We’ve got two-and-a-half more weeks until Angelina Jolie’s Maleficent is released in theaters on May 30. What’s a villainess fan to do to pass the time? Coloring sheets, of course.
Maleficent is rated PG, but you might want to evaluate your younger children’s fright levels before taking them along. Jolie told Entertainment Weekly in March that her own children were scared of her in the costume! One of her youngest, Vivienne (5), plays a toddler-aged Princess Aurora in the film, and two of her other children, Zahara (9) and Pax (10), also appear briefly during the christening. Vivienne got the part because she wasn’t afraid of Jolie’s horns and claws.
The movie also features Elle Fanning as Aurora. The script is by Linda Woolverton, who worked on the Tim Burton version of Alice in Wonderland as well as The Lion King and Beauty and the Beast. Robert Stromberg, who won the Oscars for production design on Alice in Wonderland and Oz the Great and Powerful is making his directorial debut.
And no, you’re never too old to bust out the crayons. As someone who’s been waiting for the Maleficent film for quite a while now, I’m ready to attack these four coloring sheets myself!