Inspired by the box office success of Tim Burton’s Alice in Wonderland, executives at Warner Bros are pressing ahead with an update of the childhood classic.
The studio is weighing up two rival projects which take Frank Baum’s original story as their starting point, and will be very different from the 1939 film starring Judy Garland.
The first is Oz, produced by the team behind the Twilight franchise and aimed at the teen market.
The second, as-yet-untitled film has a darker tone and moves the action closer to the present day, with Dorothy’s granddaughter returning to Oz to fight the forces of evil. The script has been written by Josh Olson, whose previous credits include David Cronenberg’s A History of Violence.
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