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The international box office receipts grow by 6 percent in 2012 with China becoming the second-largest market with 36 percent of increase.
The James Franco-starring movie successfully fends off Halle Berry's 'The Call' for scoring No. 1 debut this week with $42.2 million.
'I don't think the second one would have the thing I would need to get me interested,' the 'Oz: The Great and Powerful' helmer says of the possibility of him returning to the sequel.
The big-budgeted wizard movie successfully casts its strong spell on the North American audience as its opens big at No. 1 with $80.3 million.
Disney has reportedly planned on making the sequel to the Sam Raimi-directed film by hiring Mitchell Kapner, who penned the first movie, to write the script.
James Franco, Mila Kunis, Michelle Williams and Rachel Weisz fly to London to promote the fantasy film along with director Sam Raimi.
Franco refuses to let China Girl join his witch hunt, but eventually gives up after the little porcelain girl cries hysterically in the new clip of 'Oz: The Great and Powerful'.
Finley the flying monkey suggests Franco's Oz to come clean, but he refuses and insists to go with a plan to benefit himself.
During an intense conversation with Rachel Weisz's Evanora, Kunis' Theodora throws a fire ball after being accused of having a wicked personality.
The stars of the fantasy adventure film shine on the red carpet of 'Oz: The Great and Powerful' Hollywood premiere on February 13.
Franco proudly introduces himself as the wizard the Oz people have been waiting for before finding himself in trouble against an evil power who wreaks havoc in the magical land.
The three movies unveil promo videos that offer glimpses at new scenes, while 'Iron Man 3' debuts a new spot that focuses on the superhero's attempt to save some people from a plane crash.