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Check out new 'Snow White and the Huntsman' photos

We already went on record about our anticipation for June 1’s Snow White and the Huntsman arriving in theaters. Happily, here are a few more photos to look at to tide us over till then.

Here’s Kristen Stewart as Snow White: 

And again in some pretty tough-looking armor astride a horse. “I don’t even like the dynamic between rider and horse,” Stewart told EW. “It’s like, I don’t want to boss the guy around!”  

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Image Credit: Universal Pictures

NEXT PAGE: Charlize Theron as the Queen and Chris Hemsworth as the Huntsman!

The rival Snow White films: Other than a name, do they have anything in common?

Since the two fairy tale projects were announced in 2010, Snow White and the Huntsman and Mirror Mirror have been expected to battle for the title of fairest Grimm adaptation of them all. Would this be like 1998’s dueling global destruction flicks, Armageddon and Deep Impact, or 1995’s Scottish standoff between Rob Roy and Braveheart? Could there be enough Snow White to go around? As the two movies race to the big screen, it turns out — aside from the name of our heroine — they actually don’t have much in common at all.  READ FULL STORY

'Snow White and the Huntsman' trailer: Charlize Theron will kill to remain a royal 'Young Adult'

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The new trailer for Snow White and the Huntsman — the Snow White movie that doesn’t feature the line “Snow way!” — is a three-minute visual assault. There’s an evil golden mirror-man, and a forest filled with magical ogre creatures and lizard-pixies, and Charlize Theron doing a photo shoot for Holding Your Own Boobs Magazine. Theron also sucks the life out of a young maiden and transforms into a murder of crows. We finally get to hear Kristen Stewart’s fantasy-British accent. Chris Hemsworth growls. And there’s a quick glimpse of Bob Hoskins as a dwarf. Watch the exclusive trailer from Xfinity below: READ FULL STORY

WonderCon: Charlize Theron steals the show while showing off 'Snow White and the Huntsman'

After already vamping up a storm during the WonderCon panel for Prometheus, Charlize Theron was even more feisty when she returned to the third floor ballroom at the Anaheim, Calif. convention center for Snow White and the Huntsman (out June 1). Joined by director Rupert Sanders and costar Kristen Stewart, Theron was not one to mince words when it came to talking about taking on the well-known fairy tale character of Snow White’s Evil Queen. “Everybody has an idea of her,” Theron said with a wry smile, “and there’s something nice about f—ing with that idea.”

Later, a fan pointed out that Theron had just come off one of her darkest roles in her career — as a wannabe home wrecker in Jason Reitman’s Young Adult — by way of saying that she’s “playing evil really, really well.” READ FULL STORY

Three new 'Snow White and the Huntsman' featurettes -- WATCH

Not only can you now check out a sneak peek of the new Snow White & The Huntsman trailer (the full one will debut during Monday’s episode of The Voice) but we’ve got three new featurettes to tide us over till the film hits theaters June 1. Directed by Rupert Sanders, this take on the fairy tale classic stars Kristen Stewart (as Snow White), Charlize Theron (as the queen), Chris Hemsworth (the titular huntsman), and Sam Claflin (the prince).

Each of these mini features are interesting — detailing the (awesome) look of the sets and hearing from Stewart, Hemsworth, Theron, and Sanders about their motivation and what they’re trying to achieve. (Also, we learn who Chris Hemsworth would not want to take on in battle.) Take a look below — and make sure to click through to the end for a sneak peek at the latest trailer. READ FULL STORY

Jack Kerouac, meet Kristen Stewart: 'On the Road' movie debuts trailer

“The only people that interest me are the mad ones.”

Jack Kerouac’s On the Road became an iconic novel to a restless group of young and disenfranchised when it was published in 1957, and close to half a century passed before it became a movie. Maybe it was a mad idea to try.

Kerouac himself wanted Marlon Brando to star in a film, though that was never to happen. Much later, Francis Ford Coppola bought the rights in 1979, but struggled for years to come up with a script. Attempts to get everyone from Brad Pitt to Billy Crudup to star led only to false starts.

It may seem a strange thing, the Beat Generation mixing with the Twilight generation, but without Kristen Stewart signing on to co-star as the teenage bride Marylou, this version of the story directed by Walter Salles (The Motorcycle Diaries) may not have happened either.

See the trailer below … READ FULL STORY

'Snow White and the Huntsman' trailer: Now with a bit more skin

If you were hoping for a shirtless Chris Hemsworth, you’re still out of luck. But a new trailer for the Kristen Stewart-starring Snow White and the Huntman does feature a new shot of Charlize Theron’s Evil Queen disrobing before taking one of her beauty baths. It’s really the only footage you didn’t see in the first teaser. But you know, it’s something.  READ FULL STORY

Robert Pattinson on the 'Breaking Dawn' wedding: 'For some reason, I went into a total Christopher Walken impression'

One of the most anticipated scenes in The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn — Part 1?  The long awaited wedding between Edward (Robert Pattinson) and Bella (Kristen Stewart). And considering how many people went to see the movie in theaters this weekend, plenty of people have now gotten to see the action for themselves. (But for formality’s sake, consider this your official SPOILER ALERT.)

We’ve already told you about why the Iron & Wine song that plays during the ceremony held special significance for some of the cast, but Stewart and Pattinson also tell EW about some of the things audiences didn’t get to see. READ FULL STORY

Kristen Stewart on 'Breaking Dawn' wedding song: 'I just became instantly emotional'

Dedicated Twilight fans might recognize the song that plays during the long-awaited wedding between Edward (Robert Pattinson) and Bella (Kristen Stewart) when they see Breaking Dawn this weekend (if they haven’t seen it already; the film made over $30 million in midnight screenings Thursday night). It’s a special ‘wedding version’ of the Iron & Wine song, ‘Flightless Bird, American Mouth’ that played during the prom scene in the first Twilight movie way back when in 2008. READ FULL STORY

'Breaking Dawn' premiere: Tears, marriage proposals, and the price/perks of starring in 'Twilight'

that I see frequently, that show up a lot, is what I notice the most,” said the actress. “It’s literally been years for some of them now. That is a trip.”

The crisply-dressed cast spent time signing autographs and taking photos with the crowd before entering the theater. “It is just such a blessing to have the number of fans who do the camping thing grow and grow with each movie,” said Kellan Lutz. READ FULL STORY

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