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Oz: The Great and Powerful: Movie Review

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Sam Raimi steps outside his comfort zone for Oz: The Great and Powerful. The director alongside James Franco leads this colorful prequel to 1939's The Wizard of Oz. Based on L. Frank Baum's novels, the film is a funny, heartwarming and worthy entry into the Oz series.

Interview: Michelle Williams, Mila Kunis and Rachel Weisz on 'Oz The Great...

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This weekend, Disney unveils the highly anticipated prequel, Oz: The Great and Powerful. The film centers on Oscar Diggs (James Franco), a carnival magician who becomes the famous Wizard of Oz. Upon his arrival he meets three witches played by Michelle Williams, Mila Kunis and Rachel Weisz. ScreenCrave recently spoke to the trio at the film's Los Angeles press day...

'Oz: The Great and Powerful' Clip: James Franco Takes a Bubble Flight

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Sam Raimi's Oz: The Great and Powerful looks to be following in the tradition of a number of recent films that have tried to update classic fairy tales (or fairy tale movies) for a new generation. And moreso than the previous directors of these films, Raimi has become an old master at this point. Now there's a clip that shows how he brings new effects to a very...

'Oz The Great And Powerful' Shows Off Main Characters In New Posters

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Fantasy prequels are definitely making it's rounds this year. Between the continuation of the trilogy The Hobbit and Disney's re-imagining of the world of Oz in Oz the Great and Powerful, there's plenty of make-believe movie wonder to go around. As we edge closer towards the film's release, we're treated to a couple of brand new character posters that show...

Comic-Con 2012: Michelle Williams Teases 'Dawson's Creek' Reunion

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Like her buddy Joshua Jackson, Michelle Williams is totally up for a Dawson's Creek reunion. Today, during the press conference for Oz: The Great and Powerful at Comic-Con, Williams was asked if she'd be willing to reunite with her former castmates and she gave us a definite yes!

Tribeca Film Fest 2012: Take This Waltz – Movie Review

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Talk This Waltz is one of those films that is on the verge of being an indie darling and it's easy to see why it's found its place at Tribeca Film Fest. It's a film quite obviously made by experiences and talented artists all around and has the potential to be great. Michelle Williams, gives another stunning performance, Sarah Silverman gives...

Robert Rodriguez Officially Starting Production On 'Sin City 2,' Wants Mel...

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A sequel to 2005’s Sin City has been rumored and in discussion for so long it’s become a kind of urban legend—the kind of thing that people always talk about (especially director Robert Rodriquez and Sin City creator Frank Miller), but everyone knows would never really happen.  Well, that appears to no longer be the case, as Dimension Films has sent out an official...

My Week with Marilyn: Movie Review

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Marilyn Monroe is back in theaters again, this time played by the lovely and brave Michelle Williams, who much like Monroe always seems to be up for pushing herself and taking on a challenge. My Week with Marilyn is not your typical Monroe bio-film, though they throw in a few homages to her iconic dance numbers and songs, this film is really about pulling back the...

News Roundup: John Waters, My Week With Marilyn, J. Edgar and More

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There was a lot of entertainment news this week, from the cancellation of "The Playboy Club" to the unfortunate death of our era's Edison, Steve Jobs. So, we've compiled a list of news bits for you to catch up. The American Cinematheque in Los Angeles will open their doors to John Lithgow and John Waters this coming week. They'll both get their own night to talk about their experiences in...

Michelle Williams in Meek's Cutoff Movie Trailer

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Among her amazing performance in the Oscar nominated feature Blue Valentine, Michelle Williams somehow managed to sneak in a period piece. The busy actress appears in a drama set in the middle of nowhere that pits a family against the elements and savages. It's a complete change of pace from what we've seen Williams tackle in the past. Check out the trailer...

Natalie Portman, Michelle Williams, Scarlett Johansson Rumored for The...

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Hollywood is rounding up the usual suspects for the female lead in the upcoming big screen adaptation of The Great Gatsby, the film based on the classic novel of the same name written by F. Scott Fitzgerald from 1925. According to Deadline, a who's who of actresses have been named as serious contenders for the part including Natalie Portman, Scarlett...

Blue Valentine Gets NC-17 Rating and a Trailer

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Earlier this morning it was reported (via Deadline) that the MPAA had given the indie drama Blue Valentine an NC-17 rating. This pretty much ensures that this critically acclaimed Oscar contender won't receive a wide opening and won't be seen by the general public. If we've learned anything from the Hatchet II scandal, it's that theater...

First Photo: Michelle Williams as Marilyn Monroe in My Week with Marilyn

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The Weinstein Company and Trademark Films have released the first official photo of Michelle Williams as Marilyn Monroe. The actress plays the blond bombshell in the film, My Week With Marilyn. A couple weeks ago we learned that Harry Potter star Emma Watson had signed on for a small supporting role in the movie that's directed by...

Emma Watson Cast in My Week With Marilyn

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Emma Watson is wasting no time with her post-Harry Potter career. The 20 year old is currently enrolled in Brown University and is still acting on the side. The latest film to catch her eye is entitled My Week with Marilyn. It's directed by Simon Curtis, and is a period piece that...

Shutter Island: Movie Review

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After his long awaited Oscar win 3 years ago, Martin Scorsese is back behind the camera in his fourth collaboration with his muse Leonardo DiCaprio with Shutter Island. The film was moved back from its original October 2009 release date, due to various marketing strategies and Leo not being able to do any press tours as he was filming Christopher Nolan’s new...

Sundance 2010: Blue Valetine - Beware its Brilliance

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***Update: Check out interview with the director Derek Cianfrance*** When everyone told me that Blue Valentine was "great but depressing" I automatically expected someone to be raped, murdered, tortured, something... I never expected to see such a simple and yet honest portrayal of a broken relationship. Whether you're a man or a woman, if you have ever loved and...

First Look at Martin Scorsese's Shutter Island

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Martin Scorsese and Leonardo DiCaprio have a thing for one another. This is their fourth film together, and this time Michelle Williams and Mark Ruffalo will be joining the duo for a new type of Scorsese film. As you can tell from the shot below, this is a much more warmly lit set set then what we're used to from the Director. Mark Ruffalo, who plays a US marshal said, "This could be one...