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On this film’s unusual ways of putting CG characters into live performance, on the wonderfully convincing simulation work, on Sam Raimi and, yes, on 3D.
This is my favourite opening animated credits since… actually, since Spider-Man 2. Sam Raimi has had some wonderful collaborators.
Why there won’t be a Dorothy in the next Disney Oz movie.
The Bleeding Cool Movie Podcast – Robot And Frank, Sam Raimi, Blu-Ray Importing, The Tall Man And More
As well as the chatter between Jason and myself you’ll also be able to hear some of my interview with Sam Raimi.
The stats are in and it’s official: Oz The Great and Powerful is a smash hit. I expect it’s really rather likely that Disney will push their sequel plans all the way to fruition but when they do, will they still have director Sam Raimi on side?
I sat down with Sam Raimi last weekend to go through everything he learned while making Oz the Great and Powerful.
I haven’t made a secret of my affection for Sam Raimi’s Oz The Great and Powerful. I saw the film for the second time tonight and I’m certainly not done with it yet. And neither, it seems, are Disney…
Straight from the horse’s mouth.
Bleeding Cool Movie Podcast – Oz The Great And Powerful, Stoker, Twisty Plots, Stop Motion, Sleep Tight And More
Including Hansel and Gretel: Witch Hunters, Safe Haven, Frankenweenie and more.
With just over a week to go, Disney have issued one final trailer for Oz the Great and Powerful. I saw the film tonight…
A second Iron Man 3 trailer has been readied and it’s rather spectacular. What new twists can you expect to discover?
It’s beginning to be a thing Franco, this monkey business.
I’m not sure these can be considered a spoiler for reasons I can explain, but let’s have a look at them anyway.
James Franco has a guilty conscience and Rachel Weisz and Mila Kunis share a tense, witchy exchange.
This magic bubble transit system looks almost as cool as a monorail.
This film has lots of ingredients I like – including that lush colour design.
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.
Rachel Weisz vs. Mila Kunis vs. the artist’s impression.