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Review by deedragongirl posted over a year ago
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Oz version of the Corrs.
Hi guys, a few months ago, I watched this movie and it's really extraordinary out of this world. Ironically, I also have the Wicked Original Broadway Cast to which I will tell you about it more here.

The Story

The story was very much like the original 1939 version, because the Prologue was shot in a Black & White/ Sepia tone to it before the main protagonist was taken by a giant tornado. Just like how Dorothy Gale did in the original Wizard of Oz movie.
After that, the movie started to have colours for the majority of the film, it reminds me of Alice in Wonderland to which I am planning to watch it soon!
I also thought that it was going to be like

The Characters

I like how that the Wicked Witch (Theodora) was initially a good guy, but a bad guy later on thanks to her sister that is! Oz reminds me a lot of Anna and Kristoff, unless if the filmmakers combine their characters into Oz's character developments.
Article by oncameratalent posted over a year ago
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Michelle Williams, Rachel Weisz, and Mila Kunis, will all return with Franco.
Disney has officially already approved plans for a sequel film to "Oz the Great and Powerful". James Franco, Mila Kunis, Rachel Weisz, and Michelle Williams are all signed on for multiple sequels. Mitchell Kapner was contracted several months ago to write the screenplay for the next film in the Oz franchise. Aside from writing the screenplay for "Oz the Great and Powerful," Kapner wrote screenplays for the Warner Bros. Pictures feature films "The Whole Nine Yards" and "The Whole Ten Yards" both starring Bruce Willis and Matthew Perry, "Romeo Must Die" starring Jet Li, and the MGM Home Entertainment direct-to-video "Into the Blue 2: The Reef".

Although Mitchell Kapner can not use any of the iconic creative additions from the Warner Bros. owned 1939 film "The Wizard of Oz" such as the red slippers, he is free to tap into any material that is featured in L. Frank Baum’s novel "The Wonderful Wizard of Oz" or any of the fourteen Oz books, all of which are in the public domain in the United States. He is free to have Dorothy wear silver slippers, because that is the color of her slippers in the novel. George M. Hill Company published "The Wonderful Wizard of Oz," and and...