Mug Makes It Pretty Clear Which Witch Is Which In Oz The Great And Powerful

Disney have recently manufactured some appropriate confusion as to whether it’s Rachel Weisz or Mila Kunis playing The Wicked Witch of the West in Oz the Great and Powerful. I used to just give it away left right and centre, until it started being treated as a secret. Then I started deploying spoiler warnings.

Like this one. Look away now, ‘fraidy cats.

 

Here’s a mug design for sale at the Disney Store, with thanks to Ain’t It Cool for the link.

I suppose you could argue that’s not Mila Kunis but you’d be every bit as much a mug as she is.

Oz The Great and Powerful looks tremendous to me, and I’m a fan of both Sam Raimi and David Lindsay-Abaire so, frankly, March can’t roll around soon enough. Bring on the Munchkins.

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