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Rob Marshall: “Streep and Depp leaders not just in term of talent, but work and ethic”

Posted in Books, Johnny Depp, movies by Anna Maria Polidori on December 15, 2014

People Magazine reveals other particulars about this legendary Into the Woods’s A-List Cast

 

Jeff Nelson and Mary Green for People Magazine recently wrote an article published this 12/11 by the title: Inside Into the Woods’s A-List Cast.

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Marshall, Sondheim and the entire cast of Into the Woods (Johnny apart)

It’s the story of a director, Rob Marshall rob marshall, in love for musicals and the choice of the main characters, actors and actresses part of a legendary movie musical.

Rob Marshall tells to two People’s reporters he started to consider at first Meryl Streep 10540780_782453561811139_7151254787420887977_n. Meryl Streep is extremely versatile and able to portraying every possible character Sondheim, Streep and Marshall in fact.

A cast is very important. Rob Marshall: “It was exciting to put the whole team together”.

This fairy- tale using the structure of the fractured fairy-tale mix together a lot of fairy-tales and an original one created by Stephen Sondheim and James Lapine: the one of the Baker and the Wife still childless because of the curse of a horrible witch.
So that main story, the one of the Baker and the Wife will “create” a lot of situations “Into the Woods” with other very beloved Brothers Grimm’s Brothers Grimm characters in the while re-read by legendary Stephen Sondheim Meryl Streep and Stephen Sondheim Stephen Sondheim receives a standing ovation at the world premiere sodheim and James Lapine Lapine.

Cinderella, her Prince, Rapunzel, Jack and the Beanstalk, Little Red Riding Hood, will live a new life.

What for director Marshall what was important to do was to be able to speak and to reach with powerful messages the heart of modern families and kids of today, very different from the ones of the past generations.

It is scrutinized with great attention by Lapine, Sondheim and Marshall the Happily ever After moment.
What happens in fact when the most beautiful part of a love-story is over? The moment of the enchantment, the moment of real passion is over and a new life start together. What will happen to the protagonists?
What could happen to Little Red Riding Hood in a profound Wood where it is possible to meet this world and the others including a Lascivious Wolf?

The love-story of Cinderella will be the one dreamed realistically by the protagonists? And why in this modern age there is an existential fragmentation of sentiments and a profound constant unhappiness?

Cinderella can be one of the most powerful example of what we will see to the cinema this Dec 25th, the Christmas Day.
The main differences from the fairy-tale: she is a modern woman but unhappy and she will let show to the Prince she is not so satisfied of her life. This Cinderella will search for something authentic and not false doing what she wants to do and not what other people thinks she should do because of her role.

A curiosity: Chris Pine obtained the role of Cinderella’s Prince singing in his audition: “Fly me to the Moon” by The Voice Frank Sinatra.

One of the main reasons why the various actors and actresses decided to join this production has been because of the presence of Johnny Depp deppink005 interview02 grundge goldenman6 and Meryl Streep Sondheim, Streep and Marshall two of the most influential names in Hollywood and real legends and stars.

Marshall told to People very beautiful words: “They’re both leaders. They bring the level up so high and not just in terms of talent: in terms of work and ethic. Everybody was inspired by that.”

Lilla Crawford, 14 years, chosen for the part of Little Red Riding Hood has had the honor of shooting her scenes just with Johnny Depp. She learned a lot told to People. To be humble, always be nice and “Never get it in your head so much“.

The main characters of this fantastic adventure: Our Johnny plays the role of the Big and Lascivious Wolf 10437616_341774075996242_7484637702357584922_n, Anna Kendrick will be Cinderella, Emily Blunt the Baker’s Wife, James Corden The Baker, Chris Pine will play the role of Cinderella’s Prince, Christine Baranski Cinderella’s stepmother, Tracey Ullman Jack’s Mom. Meryl Streep is the Witch.

 

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Anna Maria Polidori

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