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Michelle Williams at Comic-Con For Oz The Great and Powerful

Video: Oz's Michelle Williams Is Glad to Put "Good" in the World as Glinda

Michelle Williams attended Comic-Con for the first time to promote the upcoming Oz: The Great and Powerful. Hear why she's proud of the part and what she thinks of costars Mila Kunis and James Franco in today's PopSugar Rush.

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Michelle Williams hits Comic-Con to talk taking on the iconic Glinda the Good Witch in Oz: the Great and Powerful. Hey there, I'm Karli Bulnes The sweet reason why she's proud of the role. Plus, Taylor compliments co-stars James Franco and Mila Kunis in today's PopSugar Rush. Which is brought to you by Sony Experia Ion. Experience everything in HD. Nice to put a little bit of good back into the world. It really is, I think that it's a family movie and I was excited to be a part of that. Michelle Williams is glad she took on the positive part of Glenda the Good Witch in the Sam Raimi directed prequel to the classic Wizard of Oz story called Oz: the Great and Powerful. PopSugar editor Brittney Stephens is here with more on Michelle's trip to Comic-Con to promote the film alongside Sam and co-star Mila Kunis. Hey Britt. Hey. This is Michelle's first trip to Comic-Con. So what did she say about the experience? Well, she asked Sam and me for tips and we told her that it's all about the fans. So she really love that. And the fans were actually treated to the first trailer of the film. Yeah. What was their reaction to it? Well, it's similar to the original on the front side. It starts off in black and white and then kind of transports to this colorful, fantastical world. This one centers mostly around Oz, who's played by James Franco. But we also get to see Mila Kunis as Theodora who eventually becomes the Wicked Witch of the West. They're actually keeping Mila's dramatic witch look under wraps for right now, so we don't get to see that just yet. Got it, and speaking of Mila. Michelle's a bit. They didn't really get to share much screening time, but that she would love to work with Mila and Rachel Vice again if she ever had the chance, so let's take a listen to that. We really, all of us, interacted more outside of trailers or in hair and make-up than we ever really got to in the movie and I hope maybe there's another movie and another chance to work with those two because I admire both of them very much. Michelle also spoke very highly of James Franco, she said he was charming, dynamic and that it was really exciting to work with him. As for the other man in her life, Yes. Jason Segal, it's really cute we spotted him holding hands with Matilda earlier this week, so it seems like he may be watching Matilda in New York while Michelle's in San Diego. And just one more bit of news out of Comic-Con with Michelle. She touched upon a Dawson's Creek reunion, right? She did, she said that because of her character's death. She may not be able to be as involved. Makes sense. But, she still would like to see it happen at some point. Nice. Well, thank you for all those updates. Thanks. And stay tuned to PopSugar TV as we bring the latest from Comic-Con, as for Oz the Great and Powerful, it currently has a March 8, 2013 release date. For now, I'm Karli Bulnes and we'll see you next time on PopSugar Rush.

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