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Raimi reimagines wonder-full world of ‘Oz’

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RAIMI. Takes advantage of the film medium’s enhanced visual brilliance.

The original “Wizard of Oz” movie starring Judy Garland is one of the film gems we’ve watched over and over through the years. So, when we heard that Sam Raimi was megging its “prequel,” “Oz the Great and Powerful,” we wondered if the new film would measure up to the vaulting achievement of the original production. After all, it had it all—great visuals, imaginative storytelling, lovable characters, plus Garland’s endearing portrayal and musical numbers. —Why remake or “prequel” it at all?

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Auspicious return for Destiny’s Child

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KNOWLES, ROWLAND AND WILLIAMS. Reunite in “Love Songs.”

“Love Songs” is Destiny Child’s first album with new music in eight years. Beyoncé Knowles, Kelly Rowland and Michelle Williams’s third greatest-hits package banks on nostalgia, embellished with irresistible hooks and slinky harmonies.

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Michelle Williams on Marilyn Monroe and that girl Matilda

Michelle Williams takes on the iconic role of Marilyn Monroe in The Weinstein Company’s critically acclaimed “My Week with Marilyn,” which has earned for Williams a best actress Oscar nomination. The film is based on Colin Clark’s book of the same title name and chronicles his time spent working with Monroe while she was in [...]

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Williams, Spencer, Plummer earn acting Globes

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Michelle Williams, Christopher Plummer and Octavia Spencer won acting honors at a Golden Globes show Sunday that was spreading Hollywood’s love around among a broad range of films and TV shows.

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Michelle Williams channels Marilyn Monroe

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Michelle Williams perfectly captures the original blonde bombshell in "My Week with Marilyn." Dougray Scott plays Arthur Miller.

Nothing prepared us for the bravura performance of Michelle Williams as Marilyn Monroe in “My Week with Marilyn.” Not only does Michelle capture the essence of the original blonde bombshell; she also sings a la Monroe and does a very good job.

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