Suddenly it seems as though Sam Raimi’s Oz, The Great And Powerful has become one of the hottest properties in Hollywood, in more ways than one. By which we mean it’s both talked-about and it has attractive women in it, a comely ensemble that now includes Michelle Williams putting her pixieish qualities to good use as Glinda The Good Witch, the blonde rival to the previously reported brunette coven of Rachel Weisz and Mila Kunis as the Wicked Witches of the East and West sides, respectively. And of course, James Franco will be the charismatic charlatan caught in the middle of this occult orgy when he blows into town and finds himself romantically entangled with one or more of them. Now they just need to find some Munchkins with tiny, enviable cheekbones.

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