EW released the newest photos from The Brothers Grimm: Snow White – starring Lily Collins and Armie Hammer – today, and while they’re very pretty, we can’t tell who the intended audience is. Compared to Kristen Stewart‘s gritty reimagining Snow White and the Huntsman, this movie has bright colors and over-the-top costumes. So is it just a live-action version of the 1937 Disney movie, or will it have sly jokes for people our age?
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You can imagine that the sets of each of the upcoming Snow White movies are tenser than usual since they know that another studio is making the same film, albeit with a different bent. But we have to feel for Lily Collins specifically: She plays Snow in The Brothers Grimm: Snow White, but boyfriend Taylor Lautner seems to know more about his Twilight costar Kristen Stewart‘s competing project. More
I know I said last week that Lily Collins is radiant as Snow White in Relativity Media’s The Brothers Grimm: Snow White, but then Universal followed up with first-look photos of their project Snow White and the Huntsman – including Kristen Stewart playing Snow as a knight-princess. In this new take on the fairy tale, the Huntsman (Chris Hemsworth) meant to kill Snow not only saves her life, but trains her to battle the Queen (Charlize Theron) for the throne. More
I admit, though I’m no champion of the Kristen Stewart school of acting, I felt more comfortable imagining her as the princess in Snow White and the Huntsman because at least I’ve seen her stuff. Lily Collins, playing Snow in Relativity Media’s The Brothers Grimm: Snow White, apparently showed up for a few episodes of 90210, but I can’t even recall that. So when Relativity Media beat Universal to releasing the first photo of their princess, I was wary.
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ComingSoon.net nabbed a bunch of photos at the Las Vegas Licensing International Expo, where brands and retailers meet to share the latest conceived designs for movies, toys, etc. Our focus, of course, is on the teaser posters for upcoming movies, many of which had their world premiere at the expo. More
Remember the Saved by the Bell episode where Slater writes himself into the school’s rap production of Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs as Studly the Eighth Dwarf to stop Jessie and Zack from kissing? Mario Lopez won’t be playing a dwarf in Relativity Media’s The Brothers Grimm: Snow White, but the memory was relevant anyway. Check out the newly cast septet, whose faces you already recognize from roles in Watchmen, Harold & Kumar, and Pirates of the Caribbean. Plus, our guesses for who will play which dwarf, if they’re going by Disney’s names for each. You know who I’m bummed isn’t on this list? Peter Dinklage. More
You know how 1998 was the year of the disaster meteor movies? And then there were those two Truman Capote films? Well 2011 looks like it’s going to be the year of dark Snow White tales: More