Julia Roberts Snow White

October 7, 2011 by staff 

Julia Roberts Snow WhiteJulia Roberts Snow White, She was the pretty woman. Now she is a bad mutha … Well, step Mutha. Evil Queen of Julia Roberts in the movie Snow White untitled Relativity Media (March 16) certainly looks compelling, but do not bring your evil in the manga (there are a lot of activity there as it is.)

“She’s the cat that ate the canary” says director Tarsem Singh (The Cell, the Immortals coming). “From mass murderers who do evil deeds, they basically have a devil-me-lo-lo excuse, or hearing voices,” he continues. “I chose the queen of evil, this is going to be a person who sees her [good] yes – but no personality mirror.”

If she can see herself at all.

In the larger version of this image, it is found that the type of dress queen of the sport as casual wear still tends to her dwarf.

This massive team of Oscar-winning costume designer Eiko Ishioka (Bram Stoker’s Dracula), shows the self-absorbed queen of opulence. Here, the queen is more than relaxing on her throne of gold, while in other scenes (see the complete gallery here), the Queen wears a red peacck dress while attending a masked ball.

It is in this dance, where Snow White (abduction of Lily Collins) infiltrates the court hoping to persuade a prince (Armie Hammer Social Network) to help overthrow the usurper her murderer. However, the queen has laid eyes on him puma.

The script, originally by Melisa Wallack, was rewritten by Jason Keller, who recently made Machine Gun Preacher (so expect a bit more edge of the Disney take on this material.)

Like many who do evil, this queen has a false cheerful attitude in public, and would rather not have their own hands dirty with menial issues such as the murder of her stepdaughter, who is the only way to keep your place on the throne . “She outsources its wickedness, like most people,” says Tarsem. “I wanted a person who is schizophrenic. She is a person who just made all the evil that has to do to stay in power.”

Fortunately for Snow White, which means it can remain undetected for a while and try to unseat the woman who is destroying the kingdom of their deceased father.

She has some helpers, of course. Seven of them.

The dwarves are bandits living in the forest outside the kingdom and wear stilts when caravans passing attack that has citizenship for fear of the giants – not small. (You can click on the image for a larger version, too.)

When snow is in exile in the desert after the queen’s butler, played by Nathan Lane, is not able to kill the dwarves have mercy on a fellow outcast and start offering their skills to help.

“All the training in different things,” says Tarsem, who notes that Collins may look delicate, but can actually be a success. “Surprisingly, the first day I walked in and she’s very physical.”

Relativity is not releasing the names of the characters at the moment, but from left to right, the actors in the photo are the following:. Jordan Prentice, Gnoffo Joey Saraceno Sabastian, Collins, Martin Klebba, Provinelli Marcos, Ronald Lee Clark and Danny Woodburn)

His scenes with the Queen are as combative, but not always with a sword. “She gets into character and stay there,” says Collins. “She’s” Julia “and smart and an amazing woman, but on the screen when she turns … the way he is playing the queen, people feel very bad about Snow White.”

Movie of relativity is one of the two films currently in production of Snow White with Snow White and the Huntsman Universal starring Charlize Theron as the Evil Queen, Kristen Stewart, and White, and Chris Hemsworth as the hunter. That movie is 1 June.

Both films have taken the distance of the others with the Universal film more of a dark action adventure of relativity is another fantasy, the fairy-tale family.

“They are so far from us, there is no point in observing that,” Tarsem says, which means the production of its rival – not the finished film itself. “It’s a kind of movie.”

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