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Before Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt star Tituss Burgess was singing "Pinot Noir," he starred as the Witch from Stephen Sondheim's Into the Woods. Burgess reprised his role (briefly) for Sondheim's birthday celebration. Just try and watch this clip without weeping.
Composer Stephen Sondheim wrote a brand spankin' new song for the Into The Woods movie debut. It was titled "She'll Be Back," and it was for Meryl Streep's character — and it was also cut. But they've released the clip and now you can hear new Sondheim.
Into the Woods had a powerhouse cast and a gorgeous sound. But there's still something missing in this musical: the death of a certain character. And it nearly kills the movie. Spoilers ahead.
Rob Marshall's Disney adaptation of Steven Sondheim's Into The Woods succeeds in so many things, but fails in the most important part: the heart.
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The very best part of Into The Woods is the super fast, sing-song exposition of the ensemble cast. This work is truly at its best when all the cast is crooning and joking together, and these new clips show it.
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If you're still freaking out about Disney's adaptation of the classic musical Into The Woods, take a listen to Anna Kendrick's Cinderella tune "On the Steps of the Palace." It should help ease your fears.
The lynchpin for the Into The Woods musical is the Witch. Thankfully, Disney cast legendary actress Meryl Streep in the role, but it's hard to imagine the lovely Street as this strange, bedraggled character. Well, hard until now. Watch!
If you had any doubts about Meryl Streep taking on Into The Wood'scoveted part of the Witch, check them at the door. This is the first long clip of Streep singing the highly emotional "Stay With Me" from the movie adaptation. And it's just great.
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Abandon all hope, all ye who enter here. This is the first look at Disney's Into the Woods Big Bad Wolf, and that is definitely Johnny Depp in a zoot suit with wolf ears. YIKES. Everyone else looks great, though.
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One consistent thing about Disney's Into the Woods musical movie adaptation is the news coming out of this picture is inconsistent and troubling as all hell. First they cut the best song from the original musical, then they claimed they didn't, and now news is hitting that the brand-new Stephen Sondheim song penned…
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Dammit, this movie adaptation of Into The Woods makes us nervous. Here is the first-ever footage from the Disney film which is very, very big and grand and movie-like, but not at all like a musical—because there's no singing in it.
We're still not super sold on Disney's Into the Woods movie adaptation, especially after the tragic news about all the massive cuts the movie sustained. But the Baker and the Baker's wife both look great. What do you think?
Bad news, Into The Woods fans: one of the best songs from the entire musical has been scrapped because sex. Here's hoping you weren't excited about Emily Blunt and Chris Pine singing "Any Moment," because it's gone. Also Rapunzel doesn't die.