A stage magician is transported to the land of Oz, where he encounters three witches and must prove to them that he's the all-powerful wizard they've been waiting for.
The full trailer for Sam Raimi's 'Oz The Great and Powerful' will reportedly drop in just a couple days, so we've floated in a handful of new stills from the film to get you warmed up. So, what's knew that we haven't already seen? You'll get fresh looks at Michelle Williams, Rachel Weisz and Mila Kunis -- as the prequel's trio of witches -- as well as a cute monkey, because every movie needs one.
It's hard to imagine there was once a time when Mila Kunis was considered just another player of FOX's 'That '70s Show,' consdering the filmic body of work (and her own body of work) we know her by these days. Now we've learned that Kunis will return to her TV roots, though not as you might thing. The 'Ted' star has signed on to executive produce new CW period feminism drama 'Meridan Hills,' but how big an involvement will Mila Kunis have?
'Oz: The Great and Powerful' is one of the most anticipated movies of 2013. Where 'The Wizard of Oz' introduced the movie-loving world to Dorothy, the book turned Broadway musical 'Wicked' centered on the Wicked Witch of the West and Glinda, this new look at the Land of Oz gives us a look at the man we all know as the Wizard (whose real name apparently is Oscar Diggs). But that doesn't mean the other classic characters don't play a crucial part.
We've already got a look at the first official movie poster and the first teaser trailer, and now a new look at the latest re-imagining of one of the wickedest of witches has come forth in an artful movie poster form. But who exactly are we looking?
When I was a little kid I prayed to any deity that would listen to grant my dog the power of speech. I was pretty sure my dog would be chock full of witticisms and would be a nice additional voice in family affairs.
The dream never came true, but the character of Brian on all 652 seasons of 'Family Guy' have made for a nice substitute. And I'm fairly certain that some dorm room kids crunked on the chronic (or whatever the younger generation calls it these days) have sat glassy-eyed in front of their TVs, watched Brian the dog and wondered what it would be like to actually see an anthropomorphized character like, you know, for real man.
Seth MacFarlane's very entertaining 'Ted' is the closest we'll get to that in a long time.
What exactly is going on with the Wachoski siblings' new project 'Jupiter Ascending'? Everything has been under wraps so far about the upcoming movie and we can only guess at this point that it's a sci-fi film. That is, until now. More has been revealed about the strange new flick, but the movie idea sounds closer to a futuristic sequel to 'Snow White and the Huntsman.'
Robin Williams is an actor with two modes. He can be undeniably brilliant, a subtle, nuanced performer with a knack for portraying desperate loneliness and sadness. More often, he's extremely loud, mind-meltingly obnoxious and does a lot of zany voices for reasons that don't make much sense outside of the fact that Williams likes to do zany voices. So, which side of Williams are we going to see in 'The Angriest Man in Brooklyn'?