And, when we say above and beyond, we mean that quite literally — James Franco arrived not by private car, but by hot air balloon. Then, the real magic happened when the film's three leading ladies made their entrances. Mila Kunis was anything but wicked in a lacy Dolce & Gabbana number, which she paired with matching Louboutins (perhaps the red sole was a cheeky nod to Dorothy's slippers?). Michelle Williams stunned in a seemingly demure embroidered Prada dress, which featured a revealing waist-high slit upon profile view. Plus, get this: Williams' clutch was not a runway piece, but an item from Kate Young's collab with Target — talk about mixing high and low! And finally, Rachel Weisz's Victoria Beckham gown was nothing short of bewitching — and, we adore her choice to forgo accessories altogether, save for a simple gold cuff and Lanvin clutch.
Naturally, we need to ask: Which witch has your vote for best dressed? One thing's for sure — we're so not in Kansas anymore!
Photo: Courtesy of Walt Disney Studios