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Disney’s Starry Into a Woods Film Sets Christmas 2014 Release

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Marc Platt, Marshall, John DeLuca and Disney furnish a film that is approaching to start filming in London this September. “Chicago” Oscar leader Marshall is directing.

Casting reports prove that Emily Blunt might play a Baker’s Wife, with Meryl Streep to play a Witch, “Sweeney Todd” star Johnny Depp to execute a Wolf and Tony Award leader James Corden (One Man, Two Guvnors) expected to execute a Baker.

Travey Ullman was recently reported to be in talks to play Jack’s Mother.






Jake Gyllenhaal, who starred in a Off-Broadway play If There Is we Haven’t Found It Yet, and Chris Pine, seen on a New York theatre in The Atheist, are in talks to play a Princes; while Tony Award leader Christine Baranski (Hurlyburly, The Real Thing, “Mamma Mia!”) is also in negotiations for a film – she was partial of a reading of a screenplay instrumentation of Into a Woods final fall, where she played Cinderella’s Stepmother. 

Read a Playbill Poll that asked readers to collect who they would like to see star as a Princes in a arriving film

Tony and Pulitzer Prize-winning Into a Woods book author Lapine authored a screenplay formed on his possess book for a 1988 musical. During an Oct reading of a screenplay, Lapine had streamlined a low-pitched into a two-hour diagnosis for a screen.

Composer-arranger David Krane (Road to Qatar), who penned a arrangements for Marshall’s film adaptations of Chicago and Nine, is operative on arrangements for a Into a Woods film adaptation. DeLuca also constructed Marshall’s shade adaptations of “Nine” and “Chicago.”

Into a Woods facilities a Tony-winning measure by Sondheim and Tony-winning book by Lapine, who also staged both Broadway productions of a musical. Into a Woods premiered on Broadway in 1987 during a Martin Beck Theatre starring Bernadette Peters, Chip Zien, Joanna Gleason, Kim Crosby and Robert Westenberg. The strange expel opening was recorded by PBS’ American Playhouse in 1991. A 2002 Broadway reconstruction played a Broadhurst Theatre.