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News by pompeybabe posted over a year ago
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If you were scratching your head wondering how Snow White and the Huntsman could generate a sequel — given that the evil queen, Charlize Theron, died at the hands of Kristen Stewart in the first film — then scratch no further.

On Monday, screenwriter David Koepp was on hand to illuminate all things ice and snow at a special New York screening of Michael Shannon's contract-killer film The Iceman (sponsored by Grey Goose), and talk soon turned to the Snow White sequel. "It's like The Empire Strikes Back," Koepp told Vulture. "I felt like they had a really, really great idea that seemed like a natural extension of the story ... Snow White is queen now, but the mirror is still there. It doesn't bode well for our innocent little queen." Assuming even if she succeeds in vanquishing yet another evil in the second film, the fight is far from over: Koepp is already thinking past the sequel. "There's plenty to go," said Koepp, who has been pulling some of his new characters from Russian fairy tales. "There's also a great idea for a third movie." Feel the Force, Snow.
Review by DR76 posted over a year ago
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The past ten months has been a busy period for the Brothers Grimm. During that period, there have been two television shows and two movies that featured their work. At least one television series and the two movies retold the literary pair's story about Snow White, including the recent film, "SNOW WHITE AND THE HUNTSMAN".

Directed by Rupert Sanders; and written by Evan Daugherty, John Lee Hancock and Hossein Amini, "SNOW WHITE AND THE HUNTSMAN" is a twist on the Snow White tale in which the Huntsman not only becomes the princess' savior, but also her protector and mentor. In this tale, Snow White is a princess of Tabor and the daughter of King Magnus and Queen Eleanor. After the Queen's death, King Magnus marries a beautiful woman named Ravenna after rescuing her from an invading force of glass soldiers. As it turns out, Ravenna is a powerful sorceress that controls the glass soldiers. She kills Magnus on their wedding night and seizes control of Tabor. Duke Hammond and his son William (Snow White's childhood friend) manages to escape the castle. But Snow White is captured by Ravenna's brother Finn and...
Opinion by rapounzel97 posted over a year ago
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Snow White and the Huntsman
From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Snow White and the Huntsman

Theatrical release poster
Directed by    Rupert Sanders
Produced by    Sam Mercer
Palak Patel
Joe Roth
Screenplay by    Evan Daugherty
John Lee Hancock
Hossein Amini
Based on    Snow White by
Brothers Grimm
Starring    Kristen Stewart
Charlize Theron
Chris Hemsworth
Sam Claflin
Music by    James Newton Howard
Editing by    Conrad Buff IV
Neil Smith
Studio    Roth Films
Distributed by    Universal Pictures
Release date(s)    
May 30, 2012 (United Kingdom)
June 1, 2012 (United States)
June 1, 2012 (South Africa)
Running time    127 minutes[1]
Guide by kristenfan10109 posted over a year ago
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Kristen Stewart's silver smokey eye

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News by fatoshleo posted over a year ago
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EXCLUSIVE: Studios are relying heavily on sequels this summer, but the toughest thing to do is to introduce something new that launches a franchise. It looks like Universal has done that with Snow White And The Huntsman. I’m told that the studio is making all the moves that indicate another chapter is in the offing, and on a fast track.

Universal commenced David Koepp to write the sequel script, which Deadline revealed in late April might happen. The studio is now talking with director Rupert Sanders about a return, after he made his feature directing debut on the first installment. Sanders is interested; he had a great time making the first movie.
But unlike most first time directors, he doesn’t have to come back. That’s because Snow White And The Huntsman was sold in an auction by CAA that included a presentation by Sanders of how he was going to shoot the film. Sanders was part of the package, as was producer Joe Roth, and that gave the agency leverage to make a much better deal than a first timer usually gets.
Fan fiction by _BlueBird_ posted over a year ago
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New Over Here...my first post :)

Just watched SW&TH today and must say quite liked it even though I am not much of a KS fan and wasn't expecting much out of it. However I came to like this twisted version of SW :) I am still not sure if I'm a fan but anywho.

Also just found out there will be a sequel to it :D And started thinking of potential storyline. And instantly thought of the Mirror...what of him? Remember at the end of the movie after SW kills the queen she stands up and sees her reflection in the mirror. Did anyone kind of get a darks vibe from that? ?

After the queen’s death...does the mirror remain in the castle ? It could fouce on how it corrupts SW, plays with her mind, draws her towards the dark side, draws her in until it can show himself to her. Or it could corrupt someone else,Huntsman? I mean he is a lost and depressed soul. Not very happy with SW going the evil way but than again it would be interesting to see how she holds onto the pureness to her heart (did that make sense? :S) Also did anyone else in the castle know the true value of the mirror besides the queen. The more I think of it ...it does sound kinda like...
Guide by examplecaly posted over a year ago
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Apple today released a developer preview of OS X Mountain Lion — the ninth link major release of the world’s most advanced operating system — which brings popular apps and features from link iPad to the Mac and accelerates the pace of OS X innovation. Mountain Lion introduces Messages, Notes, Reminders, and Game Center to the Mac, as well as Notification Center, Share Sheets, Twitter integration, and AirPlay Mirroring. The preview link release of Mountain Lion is available to Mac Developer Program members starting today. Mac users will be able to upgrade to Mountain Lion from link Store in late summer 2012. U.S. Transportation Secretary Ray LaHood today announced that twelve cities and link states will share $16.9 million to relocate, replace, and improve segments of...
Opinion by Mrs_twiLautner posted over a year ago
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In one corner of the fairy tale-meets-Hollywood world, there is Kristen Stewart and mighty Universal Pictures. In the other, there is Julia Roberts and upstart Relativity Pictures. Both sides are pushing forward with "Snow White" adaptations. Only one can boast of having, in Stewart, one of the biggest young names in the business.

But the director of the other "Snow White," Tarsem, not only isn't worried, but paid Stewart a high compliment when we caught up with him at San Diego Comic-Con. "She's gorgeous," he told us, adding that he'd only seen her onscreen work in David Fincher's "Panic Room." "She's great."

For his Snow White, Tarsem cast up-and-comer Lily Collins, looping her into a production that has already kicked off and which will hit theaters months ahead of Stewart's in 2012. "For me, when I looked at it, I thought there's only room for one of these," he explained of the two competing films. "And it looks like there's more. Nobody's backed off. I just know that we were ready so much earlier. And thank God for Julia, because when she came in, I got everything my way."