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No new SnowStew scenes but we have our handsome Prince William, Sam Claflin. and the sexy Huntsman, Chris Hemsworth doing the intros.
On the Set: Death in the Throne Room
On the Set: First Battle
Early birthday tribute video for Kristen by the amazing Libenet
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From Empire Magazine, May 2012 issue“I think we’re actually doing quite a classical telling of it,” says Kristen Stewart, who plays Snow White. Although, talking to Empire on the Pinewood Studios, set, she’s not exactly looking like a classical version of the character. Her long, dark hair is pulled back in a functional ponytail and she is dressed in grubby trousers, shirt and a long jacket that looks like it’s been through the machine on ‘sump oil wash’. No wafting skirts or even a hint of anything puffy.
“I don’t think I traditionally knew anything of Snow White other than the Disney version, and that is really quite different from the original story, which is much more [sinister and bloody]. There are obviously real changes to our story, but in terms of who she is, which is very much the innocent, I think we’re really in keeping with the original character.”
Sanders may be captaining the ship, but the thing that’s drawn most attention is its figurehead. Coming off the back of one of the biggest franchises in history, Kristen Stewart had mixed fortunes.On the one hand, Twilight had given her box-office clout and meant she could cherrypick almost any project she liked – her name now probably enough to greenlight a movie. On the other, her fanbase knows her as a romantic lead an almost equally lage group know her as “That girl from Twilight, which I hate”. Her next step was to prove that she can carry a movie that doesn’t have an in-built hyperventilating audience.
“My first reaction was, ‘No Way. I’m not doing the franchise movies,’” Stewart says, coughing through an early winter cold. “I’m used to doing smaller-scale movies. Twilgiht was my first experience of that scale, and I never expected that to be so big. But it’s weird what speaks to you… It certainly wasn’t like (adopts stern voice), ‘What is this going to do for my career?’ The film’s about identity issues and stepping up to the plate. I’m pretty impulsive and it just grabbed me”.
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MTV “Snow White and the Huntsman” doesn’t hit theaters until June 1, but we already have information about the film’s soundtrack — and just who will be involved in it.
Namely, Florence and the Machine, who will channel all their ethereal, otherworldly magic into a brand-new song — called “Breath of Life” — for the “Huntsman” soundtrack. We’ve yet to hear “Breath,” but thanks to the good folks at Universal, we know it’s one of many songs featured on the soundtrack and comes backed by a full orchestra and choir. More of Florence talking about their composition here
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Fear and delirium in Manhattan. "I'm scared" confesses Robert Pattinson.
"Fear for an actor is always a good thing. And he's fantastic, sensational, a great performer" responds indirectly David Cronenberg.
"The script is crazy and difficult," the actor continues.
"I felt he was the right person, I had an intuition. I know that for Robert this is a grand leap" echoes the director.
Distance dialogue between student and teacher, for months busy on the set of their first project together, the big screen adaptation of Cosmopolis, the surreal novel by Don DeLillo. "In the year 2000. One day in April" Thus begins the 24-hour-long odyssey of Eric Packer, a 28- year-old multimillionaire who, after leaving home in his white limousine to go to the barber, gets stuck in the traffic in central Manhattan and is involved in a series of events that will jeopardize his safety and his fortune ... It would be impossible to describe in few words the surreal journey the protagonist takes in a limitless Manhattan, a sort of virtual town where the limo floats like in a social network and chats with other "traces" of humanity. Between tasers, pies in the face, the threat of someone wanting to kill him (both a real person and the symbol of a humanity with no future) and the presence of his mysterious partner, ethereal woman, guardian angel, and constantly betrayed wife. After Crash, Cronenberg continues his exploration of the modern metropolitan world, hallucinated and perverse, with a cast which also includes Paul Giamatti, Juliette Binoche and Mathieu Amalric.
A MOVIE NOT TO BE MISSED to observe the modern world through Cronenberg's crazy look. And because it could be Pattinson's professional 'redemption'.
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