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The New ‘Into the Woods’ Trailer Features Singing, Johnny Depp’s Wolf, and Meryl Streep as Queen Witch

Kaitlyn Laurie | November 6, 2014 - 11:08 am

Disney has released a new full-length trailer for Into the Woods, and we finally get our first real look at the Wolf, played by the alluring Johnny Depp.

It’s also evident from this trailer that the movie will be a musical! Watch the trailer now to see Meryl Streep sing her heart out as the Witch, and… More »


Meryl Streep is All Sorts of Scary in New ‘Into The Woods’ Poster

Peggy Truong | September 16, 2014 - 3:30 pm

It’s been a while since we’ve seen something — anything — from Into the Woods. Two months ago, we were blessed with brand new stills and a trailer lasting more than a minute.

On Tuesday, Disney continued with the big tease and unveiled a giant character poster featuring the one and only MerylMore »


Here Are the First Pictures from ‘Into the Woods’

Robert Kessler | July 30, 2014 - 5:00 pm

Many moons ago, Disney released one single shot of Meryl Streep as The Witch in Into the Woods. Since then, there’s been nothing. Nada. Zip. Zilch. That is until today when the Disney vault (remember that?) opened and we got to see 10 new pictures from the upcoming film. Certainly we should have at least… More »


The ‘Cruel Intentions’ Cast: Where Are They Now?

Jess Cohen | July 9, 2014 - 8:30 am

Have you ever wondered where the cast members from your favorite old movies or television shows ended up? Well, wonder no more because we’re going to tell you!

This week, we’re breaking down the cast of Cruel Intentions. From Reese Witherspoon to Sarah Michelle Gellar, this cast is packed with star power. We’re… More »


Emmys Countdown: A Chat About Best Supporting Actress

Robert Kessler | July 1, 2014 - 3:00 pm

In the lead-up to the announcement on Emmy nominations on July 10, Celebuzz will be looking at the past year in outstanding television and analyzing what will be recognized and what, what should be recognized and what should not. Today, Robert Kessler and Peggy Truong discuss the Best Supporting Actress categories.More »