Featurette Finally Shows the Musical Side of Disney's 'Into the Woods'
by Ethan Anderton
October 23, 2014
Following yesterday's laughable reveal of Johnny Depp as The Wolf in Disney's adaptation of the Broadway musical Into the Woods, a new featurette has popped up that finally shows the melody side of the film that wasn't present in the first teaser trailer. The featurette lays out the story a little clearer as an ensemble of characters are all wishing for something, and Meryl Streep's elderly witch tells them to go into the woods to have their dreams come true. But of course, it's not that simple. Anna Kendrick, Emily Blunt, James Corden and more belt out a tune and we get to see Tracey Ullman in the film too. Watch!
Here's the featurette for Rob Marshall's Into the Woods from YouTube:
If you haven't yet, watch the teaser trailer for Disney's musical Into the Woods right here.
Into the Woods is directed by Rob Marshall (Chicago, Nine, Pirates of the Caribbean: On Stranger Tides) based on the hit Broadway musical by Stephen Sondheim & James Lapine that mashes-up classic fairy tales and revolves around a baker and his wife, to be played by James Corden and Emily Blunt. They attempt to lift a family curse by journeying into the woods to confront The Witch (Meryl Streep) who put the spell on them. Along their journey they meet classic characters including Rapunzel (Mackenzie Mauzy), Cinderella (Anna Kendrick) and her Prince (Chris Pine), Jack (Daniel Huttlestone) and Red Riding Hood (Lilla Crawford) with Johnny Depp as the Big Bad Wolf. Disney sends the film to theaters on December 25th.
Reader Feedback - 2 Comments
Dat wolf...the singing looks good though, just not from the Wolf.
DAVIDPD on Oct 23, 2014
looks so bad - i hate the overly dramatic musicals - why do they have to feel like they're being made for stupid people, mormons, children.. Musicals can be good and not feel forced and cliche' - Tenacious D Pick of Destiny, Rocky Horror, and so many more.. Disney is stuck in the 50's and 80's ...
shane willett on Oct 28, 2014
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