Watch: Angelina Jolie Casts a Spell in New ‘Maleficent’ Trailer

Audiences are a little bit closer to finding out the truth behind Princess Aurora’s (Elle Fanning) wicked nemesis now that Disney has unveiled its newest trailer for “Maleficent.”

In the latest preview of what’s to come from the highly anticipated prequel, audiences finally get a look at the titular character’s wings.

“I had wings once, and they were strong,” Maleficent (Angelina Jolie) says. “But they were stolen from me.”

The revealing scene gives some insight into why the iconic villain’s heart turned to stone so many years before.

The trailer also features a clip of the villain placing the curse on baby Aurora, “Before the sun sets on her 16th birthday, she will fall into a sleep-like death!”

“Maleficent” hits theaters May 30.

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  1. Chelsea says:

    Can’t wait to see this movie I have so high hope for it.

  2. Spike says:

    yawn. more pap for the masses.

    • Ian says:

      …if you have no imagination, yes.

      and to the writer / editor: that hyphen is misplaced. “a sleep-like death” means “a death that’s like sleep,” and makes no sense. Maleficent’s curse is to “a sleep like death,” which means “a sleep that’s like death.” whole different thing (though why she doesn’t simply kill her i don’t know…maybe there’s some glimmer of good in Maleficent that wants to give her victim a chance at resurrection / redemption?).

  3. Talisha Harrison says:

    Reblogged this on La Virino Kiu Skribas.

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