Lea Michele Voicing the Lead in 'Dorothy of Oz'?

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Lea Michele went from Broadway to television and now she's bouncing onto the big screen. It's not official yet, but insiders are buzzing that Lea will voice the role of Dorothy in the upcoming animated film "Dorothy of Oz."

Also rumored to be in the movie is fellow Broadway alum and Glee guest star Kristin Chenoweth. The former Glinda in Wicked has supposedly signed on for the role of China Doll Princess, a new friend of Dorothy's who waivers on the bossy side.

The movie isn't scheduled to be released until next year, but it's based on the More Adventures of Oz novels that were written by the great-grandson of The Wizard of Oz's author, L. Frank Baum. The plot lands Dorothy back in Oz, but this time things aren't so sweet and merry. There's going to be new friends for Dorothy and a new enemy, too, which equals even more major star power joining the cast. There's one thing we can't stop wondering about: what shoes do you think Dorothy will wear? %Poll-40065%

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