exit John M Chu Reveal first look at Cynthia Erivo Like Elphaba e Ariana Grande As Glinda in the movie version of evil. “You are not told the whole story. What happens when you leave the yellow brick path? First look at #WickedMovie… currently in production on Oz,” This is the caption Cho chose to accompany the first photos of the cast in the Broadway musical adaptation.
In the very dark visuals, Erivo wears her character’s signature witch hat and broom, while blonde Grande wears a gorgeous pink dress as she climbs the ladder, also symbolic of Glinda’s witch.
Wicked – Part 1 Based on the acclaimed Broadway musical, which in turn is based on Gregory Maguire’s 1995 novel Wicked: The Life and Times of the Wicked Witch of the Westwhich itself is based on the 1900 classic L. Frank Baum The Wonderful Wizard of Oz and the 1939 movie The Wizard of Oz. Wicked – Part 1 It tells the story of two friends, Elphaba and Glinda, who struggle to maintain their friendship while growing apart. The story serves as a prequel to D.I The Wizard of Oz but the plot also contains events after the arrival of Dorothy in oz. Wicked – Part 2 should instead arrive the following year, or 2025.
Produced by the movie Mark Platt Through Marc Platt’s production company based at Universal. Senior Vice President of Manufacturing, Eric Byers and Vice President of Manufacturing Development, Lexi Barta will oversee the project on behalf of the company Universal Pictures. musical theatre evil Three-time Tony Award winner and adaptation of Gregory Maguire’s best-selling novel by book writer Winnie Holzman, three-time Academy Award-winning author and poet Stephen Schwartz. Holzman and Schwartz are currently collaborating on the film as screenwriters.
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