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‘Into the Woods’ Review: Meryl Streep, Emily Blunt Shine in Sondheim’s Storybook Musical The stage musical “Into the Woods” delightfully reminded audiences that while happy endings are possible, you should always be careful about what you’ve wished for. Now comes the movie version, and it’s a singing and dancing manifestation of both of those ideas. Fans of the show finally get to see Stephen Sondheim and James Lapine’s wonderful fable brought to the big screen with the great score (mostly) intact and performed by a (mostly) perfect cast.

Watch: Emily Blunt And James Corden Don't Like Meryl Streep In New Clip From 'Into The Woods' Disney's "Into The Woods" has started screening for critics, so it's only a matter of time until reviews start rolling in. Until then, the mouse house has been sharing new peeks at the movie, with a generous cut of Meryl Streep singing appearing last week. So what happens when the songs stop? Well, you're about to find out. A new clip from the Stephen Sondheim adaptation has arrived, involving the baker and his wife, played by James Corden and Emily Blunt.

First Clip From Disney's INTO THE WOODS Features Emily Blunt & Meryl Streep The first clip from Disney's Into The Woods begins with the Baker, played by James Corden ("The Three Musketeers"), having an argument with his wife, who is played by Emily Blunt ("Edge of Tomorrow"), about the whereabout of a cow. Suddenly the Witch, portrayed by Meryl Streep ("The Devil Wears Prada"), shows up and threatens the childless couple.

Into The Woods Trailer Released By Disney Disney has released the trailer for their upcoming musical Into The Woods. The film stars Meryl Streep, Johnny Depp, Chris Pine, Emily Blunt, Anna Kendrick and James Cordon. “Into the Woods” is a modern twist on the beloved Brothers Grimm fairy tales, intertwining the plots of a few choice stories and exploring the consequences of the characters’ wishes and quests.

Extended INTO THE WOODS Featurette Provides Plenty of New Footage from the Upcoming Musical Following yesterday's EW covers and new images, Disney has now released an extended featurette for Rob Marshall's adaptation of Stephen Sondheim's classic musical Into the Woods.  The Disney production stars James Corden and Emily Blunt as a Baker and his wife who venture into the woods to confront the witch (Meryl Streep) responsible for putting a curse on the childless couple.  Along the way, they run into a number of familiar fairy tale characters, all of whom have wishes to change their lives.  While I'll admit that Johnny Depp's costume and makeup for the Big Bad Wolf continue to plunge t

The first teaser trailer has arrived for Disney’s fairytale extravaganza, Into The Woods, starring Meryl Streep as a wicked witch who has cursed poor James Corden and Emily Blunt. Having been denied the opportunity to start a family by Streep’s curse, the film follows the couple as they find themselves encountering a host of famous faces from some of the classic fairytales.

Film School Rejects conducted a rather interesting interview with Edge of Tomorrow' screenwriter Christopher McQuarrie ("Jack Reacher"). In it, the Oscar-winning scribe is asked about two topics that people had the most issues with: excessive exposition and the film's ending. McQuarrie admits that he had to sell director Doug Liman on some of the exposition-heavy scenes. Specifically, when Emily Blunt's character explains the rules to Tom Cruise's Cage. As for the ending, people have voiced their displeasure with how the film concluded. Spoilers! Spoilers!

New in Theaters: 'Edge of Tomorrow,' 'The Fault in Our Stars'

8:37 PM 6/6/2014 by Logan Falk
Edge of Tomorrow
This is going to be a good weekend for moviegoers—the two films arriving in theaters today have received a great deal of positive feedback from critics, and are different enough to offer something for just about everybody, including those who are choosy in terms of film quality (how many weekends can you say that about?).

Review: The Edge of Tomorrow (And The Middle of Tom Cruise)

10:33 PM 6/4/2014 by Sara Vizcarrondo
Edge of Tomorrow uses Tom Cruise to cleverly riff on the 'universal soldier,' resulting in a movie that’s more exciting than Oblivion but not as funny as Groundhog’s Day. Based on the Hiroshi Sakurazaka novel “All You Need is Kill,” the film takes place after an alien invasion has begun expediently dispatching the earth’s population.


Rumor: Emily Blunt is up for a role in Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice

joblo.com – Emily Blunt showed her badass side in Rian Johnson's LOOPER but this weekend's EDGE OF TOMORROW looks to cement her as a talented actress who can also hold her own in an action movie. And, if rumors pan out, she may be once again poised for a role in a superhero movie.

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