Oz the great and powerful theodora
Character profile for Theodora the good from Oz The Great and Powerful: With 8 Pages of Photos From The Movie! (page 1)
Theodora the Wicked Witch of the West
She is played by actress Mila Kunis. As her first act, she flies to Quadling Country and easily breaks through Glinda's barrier. Landing in the town's square she confronts Glinda and Oscar, the latter being unable to recognize her. Reminding Oscar of the time they spent together, Oscar remembers and realizes the witch is Theodora. She then uses her magic to make Oscar dance in the air like a puppet, telling Oscar that he is the cause of her wickedness and attacking him with a fireball. Glinda tries to fight her off and begs Theodora to stop, trying to reason this isn't her but Evanora's influence, but Theodora scoffs at this, and says that she'll come back with the armies of the Emerald City.
Posted on Friday, March 25th, by Germain Lussier. She can now give a definitive answer. The Black Swan star will, in fact, star in the film, portraying Theodora, the youngest and most important of three witches battling for control of Oz. Read more about how those characters fit into the film and other fun stuff after the break. In the Variety story , they describe the plot as follows:.
Wizard of Oz prequel 'Oz the Great and Powerful' has one too many witches for its own good. There's actually a great deal more magic and a great deal more heart in Oz the Great and Powerful than I expected. This story of a con-man carnival magician and his unlikely band of accomplices out to save the land of Oz had many pleasant surprises, but none more so than the way it managed to bring a smile to my face. The porcelain girl, the flying monkey bellhop, the munchkin heraldthese are no replacements for the Scarecrow or the Tin Man, but they're still a lovable bunch. In fact, while the film is often more spectacle than substance, even its use of CGI and 3D were mostly tasteful, with some of the best use of 3D effects I've seen since Avatar. Three may seem a natural number when it comes to witches, of course. Three is a good number when it comes to witches, three times out of four.