Under the direction of Tim Burton, Disney's live-action version of Alice in Wonderland grossed over $1 billion at the box office globally in 2010.
Now it's time for Mia Wasikowska's 'Alice' to venture once more down the rabbit hole, or more accurately Through the Looking Glass, for a brand new adventure directed by The Muppets James Bobin.
This time they're joined by Sacha Baron Cohen as the evil personification of 'Time' itself, as Alice must travel back to the past to save her friend the Mad Hatter and prevent Wonderland becoming a barren wasteland devoid of any life or magic.
Meanwhile the giant-sized billboard was snapped towering over eastbound traffic along West Hollywood's busy Sunset Strip on May 10, 2016 (although it's a bit of a shame that Alice doesn't take center stage for her own film, with Johnny Depp's bankable Mad Hatter outshining her in the spotlight).Alice in Wonderland movie billboards from the skies of L.A. in early 2010.
movie costumes from Alice Through the Looking Glass and these film costumes and props from 2010's Alice in Wonderland on display too.
UPDATED: Here's another slightly surreal billboard for the movie sequel featuring the Mad Hatter and the floating 'Cheshire Cat'.
UPDATED: It's good to see that some billboards have now popped up with Mia Wasikowska as our titular heroine Alice, like this one spied above La Brea Avenue on May 26, 2016.