The idea mill has run drier than we could have ever imagined. How many versions of The Wizard of Oz can you stomach before you say: "Enough is enough!"? We're already contending with remake mania, and Hollywood's love of dueling features based on the same story, but now they're taking it a step further.

In March, Elisabeth shared news that two Oz features were in the works. Warner Bros.' attempt details Dorothy's granddaughter heading to Oz, and somehow involved Todd McFarlane (Twisted Land of Oz). The other, coming from New Line, has a script by Darren Lemke, but remains under wraps. Then, a month later, we learned that Sam Mendes was gearing up for Oz: The Great and Powerful and was looking to cast Robert Downey Jr. as the big man himself.

Now, there's option number FOUR, an animated Oz fueled by the power of Glee.
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