Mirror, mirror on the wall, the Snow White movie's costumes are the best of all.
The first photos of Julia Roberts, Lily Collins and Armie Hammer in Relativity Media's as-of-yet-untitled Snow White project have been released, courtesy of People and Entertainment Weekly, and it looks like we're a long way from DisneyWorld.
Roberts, who stars as Snow White's Evil Stepmother, may have earned herself a spot as America's sweetheart with her toothy grin, but brace yourself, because your good girl has gone bad. She plays opposite "Abduction" star and Phil Collins progeny Collins in the movie and trades in the traditional Morticia Addams-style black attire worn by stepmothers past, in favor of ornate, oversized gowns.
The film's costumes, designed by Eiko Ishioka, who won an Oscar for her design work on 1992's "Bram Stoker's Dracula," have already transformed Collins into a stunning Snow White, in a blue gown right out of a storybook.
The princess-to-be also proves to be a vision in white, sporting some over-the-top looks of her own, including a swan headpiece that Lady Gaga's probably already calling someone about buying as we speak.
The men in the movie aren't too hard to look at either. "The Social Network" star Hammer looks every bit the handsome prince, even in some absurd top hats and puffy sleeves, while Snow White's seven dwarves are a bit more badass than the norm, sporting some intense headgear as they go about their favorite non-princess-related activity: stealing. Nathan Lane gets the short end of the stick as the Queen's henchman, Brighton, whose preferred dress includes some questionable neck bows and pin curled hair.
The movie reunites director Tarsem Singh with Ishioka, with whom he previously worked on Jennifer Lopez thriller "The Cell." The movie is scheduled for release on March 16.