List of Coraline facts:-
“Coraline” is a stop-motion animated film released in 2009.
It is based on a novel of the same name by Neil Gaiman.
The film was directed by Henry Selick.
It was produced by Laika Studios.
The movie was released in 3D.
The story follows a young girl named Coraline who moves into a new home with her parents.
Coraline is voiced by Dakota Fanning.
Other notable voice actors in the film include Teri Hatcher, Keith David, and Ian McShane.
The film’s soundtrack was composed by Bruno Coulais.
The film was a critical and commercial success, grossing over $124 million worldwide.
It was nominated for an Academy Award for Best Animated Feature.
The movie was the first stop-motion animated feature to be shot entirely in 3D.
It took four years to make the film.
Over 28 animators worked on the project.
The characters were designed to look like miniature puppets.
The sets were built at a 1:6 scale.
The film’s style was influenced by the work of illustrator Dave McKean.
Coraline’s cat is named Wybie, short for “Why Born”, a nickname given to him by his grandmother.
The Other Mother is based on the Russian folktale character Baba Yaga.
Coraline’s father is a writer, while her mother is a gardener.
The film’s tagline is “Be careful what you wish for.”
Coraline’s eyes are blue in the movie, but they are described as green in the book.
The film’s opening sequence was created using a technique called “pixilation.”
The Other World in the movie is more vibrant and colorful than the real world.
Coraline’s blue hair is a reference to the character’s hair color in the book.
The film has a cult following and is considered a modern classic.
The movie’s release was delayed due to the financial crisis of 2008.
The film was released on DVD and Blu-ray in 2009.
The film’s production budget was $60 million.
The movie has been adapted into a stage play and an opera.
Coraline Jones is the main protagonist of the movie.
Coraline is voiced by Dakota Fanning.
Coraline has short blue hair, green eyes, and freckles.
Wybie Lovat is Coraline’s neighbor and the grandson of the Pink Palace’s landlady.
Wybie is short for “Why Born”, a nickname given to him by his grandmother.
Wybie is voiced by Robert Bailey Jr.
The Other Mother is the movie’s main antagonist.
The Other Mother is voiced by Teri Hatcher.
The Other Mother’s true form is a monstrous creature with multiple arms and black button eyes.
The Other Father is a creation of the Other Mother.
The Other Father is voiced by John Hodgman.
The Other Father is a cheerful and musical character who loves to play the piano.
The Cat is a wise and mysterious creature who helps Coraline throughout the movie.
The Cat is voiced by Keith David.
The Pink Palace Apartments’ landlady is a stern and eccentric woman who owns the building where Coraline and her parents live.
The landlady is voiced by Dawn French.
Mr. Bobinsky is a Russian acrobat who lives in the Pink Palace Apartments.
Mr. Bobinsky is voiced by Ian McShane.
Mr. Bobinsky has a trained mouse circus that performs in his apartment.
Miss Forcible and Miss Spink are retired actresses who live in the Pink Palace Apartments.
Miss Forcible is voiced by Jennifer Saunders, while Miss Spink is voiced by Dawn French.
The three ghost children are the souls of three children who were previously lured into the Other Mother’s world.
The ghost children’s names are Sarah, Charles, and Caroline.
The ghost children warn Coraline about the dangers of the Other Mother.
The mice in Mr. Bobinsky’s mouse circus have distinct personalities and are voiced by different actors.
The Other Wybie is a creation of the Other Mother and is a more attentive and obedient version of Wybie.
The Other Wybie has buttons for eyes.
Coraline’s real parents are busy and distracted, but they still love her.
Coraline’s mother is a gardener who loves plants and has a greenhouse.
Coraline’s father is a writer who is struggling with writer’s block.
Coraline’s parents have generic names, Mother and Father.
The Other Mother’s hair is longer and black, while her skin is paler than Coraline’s real mother.
The Other Mother’s hand is made of needles and can detach from her arm.
The Other Mother can change her appearance to mimic Coraline’s real mother.
The Other Mother’s world is a twisted version of Coraline’s real world.
Coraline’s parents are more loving and attentive in the Other Mother’s world.
The Other Father is more robotic and less human-like in the Other Mother’s world.
The Other Wybie is more talkative and outgoing than the real Wybie.
The Other Wybie has no recollection of Coraline’s real world.
The Cat can talk in the Other Mother’s world but chooses not to.
The ghost children are trapped in the Other Mother’s world and need Coraline’s help to be freed.
The Pink Palace Apartments were once a grand mansion that was converted into a boarding house.
Miss Forcible and Miss Spink have a collection of Scottie dogs and spiders, respectively.
The Other Mother has a garden where she grows black flowers with button centers.
The Other Mother’s true form is revealed when she removes her gloves and button eyes.
The Other Father is turned into a mechanical puppet by the Other Mother.
The Other Mother’s world is designed to be a perfect copy of Coraline’s real world.
The Other Mother offers Coraline everything she wants in exchange for her eyes.
The Other Mother’s world is slowly falling apart and decaying.
Coraline is almost trapped in the Other Mother’s world but manages to escape.
Coraline saves the ghost children by finding their eyes and returning them to their rightful bodies.
Coraline’s bravery and cleverness help her defeat the Other Mother.
The Other Mother is a manifestation of Coraline’s desire for attention and love from her parents.
Coraline learns to appreciate her real life and family more after her adventure in the Other Mother’s world.
The Pink Palace Apartments have a secret door that leads to the Other Mother’s world.
The Other Mother uses the door to lure in children from the real world.
The Other Mother is vulnerable to water and light.
The Other Mother’s voice changes from warm and loving to cold and robotic in her true form.
Coraline’s journey teaches her the importance of bravery, independence, and family.
The movie’s ending leaves open the possibility of Coraline having future adventures.
The Pink Palace Apartments have a history of strange occurrences, including disappearances and hauntings.
The Other Mother has an affectionate nickname for Coraline, “my little doll”.
The Other Mother’s buttons are made of black coral.
The Other Mother’s world is revealed to be a trap for Coraline, designed to keep her there forever.
The Other Mother has an army of rats that she uses to spy on Coraline.
Coraline’s parents are initially skeptical of her claims about the Other Mother’s world.
The Other Mother’s world is a metaphor for the dangers of giving into temptation and false promises.
Coraline’s real mother shows her love for Coraline by making her a new dress.
The Other Mother’s true nature is hinted at throughout the movie, such as her inability to create living things.
The ghost children help Coraline by leaving her clues and hints to help her defeat the Other Mother.
The Other Mother’s button eyes symbolize her need for control and manipulation.
The Cat’s name is never revealed in the movie.
The Cat’s role is to guide and protect Coraline.
The Pink Palace Apartments are inspired by real-life Victorian boarding houses.
The movie was based on the book of the same name by Neil Gaiman.