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UPDATE: Okay, everyone just hold their horses. Kristen Stewart might be in the "Snow White and the Huntsman" sequel, and she might not be. Universal has issued the following statement:
"We are extremely proud of 'Snow White and the Huntsman' and we're currently exploring all options to continue the franchise. Any reports that Kristen Stewart has been dropped are false."
Since "all options" are being explored, might we suggest "Snow White and Snow White," starring K.Stew and Lily Collins? You know you'd go see it. Get More »
It's a sad day in "Twilight"-land. What began as a buzzy rumor has now turned into an all-out media flurry, with Kristen Stewart and "Snow White and the Huntsman" director Rupert Sanders at the center of it all.
It started last night when US Weekly boasted nabbing some paparazzi photos which reportedly showed Kristen Stewart in the middle of a rendezvous with Rupert Sanders in Los Angeles on July 17th.
Sanders, 41, is married to actress-model Liberty Ross, who starred as Kristen Stewart's character's mother in "Huntsman" (Sanders also has two children with Ross), and Stewart, 22, has been dating her "Twilight" co-star Robert Pattinson since around the time "New Moon" was filmed in 2009. Get More »
She's played a love-struck teen, a vampire mom and a fairytale heroine, but Kristen Stewart has is about to begin her freshest role yet: fashion muse.
The "Snow White and the Huntsman" star is trading her medieval armor for modern couture as the official face of Balenciaga's newest fragrance, Florabotanica, which hits shelves this September, Women's Wear Daily reports.
The pairing seems like a match made in heaven to us, as Stewart tends to typify the edgy elegance of the brand. Apparently, the fashion house's head designer, Nicolas Ghesquière, shares our sentiments. The designer first noticed Stewart in "Panic Room" and a photo shoot for "Interview" magazine that followed.
"I remember thinking, 'Wow, I would love to do something with her one day.' She's so Balenciaga," he said. Get More »
"Snow White and the Huntsman" ate the juicy heart out of its competition on opening weekend with a cool $56.3M, and if the buzzing bees in Hollywood are to be believed, Uni is already working behind the scenes to get another "SWATH" rolling. Get More »
Kristen Stewart has done it again, as Film.com is reporting that the "Twilight" superstar's latest epic, "Snow White and the Huntsman," crushed the competition at the box office, earning an impressive $56.3 million over the weekend.
That was nearly double the amount of second place finisher "Men in Black 3," which brought in $29.3 million. "The Avengers" finished in third place, which is fitting considering its $20.3 million take was enough to move the film into third place on the all-time box office charts both domestically (passing "The Dark Knight" with $552.7 million) and internationally (passing "Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows: Part 2" with $1.346 billion).
For the full box office chart, head to Film.com.
The beautiful princess looking for love, the evil stepmother thwarting her every move, the handsome prince who comes to her rescue -- all are classic fairy tale characters that have come to life on the big screen, ever since the invention of movies.
"Snow White and the Huntsman" is just the latest cinematic re-telling of a classic fairy tale, following closely on the heels of the similarly Snow White-centric "Mirror Mirror." These types of films may be experiencing a renaissance, as there are many more movies based on fairy tales in the pipeline, with top talent attached. Here's a look at what's coming to a movie theater near you. Get More »
The "Twilight" gang has stayed plenty busy since launching straight into the cultural zeitgeist four years ago, and some of the franchise actors have had much more luck than others when it comes to scoring impressive and interesting roles.
One nabbed an Oscar nom, two had films in competition at Cannes this year, and another headlines an exciting new J.J. Abrams series this fall. Others have endured critical and box office flops, straight-to-DVD blunders and yes, even a Razzie "win."
Until this weekend, though, none have stretched their legs into new series territory -- but Kristen Stewart really puts her box-office muster to the test as she moves from the damp world of Forks into the clutches of Ravenna's evil queen-dom for "Snow White and the Huntsman." In celebration of her second franchise bid, we take a look at what all of the "Twilight" kids have been up to since first making their mark on modern pop culture not too long ago.
I've seen "Snow White and the Huntsman" and I'm here to tell you that, when you factor in the free air conditioning, it is not the worst way to spend two hours. (This may not apply to readers in Alaska.)
The film is beautiful to look at, ends big and features a hallucinogenic mushroom that makes you think your hands are melting off. (Faaaaaaar out.)
In "Snow White and the Huntsman" you get to spend time with Thor (he's got an axe this time, not a hammer), seven of your favorite British "That Guys" shrunk down to dwarf size (hey, it's a mini Al Swearengen) plus Charlize Theron talking to the wall. Get More »