Exclusive: New Alice In Wonderland Pic

See the White Queen - with dormouse?

Tim Burton's Alice in Wonderland is surely one of the best fits of director to subject matter ever, and a film that looks to be both weird and, of course, wonderful. So it's with delight and delirium that we bring you a new picture of Anne Hathaway's White Queen from the film, talking to a rodent who looks to our untrained eyes like the Dormouse.

The White Queen doesn't appear in the book Alice in Wonderland, appearing in the sequel Through The Looking Glass as a chess piece instead. While she's largely on Alice's side, she's not the most useful or reliable ally ever, and since she seems to live her life backwards (screaming before she's injured etc) she's a little odd, to say the least. Although whether anyone will notice in this company remains to be seen.

Here are further hi-res stills of Johnny Depp's Mad Hatter, Helena Bonham-Carter's barmy looking Red Queen, and Mia Wasikowska as Alice herself.
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Alice In Wonderland is out on March 5, 2010 in the UK.