Tim Burton ended working with Disney after ‘Dumbo’

Tim Burton has had a long and successful career with Disney, from being an animator on fox and dog to direct the live action Alice in Wonderland. Well He Appears After Working On 2019’s Live Action Dumbo he has enough.

Speaking at the Lumière Festival in Lyon after receiving the Lumière Award, Burton revealed he would not be working with Disney again. “My story is that I started there, I was hired and fired many times throughout my career there. The thing with ‘Dumbo’ is why I think my days with Disney are over, I realized I was Dumbo, I worked in this horrible big circus, and I needed to escape. This movie is pretty autobiographical on some level.

Tim Burton also worked with Disney as an uncredited animator on tronas well as a producer on The Nightmare Before Christmas, James and the Giant Peachand Alice through the looking glass.

Dumbo with Colin Farrell, Eva Green, Michael Keaton and Danny DeVito. The film earned $114.8 million in the United States and Canada, and $238.5 million in other territories, for a worldwide gross of $353.3 million. It was estimated that the film would have had to gross over $500 million worldwide to break even, and with a combined production and advertising budget of $300 million, Deadline reported that he eventually lost money.

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