Snow White Battle
June 9, 2011 by Post Team
Snow White Battle, The legendary story, immortalized in the Disney animated classic, 1937 “Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs” is now in the production of two film studios racing to get to the box office. Production of Universal Pictures’ fairy tale Charlize Theron will star as the queen of evil and “Twilight” Kristen Stewart as Snow White. “Thor” star Chris Hemsworth has been cast as the Huntsman, according to U.S. Today, in the movie called “Snow White and the Huntsman.”
Several actors are rumored for the role of the hunter as Viggo Mortensen, Tom Hardy and Hugh Jackman. In February, the second “Snow White” production, this time by Relativity Media, caught A-lister Julia Roberts to play the role of the Evil Queen. Adaptation, the newspaper says it has no title, issued Lily Collins, daughter of musician Phil Collins and the star of “The Blind Side”, in the role of Snow White in April. “Social networks” actor Armie Hammer is set to play Prince Andrew Alcott.
The two films have been news stories on its release, but the battle was a kick to a level above that of Universal Pictures changed the date of opening of “Snow White and the Huntsman” of December 21, 2012, to June 1 2012. The new date was set to have his film open in front of the relativity of the media of “Snow White” version, which originally had a June 29, 2012 release date. However, according to the newspaper, countered Relativity, from the date of the version of release to March 16?
The newspaper notes that this type of battle has a long tradition in Hollywood. Examples include films like “Tombstone” and “Wyatt Earp”, released six months apart in 1993 and 1994, respectively, or “Deep Impact” and “Armageddon”, which came two months apart in 1998.
Tucker Tooley, director of production at Universal Pictures, told U.S. Today, “There is no such thing as a perfect date, but we wanted to be on the market at the beginning of ‘Alice [in Wonderland]” open right around spring break, and it seems like a good time for a family movie ”
According to Tarsem Singh, who is directing the production of Relativity “Snow White” with Lilly Collins, the character “is the one with (guts) She straightens him (the prince) a little.”
Joe Roth, who is producing Kristen Stewart version of the fairy tale, told the newspaper that the movie Snow White character starts “oppressed” but then “learns how the world and harden up.”
The big screen is not the only place where “Snow White” fairy tale is getting the Hollywood treatment. Series next fall ABC’s “Once Upon a Time”, created by two “Lost” writers, will have “Big Love” star Ginnifer Goodwin as Snow White.
Goodwin will show up as a nun teacher school today, but also be seen in flashbacks as the fairytale princess. “House M.D.” Actress Jennifer Morrison and Emma Swan, a young woman who is believed to be the lost daughter of Snow White and Prince Charming.
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