Starry “Into the woods” reading cast revealed; Meryl Streep expected to join film

A new article from BroadwayWorld with some more info for the rumored project with a cast including Meryl Streep called “Into the woods”. According to the text, Meryl is in talks to join the project as the Witch but won’t be able to make the reading.

That’s a poster with the cast. Meryl’s missing but according to the Broadway World, that’s just a reading, probably to attract producers. It isn’t really the actual movie cast yet.

Read piece of the article below, At the bottom of the post has a link with the full article:

As reported back in June, Rob Marshall has made Stephen Sondheim’s “Into the woods” his next project at Warner Bros/Disney – and a starry reading just has kicked the project off.

BroadwayWorld has confirmed that the cast of the screenplay reading, which took place yesterday, included (in alphabetical order): Nina Arianda as The Baker’s Wife; Christine Baranski as the Stepmother; Tammy Blanchard as Florinda; Victoria Clark as Cinderella’s Mother/Giant; James Corden as the Baker; David Garrison as the Narrator; Ivan Hernandez as the Wolf; Megan Hilty as Lucinda; Cheyenne Jackson as Rapunzel’s Prince; Allison Janney as Jack’s Mother; Anna Kendrick as Cinderella; Michael McGrath as the Steward/Baker’s Father; Donna Murphy as the Witch; Laura Osnes as Rapunzel; Taylor Trensch as Jack; Casey Whyland as Little Red Riding Hood; and Patrick Wilson as Cinderella’s Prince.

The cast for the film has not yet been announced, but BroadwayWorld has learned that stage and screen legend Meryl Streep is in talks to join the film as the Witch, but was unable to make the reading. 

James Lapine, the original book writer of “Into the woods”, is reworking the script for the screenplay, while Sondheim is expected to contribute some new songs.

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