Full Oz The Great And Powerful Triptych Poster Is Revealed

By Eric Eisenberg 2012-11-13 13:34:34discussion comments
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The Oz The Great And Powerful triptych has been completed.

Walt Disney Pictures sent out the first piece of the puzzle on Halloween, revealing our first really good look at the Wicked Witch of the West (who was accompanied by a pretty scary looking tree). A little over a week later the next third was revealed, and that one was a bit more chaotic - showcasing all kinds of strange creatures, including the flying monkeys. But today the middle poster has finally arrived to complete the image, and it looks pretty damn good all put together.

First, let's check out the middle piece, shall we? Unlike the other two, this one actually shows off the awesome cast of the movie, putting James Franco, Mila Kunis, Rachel Weisz and Michelle Williams front and center. But fans of The Wizard of Oz will notice multiple hints back to the last film, including the famous yellow brick road, the Emerald City, and a tornado (just like the one that brought Dorothy to the Marvelous Land). Scope it out below:



But now on to the main event. Below you can find the entire triptych stitched together. Sadly it's kind of a big image, but if you want to see it in super high-res you can click on the image - which will take you to Yahoo, which premiered it. Give it a look!



Directed by Sam Raimi, Oz The Great And Powerful tells the story of a con-man named Oscar Diggs (Franco) who winds up in the land of Oz and convinces everyone that he is a great wizard. While he's seen as a great hero and welcomed as royalty, the three witches Theodora (Mila Kunis), Evanora (Rachel Weisz), and Glinda (Michelle Williams) are a bit more skeptical. The movie will be in theaters on March 8, 2013 and to see more please head over to our Blend Film Database.
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