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Snow White and the Huntsman
Originally posted 07/26/2012 11:45AM
Before a cheating scandal rocked the lives of both Kristen Stewart and Rupert Sanders, the pair spent months together on the sets of Snow White and the Huntsman.
While filming SWATH, Sanders, 41, seemed infatuated with Stewart, 22, but it never went any further, a source tells PEOPLE. One of the reasons could be that Sanders's wife, actress-model Liberty Ross, starred alongside Stewart in the film, playing Snow White's mother. Sanders even cast the couple's two children, Skyla, 7, and Tennyson, 5, as extras in the film's final scene.
But a photo unearthed from May shows Stewart and Sanders enjoying dinner with a small group, which included fellow castmember Charlize Theron, at Berlin's Monsieur Vuong Vietnamese restaurant.
Originally posted 06/01/2012 03:55PM
It hardly seems like a fair fight.
The evil queen is a calculating sorceress. Snow White is ... pretty, yet she always wins. Good for Snow White And The Huntsman for being solidly entertaining while raising the old debate over whether a woman's looks are her power. I just wish the film knew what it thought about that.
On one hand, Queen Ravenna (Charlize Theron) couldn't be more beautiful or powerful, beguiling the king and taking his throne. Theron's queen is a mad diva in fierce costumes, giving her scenes gleeful bombast befitting the film's dark, Game of Thrones style.
Originally posted 04/30/2012 02:05PM
"What would you give to see her again?"
That's the eerie question asked by the evil Queen Ravenna (Charlize Theron) when Huntsman Chris Hemsworth sees his protégé Snow White, felled by the Queen's poison apple, in the new trailer for Snow White & the Huntsman.
It's just about the only time Snow White (Kristen Stewart) stops fighting: this incarnation of the fabled beauty befriends terrifying monsters, dives off cliffs and expertly wields a sword. She even wears armor on the Snow White & the Huntsman soundtrack cover, striking a pensive pose as warring knights clash behind her. (The soundtrack's first single, "Breath of Life," by Florence + The Machine, can be heard in the clip above.)
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