Oz the Great and Powerful doesn't hit theaters until tomorrow, but it sounds like Disney is hoping it's the start of a new franchise.
"We're all signed on for sequels," Oz star Mila Kunis tells me.
Costar Rachel Weisz wasn't as concrete, but still enthusiastic about the possibility of reprising her role as evil witch Evanora. "I hope so," she said when asked about sequel plans. "If there is one, I'd love to be in it."
Count Michelle Williams in if director Sam Raimi returns. "Wherever Sam goes, I'll go," she said. "I'd do anything Sam asks me to do. I'd get stuck in quicksand with him."
Uh-oh. Williams may not want to hear what Raimi had to say.
"I'm not signed up for a sequel and I have no plans right now to make a sequel," said Raimi, who knows all about successful franchises having directed all three of Tobey Maguire's Spider-Man movies. "I don't know where Disney is with that. They are probably waiting to see what the critical response is and what the audience response is and how well it does at the box office."
Yeah, but will the sequel include quicksand?
We've got more Oz scoop for you. Tune into E!'s Oz the Great and Powerful special premiering tonight at 8 p.m. ET/PT.