While Tyler Perry's new movie does just okay.
It's definitely one of the best parts of the movie.
Meanwhile, Jack the Giant Slayer slinks into fourth place at the box office.
The movie brought in $80.3 million.
Flat, awkward, feckless, callow, odd, lumpy, and other fun adjectives.
Comparing a lovely, enchanted place to the most grotesque prison imaginable.
Little Dorothy Gale didn't take just one trip to Oz, so why should we?
James Franco is generally unconvincing as the title character in this 3-D prequel.
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Writer Mitchell Kapner will return.
Over the years, both book and movie have fueled a number of elaborate theories as to the story’s deeper meanings.
It's a quiz!
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Raimi discusses his take on the World of Warcraft movie and the Spider-Man sequel that never was.
"Let me just give you answers that I know you're gonna ask."
The earnest, rational, slightly unknowable Weisz gets to be a bad girl again in Oz the Great and Powerful.
Last Night on Late Night: Stephen Colbert and Jimmy Fallon Cemented New Friendship Status With a Duet
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Full track to drop on Tuesday.
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Six shouted their loudest to be heard over the game.
And you were there, James Franco. And you were there, Mila Kunis. And you were there, Michelle Williams.
Starring James Franco and Mila Kunis.