The movie version of “The Witch of Magic” has released a trailer for the opening of the magical dream world

According to foreign media reports, the first trailer for the film adaptation of “The Witch of Magic” hit Beijing time on March 7th, featuring stunning music and visuals, as well as two women, opposite and same, good and evil, and so on.

Cynthia Aliver portrays Fiba, while “A-girl” Ariana Grande plays Glinda. Jonathan Bailey takes on the role of Prince Feuero. Jeff Goblen embodies the Wizard of Oz. Boq is played by Ethan Slater, and Mrs. Molipo is represented by Yang Ziqiong.

Zhu Haowei was the director, while Winnie Holzmann, the original screenwriter, and Stephen Schwartz were the producers. The film is divided into two parts, with the first being released in North America on November 27th and the second part set to release on December 26th of the following year.

Narrates the struggles faced by two girls who are completely different from each other: Effiba, with her green-tanned skin and sharp intellect and fiery spirit, is isolated at home with family and school while she befriends Grenda—an old lady who is highly ambitious but also classical and popular—and confront variously divisive personalities and opinions; both vie for the same object of honor or desire to marry within the kingdom of wizards; all culminate in a rebellion against the corrupt government before falling back into tragedy.

Winnie Holzmann wrote the musical “The Witch of Magic,” which was released in 2003. It is a take on the 1995 novel written by Gregory Maguire, inspired by the 1900 novel “Imperial” by Lyman Frank Baum and the subsequent 1939 film of the same name. The plot is to retell the story of The Wizard of Oz from the point of view of… well, Western Witch; but it also opens before Dorothy Gale arrived in the United States for her first musical.

Discuss the friendship between Alphaba and Glinda, two completely different characters. They are both Western witches with contrasting personalities and have a great love for each other. When confronted with the wizards in Oz who rule over them all in corruption, Alphabra is declared bankrupt and famous.

The musical, co-directed by Mark Brett, Joan Brett and David Stone, was produced by Universal Stage Production. It premiered at the Gershwin Theatre on Broadway in October 2003, with Idina Manzo as Alphaba, Christine Chenoweth as Glinda (the undercover heroine), and Joel Gray as the magician. The production went on to receive ten Tony Award nominations in 2004, winning three of them, including Best Actress, among other accolades.

“The Witch” premiered worldwide thanks to the success of Broadway, with extended runs in London’s West End. The prequel also broke box office records internationally, including multiple weekly revenue records in Los Angeles, Chicago, St. Louis, and London. In 2011, 2012, 2013, 2013 and 2014-2014, Broadway achieved their highest weekly revenues, earning $3.2 million. During that year, it again earned over $1 billion, surpassing all other Broadway shows except for one.

(Meng Qing)

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