Really behind in podcast listening but wanted to call out Tim Burton had very little to do with The Nightmare Before Christmas. That was primarily a Henry Selick (Coraline, James and the Giant Peach) joint.
How much he was personally hands-on with the production of the movie I don’t think matters too much. The full title of the movie is literally “Tim Burton’s The Nightmare Before Christmas” even though he is just credited with creating the original story and characters. JRR Tolkien was dead when they made the LotR movies, but it would be quite difficult to say he had little to do with them or that they aren’t relevant to a discussion of his career and legacy.