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Into The Woods
Stephen Sondheim's skewed Broadway musical take on a handful of Grimm fairytales is thrillingly brought to the big screen by Chicago director Rob Marshall. Humble baker Jack (James Corden) and his barren wife Jill (Emily Blunt) must venture into the woods and recover four objects if they are to be granted a child by axe-grinding Witch Meryl Streep. However, all sorts of perils lurk in the trees - from Johnny Depp's hungry wolf to a fuming giantess. Slick, tuneful and full of beans, this ensemble musical will appeal to audiences who likes their fairy stories on the dark side.
Director: Rob Marshall
Starring: Meryl Streep, James Corden, Emily Blunt, Chris Pine, Anna Kendrick, Johnny Depp
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