The Wicked movie is finally announced and here is every detail related to the cast and release date. A lot of movies have been declared openly to release somewhere soon. And that’s the reason why anticipation related to the casting and release date has gained the attention of fans.
If we talk about any recent announcements then most of them were related to Hollywood. With amazing making or makers, a lot of amazing actors would be joining the franchise with incredible characters.
Something like this has recently happened with the movie called Wicked which is soon going to release.
Universal Studios has managed to get an incredible director and amazing star cast to come up with a new project. This new project is named Wicked movies that will release in two parts.
It is based on a prequel to The Wizard of Oz. Coming to the movie then it was announced in 2016 and took almost 5 years to complete the process.
When it comes to the division of both films then it has been incredibly done with the projection and many other ways.
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Coming to the casting then singer Ariana Grande would there playing the role of Glinda of Good Witch. Coming to the other caste member called Cynthia Erivo and will be there as Elphaba.
Fans are excited to know the story of the Wicked that will come on the big screen. Instead of going with any online platform, the makers have decided to release the movie in the theatres. The expectation is also very high related to not just one film but also the second part.
Coming to the release date then the first part called Wicked: Part 1 will be released on 25 December 2024. It’s a sequel called Wicked: Part 2 will be there after 1 year and it will be released on 25 December 2025.
These projects were announced by the maker named Jon M. Chu who is 43 years old. The makers have come on social media and announced the details.
Jon said: “As we prepared this production over the last year, it became increasingly clear that it would be impossible to wrestle the story of WICKED into a single film without doing some real damage to it.