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Watch: Bubbles & Fireballs In 2 New Clips From 'Oz The Great And Powerful'

Photo of Kevin Jagernauth By Kevin Jagernauth | The Playlist February 21, 2013 at 4:19PM

Are you ready to go back down the yellow brick road? Sam Raimi's prequel "Oz The Great And Powerful" is on the way, but it's a brand-new story from the magical land, with a new cast of characters having some adventures and trying to ensure that everyone has a happy ending. It's an ambitious project, and two more clips have arrived to tease what you'll encounter in merry old Oz.
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Oz The Great And Powerful Rachel Weisz Mila Kunis

Are you ready to go back down the yellow brick road? Sam Raimi's prequel "Oz The Great And Powerful" is on the way, but it's a brand-new story from the magical land, with a new cast of characters having some adventures and trying to ensure that everyone has a happy ending. It's an ambitious project, and two more clips have arrived to tease what you'll encounter in merry old Oz.

To be fair, they aren't bracingly fresh, more or less adding to the scenes that made their way online a couple of days ago. In the first, we see magican/wizard James Franco travel by bubble, led by Glinda, played by Michelle Williams. We've seen the movie, and while we can't say much about it yet, we will offer up that the visual effects are pretty great. And while an online video doesn't really do it justice, the colors and world of Oz really pop on the big screen. Next up, we see witches and sisters Evanora and Theodora (Rachel Weisz and Mila Kunis) as they debate whether or not the newly arrived wizard is the real deal.

Take a look below, wave you magic wand and check out the movie when it lands on March 8th.

This article is related to: Oz The Great And Powerful, Mila Kunis, James Franco, Michelle Williams, Rachel Weisz


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