According to insiders who report directly to Radar Online, we now know that Kristen Stewart will return to reprise her role as Snow White in Snow White and the Huntsman 2. And twist, Rupert Sanders will not return to direct. SAY WHAT!? Lolsies. We knew only one could return to that movie set. Sorry Rupert. Better luck next affair.
While I’m thrilled to see that the homewreckin’ Kristen Stewart can still get a job, I am disappointed to see that it’s Snow White. Mostly because I disliked the movie so much. I left the theater feeling incredibly conflicted. Despite knowing that I was supposed to root for Snow White’s success, I really wanted the evil stepmonster to win. And that’s not just because I love Charlize Theron.
Unlike the incredibly aimless Snow White who willingly languished in imprisonment for years and then depended on the kindness of strangers to survive, Evil Stepmonster Witch took action. From the very beginning of the movie she showed initiative. She didn’t just wake up one lazy Sunday and think to herself, ”I’d like to murder a king and take over his empire.” No she created a goal for herself, drew up an action plan and worked toward achieving her desired results.
Goal. Plan. Results. Those are three words that every career women should have in her vocabulary. You can’t get results without a plan. You can’t make a plan without a goal. That’s just biznass 101. If Snow White and the Huntman is really happening, I expect to see Snow White pick up a few tips from her captor.
She better stop relying on the Huntsman to do all the work while she sleeps off her coma. Sure she led the troops into battle. But that battle happened during the last 5 minutes of the movie. I want her badassery to start right away this time.
Make it happen K.Stew.
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