Corpse Bride is a 2005 stop motion feature length film directed by Tim Burton and Mike Johnson. The plot concerns a groom to be accidentally marrying the wrong woman - in fact, he has married a dead woman. The film was the first to be shot with still cameras as opposed to modified Mitchell film cameras. The footage was later edited using Apple's Final Cut Pro. Rather than using different models and head designs to allow the characters to change facial expressings and speak, the models were made with a soft, flexible skin that could be changed via a complex internal gear system. The film earned $53.4 million in the U.S. and was generally well received critically.