Michelle Williams and Mila Kunis teamed up yesterday for a panel promoting their Oz: The Great and Powerful at Comic-Con. They're in San Diego along with the picture's director, Sam Raimi, to discuss their Wizard of Oz adaptation before it hits theaters next March. Michelle wore a printed Giulietta for the occasion, while Mila paired a Theyskens' Theory jacket with a Rag & Bone shirt.
After posing for pictures, the trio took the stage to speak about their project. In particular, Michelle talked about her experience with Sam. She said, "I've never made such a big movie before. I didn't know what it was going to be like. I didn't know if the things that concern me, Sam would have time for, or patience for. Not only did he have time and patience in the beginning when we were rehearsing, he had patience for them on the 17th hour of the sixth day. For me it was a very holistic experience; it was a real melding of my work life and my personal life. My film family and my real family." Make sure to check out what else Mila, Michelle, and Sam said at the Oz: The Great and Powerful Comic-Con panel — including what Michelle says about a Dawson's Creek reunion! Also, check out the just-released Oz: The Great and Powerful trailer.