‘Wicked’ Movies Share First Look Ariana Grande’s Glinda and Elphaba

On social media this weekend, the director revealed a glimpse of Erivo in the role of Elphaba, the Wicked Witch of the West, and Grande in the role of Glinda, the Good Witch of the South.’Wicked’ Movies Share First Look

Ariana Grande’s Glinda and Cynthia Erivo’s Elphaba

The complete story wasn’t told to you. What occurs if you deviate from the Yellow Brick Road? Chu wrote the images’ captions. ‘Wicked’ Movies Share First Look

The only colours in the photographs that stand out are the pink of Glinda’s dress and the green of Elphaba’s skin. ‘Wicked’ Movies Share First Look

Production on the movie, which will be split into two parts, is now underway. Nov. 27, 2024 is the tentative date for the theatrical premiere of the first half.

Ariana Grandes Glinda

It became hard to fit the Wicked story into a single picture over the course of the past year as we planned the production, Chu said at the time. “As we tried to eliminate songs or trim characters, such choices started to feel like grave betrayals of the source material that had amused us all for so long.

We made the decision to expand our scope and produce two Wicked movies instead of simply one. Chu spoken. “With more room, we can tell Wicked’s story as it was meant to be told while giving these characters’ journeys even more depth and surprise,”


Wicked had its Broadway debut in 2003, starring Kristin Chenoweth as Glinda and Idina Menzel as Elphaba. ‘Wicked’ Movies Share First Look The tale follows the careers of the witches from Shiz University students to Elphaba becoming the Wicked Witch of the West, and it is based on the 1995 Gregory Maguire novel of the same name. Stephen Schwartz wrote the music and lyrics for the play.

Along with Jeff Goldblum as the Wizard and Michelle Yeoh portraying Madam Morrible, Jonathan Bailey plays Fiyero, Bowen Yang plays Pfannee, and Marissa Bode plays Nessarose in Chu’s rendition. Aaron Teoh, Colin Michael, Keala Settle, and Bronwyn James are all actors.

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