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If today's EW magazine covers for Disney's Into the Woods has you craving even more from this upcoming musical, then you'll certainly enjoy the 12 new photos from Entertainment Weekly that showcase the cast, including Johnny Depp (The Wolf) and Lilla Crawford (Little Red Riding Hood), The Baker (James Corden), The Baker's Wife (Emily Blunt), Jack from Jack and the Beanstalk (Daniel Huttlestone), Cinderella (Anna Kendrick), Cinderella's Prince (Chris Pine), Cinderella's stepmother (Christine Baranski) and stepsisters (Lucy Punch and Tammy Blanchard), and Meryl Streep as The Witch, along with concept artwork from the production.
Before we get to the photos, the stars themselves had plenty to say about this musical adventure, and working with director Rob Marshall.
"Rob Marshall wasn't afraid to let me take the role to a level of heightened reality, almost cartoon-like, »
Into the Woods had us talking this week because of that first glimpse at Johnny Depp, and now there are even more exciting pictures. The movie is set for a Christmas Day release, and there are official looks at the characters from the musical adaptation. Meryl Streep, Emily Blunt, Chris Pine, Anna Kendrick, and Johnny Depp have key roles, and now you can see how they've been translated to the big screen! And don't forget to watch the trailer! »
This week's Entertainment Weekly features four exclusive covers of Disney's Into the Woods.
This week's Entertainment Weekly features four exclusive covers of Disney's Into the Woods, featuring the stars in full movie garb.
The four covers are for the magazine's Holiday Movie Preview, on stands Friday, and include Johnny Depp as The Big Bad Wolf, Meryl Streep as The Witch, Emily Blunt as The Baker's Wife and Anna Kendrick with Chris Pine as Cinderella and The Prince.
Pic: Meryl Scares in Into the Woods
Kendrick took to Twitter to comment on her appearance on the cover.
"Chris Pine showers more than me and he's super smug about it," Kendrick joked.
Based on the Broadway musical, Into the Woods follows the classic tales of Cinderella, Little Red Riding Hood, Jack and the Beanstalk and Rapunzel, when a baker (James Corden) and his wife (Blunt) want to begin a family despite their interaction with a witch (Streep), who put a curse »
One batch of atmospheric stills from Stephen Sondheim musical adaptation Into The Woods has already emerged online (see lower down the page), alongside a poster and the first teaser trailer. Now here comes Entertainment Weekly with a new set of images in its latest Winter Preview issue. Riffing on the stories of the Brothers Grimm, Into The Woods is about a childless baker who attempts to lift a family curse by journeying woods-ward to confront Streep's evil harpy. Along the way they encounter classic characters like Rapunzel, Cinderella, Jack (of beanstalk notoriety) and Red Riding Hood, played by newcomer Lilla Crawford.James Corden is the Baker, with Emily Blunt as his wife, Anna Kendrick as Cinderella, Chris Pine as Cinders' handsome prince, Johnny Depp (who appears to be on a run of moustache action, between this, Mortdecai and Tusk) as the Big Bad Wolf, Mackenzie Mauzy as Rapunzel, Annette Crosbie as Grandma, »
Earlier this morning, we got our first look at Johnny Depp’s Big Bad Wolf from director Rob Marshall’s (Chicago) upcoming musical adaptation Into the Woods. It’s an interesting look to say the least, and while I figured the reason Depp was left out of the trailer was because his character would be CG-aided, it turns out he’s actually just wearing what looks like a relatively cheap Halloween costume. Indeed, Depp tells EW Marshall let him put his own spin on the character: “Rob Marshall wasn't afraid to let me take the role to a level of heightened reality, almost cartoon-like, where one second the Wolf is here, and then, boom, suddenly he's over there.” Nevertheless, the film still has promise with its fantastic ensemble and twisty premise, and some new Into the Woods images have now landed online that give some different looks at Depp’s wolf, »
- Adam Chitwood
Courtesy of Entertainment Weekly we have our very first look at Johnny Depp as ‘The Wolf’ in Into The Woods, which arrives in cinemas later this year. The image/ promo art was part of a four piece ‘Holiday Movie Preview’ collector’s edition of the publication which also gives us a look at Lilla Crawford, Meryl Streep, Mackenzie Mauzy, Anna Kendrick, Chris Pine, James Corden and Emily Blunt in the Disney film.
Into The Woods is a modern twist on 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, Little Red Riding Hood, Jack and the Beanstalk, and Rapunzel—all tied together by an original story involving a baker and his wife, their wish to begin a family and their interaction with the witch »
- Paul Heath
Entertainment Weekly has released a series of magazine covers for an upcoming issue that focuses on Disney's upcoming film Into the Woods. Each of the covers features two characters from the movie, and one of these covers gives us our first good full-frontal look at Johnny Deep as The Wolf. Up until this point, all we've seen of the character is of him hiding behind a tree. I've got to be honest… I wasn't expecting that look for the character. I wasn't expecting to see more of a wolf-like face, but this works! I'm sure all the girls that have a crush on Depp will appreciate that they can see his face.
Into the Woods is a modern twist on 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, »
- Joey Paur
Into the Woods is set to be this Christmas's big movie musical, but one of the things we've been dying to see is how Johnny Depp looks as The Wolf. When the trailer and the first set of pictures came out, there was only a glimpse of him, but finally! He's on the cover of this week's Entertainment Weekly in full Wolf regalia, and it sure is something. There are also a few other covers for the movie, so click through to get a closer look at the Broadway adaptation's stars, like Anna Kendrick and Emily Blunt. Front Page Image Source: Disney »
“I’ve been offered many witches over the years, starting when I was 40, and I said no to all of them,” Meryl Streep told Entertainment Weekly in this week’s issue of the magazine wherein “Into The Woods” graces the cover. Clearly she changed her mind for Rob Marshall’s dark adaptation of Stephen Sondheim's beloved musical. “But this was really fun because it played with the notion of what witches mean. They represented age and ugliness and scary powers we don’t understand. So here’s my opportunity to say, here’s what you wish for when you’re getting old.” Intertwining the plots of several Brothers Grimm fairy —"Little Red Riding Hood," "Jack and the Beanstalk," "Rapunzel," and "Cinderella"— the musical is about a baker and his wife, their wish to begin a family and their interaction with the witch (Streep) who has put a curse on them. »
- Edward Davis
Despite his presences of his name being heralded in all the promotional material, Into the Woods has being a relatively Johnny Depp-less affair. Now, we have the first look at his character of The Wolf on one of a series of covers brought out by EW, showing that he is quite the sharp dresser. The rest of the cast, including Emily Blunt, James Corden, Anna Kendrick, Chris Pine, and Meryl Streep (looking a lot less witchy than in the first poster), also make an appearance. Check them out below. Released Dec 25th USA / Jan 9th 2015 Ireland & UK »
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"Into the Woods" is a modern twist on 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, Little Red Riding Hood, Jack and the Beanstalk, and Rapunzel—all tied together by an original story involving a baker and his wife, their wish to begin a family and their interaction »
- Kellvin Chavez
Back in June, Disney released new photos from the upcoming musical Into the Woods that teased Johnny Depp as The Wolf, without showing his face. Today, fans finally get to see the first full look at the villainous character in one of four new Entertainment Weekly magazine covers.
Johnny Depp's The Wolf is pictured alongside Lilla Crawford's Little Red Riding Hood in the first cover, with Meryl Streep (The Witch) and Mackenzie Mauzy (Rapunzel) gracing the second cover. Anna Kendrick (Cinderella) and Chris Pine (The Prince) are showcased on the third cover, with James Corden (The Baker) and Emily Blunt (The Baker's Wife) seen on the fourth and final collectible cover.
The story centers on The Baker and his wife, who attempt to lift a dreadful Witch's curse by entering an enchanted forest filled with several classic characters. Director Rob Marshall (Chicago) reveals that, while several of these »
I clearly went for the click bait title on this one. Obviously, Johnny Depp is a big star, and he has the potential to draw in a lot of people to this film (even though lately that has not been the case). The first Into The Woods trailer (included at the bottom of this post) kept the look of Depp's Wolf a secret, only showing his hand, but now Entertainment Weekly is giving us the first full look at what the Wolf looks like, and I have to say, I am a fan. When the film was announced, I had a horrible feeling the Wolf would be just some CG thing, and actually, he is far less Wolf than he is guy in a fur suit. It is an interesting design choice, and I hope it pays off. Considering the small role the Wolf plays in the film (yes, Depp fans, »
- Mike Shutt
There are stills of Emily Blunt, James Corden, Anna Kendrick, Chris Pine and Meryl Streep in Into the Woods and we also got a few solid shots of them in the film’s trailer too, but what about Johnny Depp’s The Wolf? Depp got a title card in that trailer, but then he just hid behind a tree. Now it turns out, that was a good thing. The new edition of Entertainment Weekly puts the spotlight on Rob Marshall’s rendition of the Stephen Sondheim musical with four different collector’s covers and one of them gives us our very first look at Depp in full costume and makeup. Hit the jump to check out the Into the Woods covers for yourself. The film also stars Lilla Crawford, Mackenzie Mauzy, Daniel Huttlestone, Tracey Ullman and Christine Baranski, and is set to hit theaters on December 25th. Here’s what »
- Perri Nemiroff
The year is 2025, and once again the human race finds itself in yet another clichéd fight for survival. However, on this occasion it is the Alien's cognitive ability that threatens us most, rather than their over-powered weaponry or unforgiving size.
Combat evolved, the humans efforts are seemingly futile, with victories fewer and far between. However, highly strung propaganda and vivacious speeches from leading political figures ensure a constant recruitment drive, and none are more inspiring than Major General Cage (Tom Cruise) - a charismatic personality whose emphatic belief in the ultimate victory is somewhat infectious. It's as if Cruise is playing Cruise, because that same charismatic personality is what we've come to love and respect in regards to the veteran actor.
However, when ‘Cage’ is told he will be heading the front-line into direct combat in Paris, France, the mood changes. Until then his weapon had been words and his combat inspirational… »
Sci-fi action thriller Edge Of Tomorrow sagged at the box office, despite glowing reviews. Was its marketing to blame, Ryan wonders...
Looking back over Edge Of Tomorrow’s brief history, and it seems clear that it was a production with something of an identity crisis. Adapted from a Japanese story called All You Need Is Kill, the movie went by that name right up until the summer of 2013, when Warner Bros abruptly changed the title to Edge Of Tomorrow.
Then, when Edge Of Tomorrow got its home release a couple of weeks ago, it seemed to have been given another name change. On its DVD and Blu-ray box, the tagline Live. Die. Repeat, is far more prominent than Edge Of Tomorrow’s title - the movie’s even listed in some online marketplaces as Live Die Repeat: Edge Of Tomorrow.
It’s the latest curious development in the life of »
The new issue of Entertainment Weekly, out Friday features four exclusive covers of Into The Woods. The Disney film has an all-star cast, including Meryl Streep as The Witch, Johnny Depp as the Wolf, »
- Jazz Tangcay
Ever since Chicago ushered the movie-musical back to the big screen with panache, the song-and-dance genre has had a bumpy road in Hollywood (here’s lookin’ at you, Rock of Ages). But the man behind the 2002 Best Picture winner hopes to turn the trend around with another tuner, this time based on one of Broadway’s most beloved Stephen Sondheim musicals. Director Rob Marshall takes the reins on Disney’s Into the Woods, and he’s gathered an A-list cast and creative team to conjure up a glossy adaptation of the 1987 fairy tale fantasy that’s decidedly different from any »
- EW staff
Join the fiesty discussion going on right now in our infamous message boards where Hollywood stars, directors, execs and other honchos hide behind cyber-nicknames. Sample comments below with links to those hot threads. See more here. -Break- Amy Adams and 'Big Eye's might be a 'bust' ibbster: More bad news for Amy from Jeff Sneider. Word on the street is Big Eyes is a bust and Amy Adams will be hard-pressed to land that Oscar nomination everyone assumes she will get. A Frustrated Everything: I refuse to accept this. They like Adams too much not to nominate her in this so-so year for Best Actress. Etchie: If Amy Adams in Big Eyes knows that she's not competitive even for a nomination, why not throw support and endorse instead her Bff Emily Blunt's 1st Oscar nomination bid for Into the Woods? Adams likewise played the same Baker's Wife role Summer 2012 @ Central Park NY. »
Stanley Tucci has an addition to his family on the way!
"My wife Felicity is pregnant. She's due at some point," Stanley, who also chatted about his new cookbook, "The Tucci Table," said.
Photos: Celebrity Siblings
"We're very excited, very excited," he continued.
This will be Stanley's fourth child (he has three children with late wife Kate, who died from breast cancer in 2009) and Felicity's first.
Stanley and Felicity wed ...
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