Reasserting that Sam Raimi's definition of "witch" means "big-eyed, pouty-lipped, vampish brunette who you MIGHT guess is, like, Persian, maybe," Rachel Weisz has been added as a second witch to the director's Oz: The Great and Powerful. She'll be playing Evanora, a witch of the evil style who tries to lure over sister Theadora--played by the other big-eyed, pouty-lipped, vampish brunette who could be, like, I don't know, whatever Ben Kingsley is (if he isn't white?): Mila Kunis. Both will now star opposite James Franco's title character in the film, to be followed by a joint appearance in a new Paul Lynde Halloween Special from beyond his grave.
Welcome to Oz, a lurid CGI land where monkeys fly and witches exist, and speak almost entirely in hushed, hesitant, overly-theatrical tones, like crazy men whispering about the alien government's plots. And it's a land where eccentric magician James Franco is one day transporte... / Continue →
Well, looks like Sam Raimi has his Alice in Wonderland. Here's the first trailer for Oz: The Great and Powerful, the director's Wizard of Oz prequel that follows the black & white-to-technicolor balloon flight James Franco rode into fiction's most eccentric dwarf and witch comm... / Continue →
After Blue Valentine and the upcoming Take This Waltz, Michelle Williams is going to take a little break from showing us how fucking depressing marriage can be with a more lighthearted part in Sam Raimi's Oz: The Great and Powerful. In the Wizard of Oz prequel/origin story, she... / Continue →