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Disney just unveiled the official trailer for it's upcoming "Into the Woods" movie, giving us a look at Anna Kendrick as Cinderella, Chris Pine as Prince Charming and many others. Check it out below. Plot: The humorous and heartfelt musical follows the classic tales of Cinderella (Kendrick), Little Red Riding Hood (Lilla Crawford), Jack (Daniel Huttlestone) and the Beanstalk, and Rapunzel (MacKenzie Mauzy) . all tied together by an original story involving a baker (James Corden) and his wife (Emily Blunt), their wish to begin a family and their interaction with the witch (Meryl Streep) who has put a curse on them. The new movie is directed by Rob Marshall (Chicago, Pirates of the Caribbean: On Stranger Tides) and co-stars Johnny Depp as The Wolf. It's set to hit theaters on December 25th, 2014. Trailer: »
The big screen take on Broadway hit Into The Woods is coming. Here's the first trailer for it...
Taking the fairy tales of the Brothers Grimm for its core, Into The Woods is a movie take on the hit Broadway show. It's being brought to the big screen by Chicago and Pirates Of The Caribbean: On Stranger Tides director Rob Marshall. And the cast for the movie is impressive. Meryl Streep, Emily Blunt, James Corden, Anna Kendrick, Chris Pine and Johnny Depp lead the ensemble. Plus, any film that finds a good role for Christine Baranski is doing something right in our book.
The film is due in cinemas at Christmas, and Disney has unleashed the first trailer for it here. Take a mooch, and see what you make of this...
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Merry Christmas! Or it will be when the anticipated feature adaptation of the Stephen Sondheim musical Into the Woods hits theaters on Dec. 25 in a blaze of Rob Marshall-directed musical glory starring Meryl Streep, Emily Blunt, Anna Kendrick and Johnny Depp. James Lapine, who wrote the book for the Tony-winning Broadway show, also wrote the screenplay. But for those who were hoping for a taste of the Sondheim songs being tackled by the supremely talented cast...sorry, the first teaser trailer for the film, released Thursday, contains no singing. Instead, the 1-minute, 48-second teaser sets up the basic frame of the story, which encompasses a number of familiar fairy-tale faces and tropes »
Taylor Swift is famous for pouring her feelings into her music, but the singer-who-wears-her-heart-on-her-sleeve had to set her emotions aside for her latest movie role. The 24-year-old pop star plays a woman with no emotions in the upcoming flick The Giver, in which she appears alongside an all-star cast that includes Meryl Streep, Katie Holmes, Alexander Skarsgård and Jeff Bridges. And considering we're used to a candid Swift who isn't afraid to be open with her fans, the part was definitely a challenge for the "I Knew You Were Trouble" singer. "To me emotion is such an important part of my life, and now I guess my job," Swift said during a recent interview with Entertainment »
Disney's live-action adaptation of the stage musical Into the Woods is coming this Christmas, and now you can watch the first trailer for the movie! Anna Kendrick is starring as Cinderella and Meryl Streep is playing The Witch, and they're the characters we get to see the most of in this first teaser (don't hold your breath for a better glimpse of Johnny Depp as The Wolf just yet). Though this first look isn't superlong, it is exciting; the cinematography and visuals are breathtaking, and Cinderella's utterance of wanting to end the curse (and the Witch's response to it) are chilling in the best way. Watch the trailer, and if you need more, take a peek at all the latest pictures! Front Page Image Source: Disney »
The first trailer for Into The Woods has landed via the youtube page for Disney Austrailia of all places. Based on the Stephen Sondheim award winning musical, the big screen version looks to have some fantastic visuals and Meryl Streep, from what we see in the trailer below, looks to be having an absolute blast. Johnny Depp fans though will have to hang on for another trailer as you don’t really see him here. Overall it’s got a great cast (Anna Kendrick, Emily Blunt and plenty more), great visuals and with an award winning musical providing inspiration, what can go wrong? Released Dec 25th USA / Jan 9th 2015 Ireland & UK »
- firstname.lastname@example.org (Vic Barry)
On Wednesday evening, The Weinstein Company and Lexus hosted the Los Angeles premiere of their 2nd Annual Lexus Short Film Series ‘Life Is Amazing’.
Those in attendance included Harvey Weinstein, Kristen Bell, Allison Janney, Ted Danson and many others. TWC and Lexus challenged two rising filmmakers to interpret “Life is Amazing” through short film. The result were Market Hours (directed by Jon Goldman) and Operation Barn Owl (directed by Satsuki Okawa).
In Market Hours, Randall spends his days imagining the vibrant inner lives of various vendors at the multicultural urban market where he works; none more so than Angela, an angel with her own pastry shop. But Randall’s inattention to his work has led to a string of thefts and soon threatens to cost him his job. A chance encounter with a beautiful starlet and her lapdog provides Randall not only an opportunity to break the ice with Angela, »
- Melissa Thompson
The cast of “Hair” was unfazed by the boiling temperatures inside the Hollywood United Methodist Church when they previewed three numbers they'll be performing live before audiences at the Hollywood Bowl, starting this Friday. TheWrap was on hand as cast members Kristen Bell, Sarah Hyland, Hunter Parrish, Benjamin Walker and “Glee” stars Amber Riley and Jenna Ushkowitz sang the musical's titular song “Hair,” pop hit “Good Morning, Starshine” and the racially charged “White Boys / Black Boys.” (See the video above.) See video: ‘Into the Woods’ First Teaser Trailer Shows Meryl Streep's Witchy Side “Hair” follows a “tribe” of politically active young. »
- Linda Ge
Into The Woods is one of our early picks for next year’s Oscar race. Yes, we based this solely on Meryl Streep‘s witchy hair, Rob Marshall‘s first film, and the fact that Stephen Sondheim‘s musical is humorous, haunting, and increasingly affecting with each viewing.
Despite being a story focused around beloved fairy tale characters, it is not necessarily a show for kids. On the heels of the first official photos hitting the Internet this week, an early trailer was released today. And while there’s no singing to be heard — even though this is a musical— there’s plenty of quick judgments to make around its stars. Chris Pine knows how to fill out a prince’s suit, Emily Blunt‘s Baker’s Wife shares the same frazzled look as Runway senior assistant Emily, and Meryl’s fierceness shines through despite the warts, wrinkles, and an overwhelming amount of grey hair. »
- Emily Exton
Rob Marshall (Chicago) leads an all-star cast that includes Streep, Johnny Depp, Chris Pine, Anna Kendrick, Emily Blunt, James Corden, Tracey Ullman, and Christine Barnaski in the production adapted from Stephen Sondheim and James Lepine’s musical theatre creation.
The musical focuses on The Witch (Streep) and her desire to teach various fairytale characters including Little Red Riding Hood, Cinderella, and Jack (he of beanstalk fame) a lesson as the interconnected characters embark on a expedition into the woods.
The film won’t hit theaters until Christmas Day, but you can get your first look at the film’s mega cast now…sorta. You’ll get a good glimpse of everyone dressed in their fairytale counterparts like Chris Pine as Prince Charming, »
- Rachel West
Disney unveils its first trailer for Rob Marshall's adaptation of the Broadway musical "Into the Woods." Stephen Sondheim and James Lapine weave together several well-known fairy tales and explore the after of "happily ever after." The film will be released in the U.S. on Christmas Day and stars Emily Blunt, James Corden, Johnny Depp, Anna Kendrick, Chris Pine, and Meryl Streep. Thompson on Hollywood. -Break- Follow Gold Derby on Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, Tumblr, iTunes and YouTube Will the upcoming film "Birdman" finally be Michael Keaton's ticket to a first Oscar nomination? The first full-length trailer of the Alejandro Gonzalez Inarritu movie is now online in advance of its Venice Film Festival debut next month. It will also be the closing night feature of trhe New York Film Festival. It opens nationwide on October 17 and also stars Edward Norton, Emma Stone, and Naomi Watts. Huffington Post »
We brought you the first official images of Into The Woods yesterday, but Disney decided to up themselves and release a full trailer as well!
While it has no singing in the trailer, we do get the feel and direction that Rob Marshall is going for. In the trailer we also get a good look at Meryl Streep, Emily Blunt, James Corden, Anna Kendrick and Chris Pine in action but going with the theme of the images from yesterday, only a tease look at Johnny Depp as The Wolf (boo!)
Into The Woods, adapted from the musical of the same name by James Lapine and Stephen Sondheim, follows the stories of popular Brother’s Grimm characters like Cinderella (Kendrick), Little Red Riding Hood (Lilla Crawford), Jack and the Beanstalk (Daniel Huttlestone), and Rapunzel (MacKenzie Mauzy)— all tied together by an original story involving a baker and his wife (Corden & Blunt »
- Lucy Cave
Into The Woods is a modern twist on several of the beloved Brothers Grimm fairy tales, intertwining the plots of a few choice stories and exploring the consequences of the characters’ wishes and quests.
This humorous and heartfelt musical follows the classic tales of Cinderella (Anna Kendrick), Little Red Riding Hood (Lilla Crawford), Jack and the Beanstalk (Daniel Huttlestone), and Rapunzel (MacKenzie Mauzy)—all tied together by an original story involving a baker and his wife (James Corden & Emily Blunt), their wish to begin a family and their interaction with the witch (Meryl Streep) who has put a curse on them.
Rob Marshall, the acclaimed filmmaker behind »
- Melissa Thompson
Behold the five Oscar-nominated Supporting Actresses of 1973: a "bitchin' babe" (Candy Clark), a pint-sized con-artist (Tatum O'Neal), a possessed teenager (Linda Blair), a selfish carnival dancer (Madeline Kahn), and a vinegary New York institution (Sylvia Sidney).
Last month's featured year, 1964, gave us an extremely senior acting shortlist of Oscar regulars but the corresponding shortlist of 1973, apart from Sylvia Sidney who had been a respected working actress for nearly a half-century, skewed very new and very young and not just because it gave us the youngest Oscar winner of all time in Tatum O'Neal; she was 10 years and 148 days old. The four actresses nominated with Sidney were in their first flush of stardom and only acting in their first (O'Neal) second (Kahn & Clark) or third films (Blair). The Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences obviously approved of their career choice.
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Disney has released the first full trailer for its musical adaptation Into the Woods.
The footage is filled with stars and recognisable fairy tale images, but has no singing.
Cast members appearing in the trailer include Anna Kendrick as Cinderella, Chris Pine as her prince, Meryl Streep as a witch, and James Corden and Emily Blunt as the cursed, childless Baker and his wife.
Johnny Depp's Wolf is also glimpsed briefly.
Sondheim recently caused controversy when he claimed that Disney had censored any adult content from the adaptation, although he later clarified that he thinks the movie version is "first rate".
Disney released a number of new images from Into the Woods earlier this week.
Into the Woods opens on December 25 in »
Not much has been released about Into The Woods until a set of photos yesterday. Today we now have a trailer that gives us a tease of the movie. Into The Woods is a musical but we don't have any singing in this first trailer, sadly. The movie stars Meryl Streep, Emily Blunt, James Corden, Anna Kendrick, Chris Pine, and Johnny Depp. The story is several classic fairy tales all connected together by a baker and his wife.
Into The Woods will hit theaters December 25th (USA). »
- Free Reyes
Musical theaters nerds, our wishes have been granted: the first trailer for Rob Marshall's adaptation of "Into the Woods" is here, and it definitely makes us wish for more. An adaptation of Stephen Sondheim and James Lapine's beloved 1986 musical--which weaves together the stories of several well-known fairy tales and explores what happens after 'happily ever after'--has been in the making for decades. Disney's to thank for getting the project over the finish line, tapping Marshall to direct, Lapine to pen the script and Sondheim to write a new song. (Although, as we've noted, some very big plot changes have been made at the Mouse House's behest.) The film's first trailer shows off its stellar cast: Anna Kendrick, Emily Blunt, James Corden, Chris Pine, Johnny Depp and, most importantly, Meryl Streep, in what looks like it's going to be a knockout performance as the unnamed Witch. When she croaks »
- Jacob Combs
Disney's upcoming live-action musical film (featuring a ridiculous amount of awesome people), now has it's very first trailer, and you can come check it out and see for yourself if this is something you want to see when it releases.
I've never been a big fan of musicals, personally. Nothing about them have ever really appealed to me, but I can get behind just about any movie with a good story behind it. Let's hope that's the case with Into the Woods!
“Into the Woods” is a modern twist on several of the beloved Brothers Grimm fairy tales, intertwining the plots of a few choice stories and exploring the consequences of the characters’ wishes and quests. This humorous and heartfelt musical follows the classic tales of Cinderella (Anna Kendrick), Little Red Riding Hood (Lilla Crawford), Jack and the Beanstalk (Daniel Huttlestone), and Rapunzel (MacKenzie Mauzy)—all tied together by an »
- email@example.com (Jordan Maison)
The movie gods have given us a lot to be thankful for this week, as studios release movie trailer after movie trailer in the wake of Comic-Con.First we got "The Hunger Games: Mockingjay -- Part 1," followed by "Mad Max: Fury Road" ... and now, we can add three more to the mix!First glimpses at Disney's big-screen adaptation of the Broadway musical "Into the Woods" dropped this morning, along with Nickelodeon's "The SpongeBob Movie: Sponge Out of Water" and the newly-released look at Chris Nolan's "Interstellar."First up: "Into the Woods."Starring Meryl Streep, Anna Kendrick, Chris Pine, Emily Blunt and Johnny Depp, the musical pulls together several classic Brothers Grimm fairy tale characters, including the Little Red Riding Hood, Rapunzel, The Witch and the Big Bad Wolf.While we don't hear any singing in the trailer, the Rob Marshall-directed flick looks gorgeous -- and we can't »
- tooFab Staff
Disney has finally offered up something to tease Rob Marshall's upcoming adaptation of "Into the Woods" beyond that ubiquitous Meryl Streep still, and that's definitely the word here: "tease." By the time Johnny Depp's title card flashes on screen, all you get is the wolf's arm slithering past a tree. No music, no singing, just a handful of iconic reminders of what characters come together for this story. It'll do the trick for now, and really, there might not be a whole lot in the way of finished material to show. The film is reportedly in the midst of an entire month of reshoots now and the music/mixing stage is certainly a ways off, too. And hey, there's time: it's only July. Stephen Sondheim recently made waves when he commented, with apparent annoyance, on some changes that had been made in the story's translation from stage to screen. »
- Kristopher Tapley
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