Nope, it's not a remake or a fairy tale or an adaptation of a book/TV show/whatever -- it's actually a full-length version of Burton's 1984 short film of the same name, an exciting prospect if only because it returns the director to his roots, where his films had much more imagination and verve than they seem to have now. Disney is backing the film, and surprisingly letting him embrace the black-and-white aesthetic that was part of the charm of the original. And this new trailer really does feel like a big hearted throwback to his "Edward Scissorhands"/"Beetlejuice" era films. With a voice cast that includes Winona Ryder, Martin Short, Martin Landau and Catherine O’Hara, the movie will center around a young Victor Frankenstein who reanimates his dog after it's struck by a car. And yeah, things get complicated.