the brothers grimm: snow white Tag

The battle to be the fairest of them all rages on. Relativity continues to stay one step ahead of Universal in the tale of the dueling Snow Whites. While filming is still underway on Charlize Theron-Chris Hemsworth starrer “Snow White and the Huntsman”, today new looks at director Tarsem Singh’s still untitled “comedic adventure” take on the wayward Princess and her seven dwarf friends have been unveiled, giving us our first glimpse of Julia Roberts as a “relateable” Evil Queen and Armie Hammer’s dashing Prince Andrew, who attracts both princessRead More
It still doesn’t have an official name; the release date has been pushed forward enough times that we lost count; and right now it’s coming second fiddle to another Snow White film that’s gathering a great supporting cast, but Tarsem Singh’s “Snow White” remake has finally shown us that production is well under way, with our first look at Lily Collins in costume as our lead princess. Looking classical and beautiful, Collins told EW that her Snow White is “a joyful person who lights up a room and maintains graceRead More
Universal have finally locked down their fourth and final main character for next year’s Snow White and the Huntsman – Chris Hemsworth, the Australian actor who won us over in Star Trek and headlines Thor, this past week’s number one movie in America, has officially signed on as Kristen Stewart’s Huntsman in Universal’s take on the Snow White classic. In this adapatation of the Grimm’s Brother tale, Snow White is no damsel in distress. On the run with the Huntsman, Snow White insists that she be taught self defense inRead More
Relatively unknown British actor Robert Emms has landed a pivotal supporting role in director Tarsem Singh’s now untitled “Snow White” project, previously titled “The Brothers Grimm: Snow White”. Armie Hammer plays Prince Andrew in the film and Emms will be his man-in-waiting, a sort of Medieval wingman. They join Julia Roberts as the Evil Queen and Lily Collins as Snow White. The film – like its rival “Snow White and the Huntsman”, which comes out six months later – is a revisionist take on the classic Grimm fairytale. In Tarsem’sRead More
Relativity pulls ahead of the pack one step further as it finally casts its titular princess in “The Brothers Grimm: Snow White”. Variety reports that Lily Collins is the fairest of them all who will romance Armie Hammer as Prince Andrew and defy Julia Roberts as the Evil Queen. The studio toyed with the idea of casting 16-year-old Oscar nominee Saoirse Ronan in the title role, but the age difference with already-cast 24-year-old Hammer was a cause for hesitation. Collins, who is 22, is much more age appropriate while stillRead More
He may already look like a real-life prince, but now Armie Hammer is officially about to become one—on screen, anyway. An exclusive report from Deadline reveals that Hammer (“The Social Network”) has signed a deal to star as Prince Albert in Relativity’s “The Brothers Grimm: Snow White.” Saoirse Ronan (“The Lovely Bones” and the upcoming “Hanna”) is also reported to be in talks to play Hammer’s princess. Hammer, who is currently filming Clint Eastwood‘s J. Edgar, be joining the already cast Julia Roberts who is set to play the evil queen. Director Tarsem Singh isRead More
Hang tight to your memories of childhood fairytales, because most of them are about to get a make-over in the next couple of years. Thanks in no small part to the massive success of Tim Burton’s live-action 3-D fantasy “Alice in Wonderland”, nearly every fairytale, legend and folklore is being snatched up by studios to remake, re-invent and re-imagine for the big screen, sometimes more than once (yes, there really are three Snow Whites and two Peter Pans in active development). And each one has a new “twist” to makeRead More
“The Twilight Saga” star Kristen Stewart has entered negotiations to play the titular role in Universal’s “Snow White and the Huntsman”, after days of rumor and speculation. Viggo Mortensen takes the role of the Huntsman and Charlize Theron will be playing the evil queen. Can’t say we’re very excited about this bit of news, but it seems Universal didn’t feel comfortable giving the role to a lesser known actress who may have fit the part better in our opinion, like Bella Heathcote, Felicity Jones and Emily Browning, who all testedRead More