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Kristen Stewart Confirms She'll Be Back For The Snow White And The Huntsman Sequel
Over the last six months or so there has been some confusion about whether or not Kristen Stewart would return for the sequel to Snow White and the Huntsman. Following the reveal of the actresses affair with director Ruben Sanders, there was a rumor floated that said she would not be coming back for the second film and...
Rupert Sanders Will Not Direct The Snow White And The Huntsman Sequel
Newly minted film director Rupert Sanders has had a pretty incredible year with some major highs and lows. A celebrated director of television commercials, Sanders made his feature debut this past June with Universal Pictures' big budget action adventure Snow White and the Huntsman. While critics—myself included—panned the film for its nonsensical plot and dour execution...
Kristen Stewart Hasn't Been Dropped From The Snow White Sequel, According To The Studio
It would seem that the situation between Universal Pictures and Kristen Stewart isn't as heightened as it seems. Following recent reports that have surfaced saying that the studio would be making the Snow White and the Huntsman sequel as a spin-off without Stewart, Universal Co-Chairman Donna Langley has issued a statement saying...
Kristen Stewart Won't Be Invited Back For Snow White Sequel
They say that sleeping with the director is a great way to get ahead in Hollywood, but apparently that's not working out so well for Kristen Stewart. It's now being reported that Universal Pictures is scrapping their plans to make a sequel to Snow White and the Huntsman and instead will focus on making a movie about The Huntsman, who was played by Chris Hemsworth.
Snow White And The Huntsman Sequel Moving Forward
Nearly a year before the movie even came out the folks behind Universal's Snow White and the Huntsman were talking about the film as the first of a franchise. In an intervieq producer Joe Roth - who also worked on Disney's Alice in Wonderland - said that the idea was to have Kristen Stewart, Chris Hemsworth and Charlize Theron return for a trilogy of movies as the Snow White, The Huntsman, and Ravenna, respectively.