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  • Mila Kunis, Michelle Williams and Rachel Weisz at the Oz the Great and Powerful premiere.

    Mila Kunis, Michelle Williams and Rachel Weisz at the Oz the Great and Powerful premiere.

    Mila Kunis was upstaged by Michelle Williams’ panties at the premiere of “Oz The Great and Powerful” last night (Feb. 13) at the El Capitan Theatre in Los Angeles. In fact, her panties upstaged just about everyone, including Michelle.

    The actress’s daring dress, which included a split seam from floor-to-waist, was the talk of the tabloids.

    The cream-colored shirt-style Prada gown covered up the star with its high neckline and ankle-length hemline. But the right side was open to her waist, flashing a slice of her black panties.

    Oz The Great and Powerful Premiere

    Williams plays the Good Witch Glinda in the production, which is a prequel to L. Frank Baum’s classic “The Wizard Of Oz.” It focuses on how a Kansas con man played by James Franco is whisked over the rainbow and becomes the Emerald City’s Wizard.

    Franco made the biggest entrance. He arrived from above in a hot air balloon. It hovered over a yellow brick road, which substituted as a red carpet.

    Kunis, 29, wore a cream lace Dolce & Gabbana prom dress and Christian Louboutin heels. In the movie, she plays Theodora, the wicked witch of the West.

    Rachel Weisz, who plays Evanora the Wicked Witch of the East, also walked down the yellow brick road. She was was almost upstaged by Michelle’s panties, as well. But she held her own in a stunning orange Victoria Beckham gown with spaghetti straps and low-cut sides.

    It was a solid choice bold color complimented her dark eyes and hair and fair skin. “I didn’t want to wear green because I wanted to look different from my character in the film,” she explained. “I just chose a dress I thought was pretty.”

    The film is directed by Sam Raimi, and Zach Braff, who plays the Wizard’s trusted monkey assistant, said he and Franco tried to take some lessons from the film veteran.

    “Both James and I are filmmakers ourselves, and Sam was like the best mentor in the world, teaching us how a movie of this scale is made,” Braff said.

    “In my new film that I’m directing, I have some much smaller-scale little effects people, but I wouldn’t have put those in if I hadn’t had six months of grad school with Sam Raimi,” Braff said.

    Kunis’s boyfriend Ashton Kutcher laid low at the premiere, but was spotted at the after-party hunkered down with the actress.

    Williams was also without boyfriend Jason Segal. She spent most of the evening with Weisz, who also attended without husband Daniel Craig.

    “Oz: The Great and Powerful” is set to hit theaters on March 8.