Kristen Stewart isn’t reprising her role in the Universal sequel, but Snow White’s love interest is, joining Chris Hemsworth, Charlize Theron, Jessica Chastain, Emily Blunt and Nick Frost.
The visual-effects supervisor of Snow White and the Huntsman is in talks to helm the sequel, set for release in April 2016.
As rumors swirl about professional fallout from Kristen Stewart’s affair with Snow White and the Huntsman director Rupert Sanders, Universal Pictures insists it’s moving ahead with a sequel — one that focuses on Chris Hemsworth’s character.
Pixar’s Brave easily snagged the top box-office spot over the weekend, with DreamWorks Animation’s Madagascar 3 coming in second and Fox’s new release Abraham Lincoln: Vampire Hunter landing in third place.
Despite a menacing performance by Charlize Theron and breathtaking cinematography, director Rupert Sanders’ fairy-tale reimagining Snow White and the Huntsman doesn’t so much enchant as it bores.
Nick Frost, the star of Shaun of the Dead and Paul who plays a dwarf in the upcoming Snow White and the Huntsman, brought some good-natured humor to his panel at the Kapow Comic Convention.
At CinemaCon in Las Vegas, Universal Pictures teased its film slate all the way into summer 2013, with previews of Snow White and the Huntsman, The Bourne Legacy, R.I.P.D. and much more.
In a survey of moviegoers by Fandango, Marvel’s The Avengers emerged as the most-anticipated summer movie, beating out such heavy-hitting competition as The Dark Knight Rises, Men in Black 3 and Prometheus. The Joss Whedon-directed film opens May 4.
Director Rupert Sanders met with the press at WonderCon to discuss his feature film debut with Universal Pictures’ big-budget Snow White and the Huntsman.
Directors Peter Berg and Rupert Sanders appeared Saturday at WonderCon to discuss Universal Pictures’ Battleship and Snow White and the Huntsman, bringing with them stars Charlize Theron, Kristen Stewart, Alexander Skarsgård and Brooklyn Decker.
The trailer for Universal Pictures’ Snow White and the Huntsman that debuted over the weekend at WonderCon has been released online.
Universal Pictures has unveiled three new images from Snow White and the Huntsman, director Rupert Sanders’ reimagining of the classic fairy tale.