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DOROTHY OF OZ Movie Poster & Comic Book To Be Revealed At Wonder Con

Fans of the beloved “Oz” franchise will get a glimpse of the Emerald City with the official unveiling of the DOROTHY OF OZ , limited edition comic book Saturday, April 2 at San Francisco’s 2011 WonderCon. The comic, produced by publishers IDW and Summertime Entertainment, is the first in a series of five progressive books carefully designed to bridge the gap from the classic L. Frank Baum “ Wonderful Wizard of Oz ” tale to the upcoming 2012 release of the animated DOROTHY OF OZ , based on the book by his great-grandson Roger Stanton Baum. “There’s a lot of overlap in the worlds of Oz-lovers and Comic book fans, so we figured this was an ideal medium to help set the story framework for where next year’s DOROTHY OF OZ film will begin,” said DOROTHY OF OZ Transmedia Producer James Jones. “The comic series will continue to reveal what happened in Oz once the wicked witch was gone, and its people fell under the control of a new menacing villain. The film will essentially pick up wher

Lea Michele To Lend Voice For Animated Wizard Of Oz Film

Lea Michele To Lend Voice For Animated Wizard Of Oz Film Summertime Entertainment's animated 3D musical " Dorothy of Oz " has snagged Lea Michele of "Glee" to voice the lead part and provide vocals on several original musical numbers. " Dorothy " marks Michele's first work in features following Broadway roles in "Spring Awakening" and "Les Misérables" and the breakout success of "Glee." Story, penned by Randi Barnes, Adam Balsam and Barry Glasser, is an update on " The Wizard of Oz " and centers on Dorothy Gale returning to a tornado-devastated Kansas and then being transported back to Oz to help her friends. Jim Belushi as the Lion Dan Aykroyd as the Scarecrow Kelsey Grammer as the Tin Man Oliver Platt as Wiser the Owl Megan Hilty as the China Princess Hugh Dancy as as Marshall Mallow Martin Short as the Jester -- Dorothy's arch-nemesis. Bryan Adams is writing the first songs and lyr