NextMovie and a handful of other journalists from across the country caught up with "Snow White and the Huntsman" stars Kristen Stewart and Sam Claflin, thanks to the wonders of the Technology Age — or as we like to say, "The Future" — and chatted with the two about some of their experiences royal-ing it up on the London set of "Snow White."
First, we asked Stewart whether any of that raucous fight training she went through for "Snow White" and the final "Twilight" installment, "Breaking Dawn - Part 2," has carried over into her personal life ... Y'know, like with bar fights and such? "Nope," she said. In fact, she reported suffering a pretty gnarly thumb injury which looked "like a sausage" and began "hanging off." "So... it didn't help," she answered. "But [I'm] still willing to do it. It's all good. The pain is cool, you get to watch someone in like actual discomfort rather than trying to fake it. It's cool."
We also asked the two whether they pulled inspiration for their regal "Snow White" personas from any other genre's characters, and while Claflin claimed to turned to William Shakespeare's "Henry V," which got an eyeroll from Stewart and himself, she said she saw some definite cross-over potential between "Snowy" and Joan of Arc. "She sees a light no one else does and sort of has the faith to see it through to the end," Stewart explained.
Don't miss the full interview in the video above!