Broadway Global takes you deep Into The Woods with the breaking new movie trailer that has Sondheim fans stunned. Stephen Sondheim fans are tweeting big time for the most anticipated movie musical made to date, Into The Woods! Rob Marshall has taken a dark trail Into The Woods, toward Tim Burton’s style of work. Those who loved Johnny Depp in past movies like; Sweeney Todd: The Demon Barber of Fleet Street, Alice in Wonderland, Charlie and the Chocolate Factory are going to embrace the Tim Burton and Johnny Depp style of magic! Disney’s Into The Woods has shocked the paints of Mickey and friends, but don’t worry we are pretty certain you will see Sondheim’s Into The Woods film version marketed through new shows and trinkets as Disney parks around the globe, in the near future. The mouse will be laughing all the way to the bank, even if he has to walk Into The Woods to get there!
Rob Marshall’s 2002 Academy Award for Best Picture Chicago made his mark as a director/choreographer. Marshall can take Broadway musicals and bring them to life on film, with award winning accolades. His Victor/Victoria won an Emmy for choreography, but Nine settled for a Satellite Award nomination for Best Director. The Broadway style choreography in Annie wont be found in Into The Woods, as Sondheim built this musical just around intricate melodic vocals, with no choreography needed to take you deep Into The Woods. “Rob Marshall may not agree that he has embraced a Tim Burton style of direction, but the production clips are best described using Burton’s style of films. No matter how you look at them, Into The Woods is going to be epic for movie musicals.” Broadway Global.
The real shocker is the Witch played by Meryl Streep who with her amazing talents could barley pull off Mamma Mia. The new Into The Woods movie trailer has movie lovers all a buzz. A combination of the most embraced fairy tales Into The Woods incorporates the epic tales with a fresh new take. Maybe an Into The Woods curse is the fun global arts lovers have been waiting for this Holiday Season. Into The Woods is a musical dramedy film loaded with fairy tales gone wild! How far will these fairy tale characters push themselves it to find fulfillment? The dramedy is interwoven with deep messages and comedic moments that make this movie and musical Sondheim’s best. “Rob Marshall has captured the heightened reality through an epic size orchestra. Stephen Sondhiem is the most legendary Broadway composer of our time. Maybe he shouldn’t have strayed from the path. Careful the things you wish for, because the repercussions are much more than dangerous, or so we will see at the box office! Into The Woods is sure to leave you wanting more Broadway musicals turned into award wining films, and the price of a movie makes legendary composers music much more assessable to our new global society. ” Broadway Global.
Meryl Streep says Rob Marshall’s approach is much like a conductor, his ability to embrace the story through his uncanny musicality. Musicality maybe the key to movie musicals, but prequels are turning out to be the winners at the box office. Look at the success of Wicked on Broadway. We don’t want to have a second journey of a movie or Broadway show, but a “what if” journey before or after award wining stories are getting the attention from movie and Broadway lovers around the globe. Fairy tale characters already have a huge following, so if they take different roads in life what would really happen? The reality of true life is given to each of these characters. “Into the Woods is told through Sondheim’s brilliant, unique, haunting melodies that are sure to capture your debit card for the original Into The Woods film cast recording. Each characters’ music is defined by their personalities and their vocal range. Stephen’s songs take us on a roller coaster ride, and that is what Sondheim fans are waiting for when it opens December 25, 2014.” USA Theatre Chat.
Into The Woods hits home because it is reality, just like ups, downs, and the turns we take in life that lead us to destiny by the choices we make. Maybe she shouldn’t have attended the ball, maybe Jack should have stayed far from that bean stalk, maybe the witch has an important message for you. Careful the things you say, children will listen was the brilliant message in the Broadway production, but it has been reported Sondheim has created an entirely new song for Meryl Streep. We can only hope Sondheim has not chosen the wrong path Into the Woods!