Snow White and the Huntsman wasn't nearly as bad as we thought it would be. Yes, it starred Kristen Stewart, who is about as wooden as the trees used to put the original tale on paper, but there was a lot of good to be found. If this latest news comes to fruition, we could all be in luck!
It was way back in 2008 that DreamWorks acquired the rights to Ghost in the Shell, intent on producing a live-action feature film adaptation of the popular manga series. Six years later, a director has finally come on board. Read on for details!
Snow White and the Huntsman is notorious for a couple of reasons... Yes, Kristen Stewart engaged in the Lay Heard Round the World when she dallied with married director Rupert Sanders, but more importantly it's the flick in which K-Stew showcased more than one look on her face.
The last time Universal took a crack at making a Van Helsing flick, things went sour, then silly, then abysmal. Given that they've seen the error of their ways, they've actively been searching for a new director to point them in the right direction. That being said...
Starring Kristen Stewart, Chris Hemsworth, Charlize Theron Directed by Rupert Sanders
CONTEST CLOSED! Survive Horror's Scariest Forests and Win a Snow White and the Huntsman: Extended Edition Blu-ray
The deadly "dark forest" has been a horror movie staple for years, and the latest to employ it is Snow White and the Huntsman, which is hitting Blu-ray and DVD on September 11th. Want to check out these wicked woods? Then read on because we have two Blu-rays to give away.
One of the biggest surprises of the year thus far was Rupert Sanders' Snow White and the Huntsman (review here). If you missed it during its theatrical run, you can check out the Extended Edition on home video in September.