our childhoods all over again

With Alice in Wonderland on the big screen, storytelling clubs for adults and exhibitions set up like playgrounds, there's never been a better time to revisit the golden days of youth. Nancy Groves joins in the fun

David Prosser: Coming soon, after all...

Outlook So Cineworld has backed down in its showdown with Disney over Tim Burton's Alice in Wonderland. Along with the Odeon and Vue cinema chains, it had threatened not to show the film because Disney wants to bring it out on DVD just 12 weeks after it opens on the big screen, rather than respecting the 17-week window that is currently the industry norm.

Making magic with Alice in Wonderland

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He's the face of one of cinema's biggest franchises – yet Johnny Depp's enduring outsider cool means that he can still be guest of honour at a distinctly anti-Hollywood film festival

Hollywood wizards: Fairy tales and the box office

The big studios are relying on remakes of classic fantasies to boost film audiences in 2010

Trail Of The Unexpected: The root masters of India

The extraordinary bridges over the Khasi river valleys are living works of art

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