A handful of film classics come home in new, upgraded sets, alongside yet another horror box set and a potential new animated favorite.
Warner Bros.’ 3D re-release The Wizard of Oz underscores the timelessness of great storytelling, as well as the leaps in technology that have occurred in just a few short years.
Heroes creator Tim Kring is in negotiations to bring Danielle Paige’s novel Dorothy Must Die, a revisionist take on The Wizard of Oz to The cW.
The Academy Award-winning actress is set to play the evil witch Evanorah in the Sam Raimi-directed prequel to The Wizard of Oz. The movie also stars James Franco and Mila Kunis.
Zemeckis is Warner Brothers’ choice to direct a full-scale remake of The Wizard of Oz. That’s remake, not reboot; Zemeckis’ Oz would go straight to the classic 1939 picture’s source material, going so far as to use the original film’s script for the update.