Snow White and the Huntsman is coming off a surprisingly great opening weekend at the box office, but not everyone is impressed. Angry that the film used average-sized actors to play the iconic seven dwarfs, a group of Hollywood's little people has just announced a protest against the film's studio, Universal Pictures.
Regardless of what you might think of the movies this young actress makes, or of her relative talents, she chooses hits—and she's made herself indispensable to one of the biggest franchises of the past 25 years. Seems like falling in love with sparklevamps is a rather profitable endeavor.
Snow White is out of a job. Universal Pictures has decided to scrap their plans for a sequel to last June's Snow White and the Huntsman. Instead, they're gearing up for a spin-off that will focus more on her axe-wielding companion.
You know all the fuss about Universal dropping Snow White from their upcoming Snow White and the Huntsman sequel? False! Turns out, original star Kristen Stewart (Twilight) is most definitely still in the mix to come back for part two with co-star Chris Hemsworth (Thor).
When last we saw a trailer for Immortals director Tarsem Singh's shiny-happy take on the Snow White legend, it was a thoroughly uninspired affair. But does this new international trailer nudge Mirror Mirror back into the "must see" category?
According to Chris Hemsworth, "The wait is almost over"—and he's not talking about The Avengers. Watch as the actor introduces a sneak peek at the new trailer for his other big film, Snow White and the Huntsman.
There aren't a lot of movie stars who can boast the kind of brawn that Thor star Chris Hemsworth is packing. He's a big dude, definitely the kind of guy you'd think twice about messing with. But rumor has it that's just what Twilight sparkler Robert Pattinson did.
There are two Snow White movies coming out next year—and they've been engaged in sort of a fairy tale arms race. But now, with this first trailer, Kristen Stewart and Chris Hemsworth's Snow White and the Huntsman fires the first arrow.