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December 18, 2012

Oz the Great and Powerful: Rachel Weisz is oddly attractive as a Wicked Witch

— Posted by The "Superior" Anthony


I have a love/hate relationship with this Rachel Weisz chick.  She first made a great impression with me thanks to her role in the first two Mummy movies and I loved the on-screen chemistry she shared with co-star Brendan Fraser… then she went and fucked it all up by not participating in the 3rd Mummy film that really needed some more Weisz in it.  If that wasn’t enough I still feel weird about her and Darren Aranofsky and how that affected him directing The Wolverine.  Sure, that’s their personal life now I won’t get an Aronofsky directed Wolverine film. Whatever. She’s in Oz The Great and Powerful as a wicked witch co-starring with Mila Kunis and James Franco and thanks to this new poster I get to build a new sordid affection for the woman, check it out:



This just isn’t right.  First off this woman is not supposed to be attractive in this poster, but she is.  The fact that I have an attraction to something unwordly spellcaster makes me re-think my own personal tastes in women and possibly consider therapy but I knows what I likes. This poster has my full attention, (haha), for now… what do you think? Am I just a perv?


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  • Mystery Matrix

    I can’t wait to see the spin they put on this one, it look great so far ! ( FREE Movie Club Picks… No Downloading or Account Needed )

  • JamesM

    I think the only question here is your taste Ryan – I don’t find that attractive in the least LOL.
    Can’t wait for this one.

  • dRadnev

    Meh, who needs Rachel Weisz when you have Mila Kunis on the set. Jesus, this movie is so…bizarre.

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