Director Tim Burton and Winona Ryder were among the stars of the film in attendance at the El Capitan Theatre on September 24.
Director Tim Burton talks to reporters on the red carpet at the Frankenweenie premiere. The 3D black-and-white film is a remake of Burton's own 1984 short film of the same name.
Winona Ryder voices Elsa van Helsing, Victor's next-door neighbor and one of his classmates.
Martin Short voices three different characters in the film. The main character is Victor's father, Ben Frankenstein. He also voices Mr. Bergermeister, themayor of New Holland.
David Arquette attends the Frankenweenie premiere. The film, which opens in theaters on Oct. 5, follows a boy named Victor who loses his dog and uses science to bring him back to life.
Cassandra Peterson, dressed as the character Elvira, Mistress of the Dark, poses on the carpet at the premiere.
Honoring the black-and-white film with her black-and-white outfit, Katherine McNamara poses on the carpet.
Grace Potter, who is featured on Frankenweenie's soundtrack, arrives at the premiere, which took place at the El Capitan Theatre in Hollywood on September 24.
Jorn Weisbrodt, Rufus Wainwright
Rufus Wainwright and Jorn Weisbrodt, who got married on Aug. 23 in Montauk, New York, arrive for the premiere of Disney's Frankenweenie.
Hank Baskett, Kendra Wilkinson
Hank Baskett and reality star Kendra Wilkinson pose on the carpet.
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