I’m Happy The Wicked Trailer Isn’t Hiding That It’s A Musical, But I Am Worried It Is Hiding Something Else


With the recent trend of movie musicals like Wonka and Mean Girls dead set on hiding the fact that they were actually musicals in their trailers, I was worried that Wicked would be doing the same thing. It wasn’t looking great after the Super Bowl teaser was released, but now that we have a full trailer that includes clips of Ariana Grande actually singing “Popular” on the screen instead of just serving as background music like Cythnia Erivo’s “Defying Gravity,” my fears have subsided greatly. Director Jon M. Chu and his team might not be hiding the fact that the movie is a musical, but after watching the recent trailer, I am afraid they’re hiding something else.

What we know about Wicked has remained limited since the project was first announced, with Chu and the cast adamant on keeping things as spoiler-free as possible for the Tony-Award-winning musical adaptations. However, one thing that has always been publicly spoken about is that the movie would be split into two parts. Part one is set to be released in November as part of the 2024 movie schedule, with part two’s release getting shifted from Christmas 2025 to November 2025.


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