I have a distinct feeling I’m not going to enjoy Oz: The Great and Powerful. Maybe it’s just the trail of negativity from a forever production that plowed through tons of potential scripts and writers and casts, determined to make a project that absolutely did not need to be made in the first place. I mean, yes, Hollywood is currently obligated to re-imagine every single family favorite book and cartoon and old movie and fairytale these days, as original ideas scare the bejesus out of their timid executive souls. Still, the original Oz was enough, Move on.
Having said that, without this new Oz, we wouldn’t have another round of Mila Kunis at premiere sightings, as we did last night in London where the deep, dark, and sultry brunette with those eyes we want to stare into as we are doing unmentionably naughty things to all pars below shone on the red carpet. Not exactly a major skin flash, but with Mila, it’s so so easy to imagine what comes next in our boudoir seduction.
Tainted by Ashton Kutcher no doubt, but still ever so damn hot. Enjoy.
While early review of Oz: The Great and Powerful, a bit more gentle breeze than epic tornado, we turn our eyes toward what we care most about, a movie premiere that brings out the hotties, as many did last night the Hollywood debut of Oz.
While the girls were told to wear old-school frocks to keep with the theme of the film, that did not prevent co-starlets Mila Kunis and Rachel Weisz from delivering some eye catching bit of decked-outness on the kitschy Yellow Brick Road carpet last night. Throw in Maria Menounos who just shows up to Hollywood events to remind everybody how sextastic she is, and suddenly, we had a potential stinker of a film turn into an evening of must-see visuals. Hot girls make everything better. Enjoy.
The only way to redo a story that most people already know about since they were kids is to do it in the grandest way possible. At least, that seems to be what Sam Raimi is doing with Oz: The Great and Powerful with the colorful sets and awesome visuals.
The first trailer hit a couple of months ago, where Raimi used impressive effects to drive the point that we weren’t in Kansas anymore across. Throw in three sexy witches played by Mila Kunis, Rachel Weisz and Michelle Williams and you’ve got Oz in a nutshell. Read more… »