Liberty Ross, the woman married to the director douche that Kristen Stewart snogged, is obviously and justifiably pissed. She posted this photo to her Instagram today, which depicts a drunk and crying Snow White (the role Stewart portrayed in the film Sanders directed — in which Ross also played her mother), writing, “Not so pretty or so pure after all….” Ouch. I do hope she’s saving up most of her ire for that shitbird husband of hers though… [via The Gloss]
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Liberty Ross, Wife Of Rupert Sanders, Uses Instagram To Express Her Displeasure With Kristen Stewart
I first realized that Charlize Theron would be the perfect Evil Queen from “Snow White” when I saw her in “Young Adult.” Wildly different movies in every way, no doubt, but the main takeaway? Theron knows how to play a vile bitch with such delicious and riveting energy that you almost root for her. And Queen Ravenna in the upcoming “Snow White and the Huntsman” (opening this weekend!) is as detestably evil as they come. The film is already getting good reviews from outlets like New York mag and I wouldn’t be surprised if Theron was recognized come awards season. Check out our three interviews with the actress above! Keep reading »
Kristen Stewart and Co. are doing the press rounds for “Snow White and the Huntsman,” so naturally there’s loads of fashion fodder to go around. The cast turned out for a photo call in Berlin today, and while Kristen’s dress was certainly less ostentatious than her risky look for the world premiere, the long Derek Lam sheath she chose was a bit of a deviation from the fashion norm. For me, the pattern errs on the side of Hot Topic, but it could just be the thick chained belt that’s eclipsing my vision. I have to say I love the fit of this dress, and while I’m not usually partial to a checkerboard pattern, I think the edgy look could have worked fabulously on punky Kristen had she shed the wide belt. I know you guys preferred Charlize’s look yesterday, but how is this red number working for you? [Just Jared]
“Snow White and the Huntsman” is poised to be one of the biggest blockbusters of the year, and it owes the pre-release fanfare not only to its subject (it is Snow White, after all) but also to its key cast of bonafide eye candy: Kristen Stewart (hot), Chris Hemsworth (hotter), and Charlize Theron (hottest).
Costume designer Colleen Atwood created the dynamic showstopping costumes for Charlize Theron, Kristen Stewart and the like in the new movie, “Snow White And The Huntsman,” and in this exclusive video, she shows the costumes from the movie, and explains the motivations for all of her design decisions. Watch, and don’t forget to check out “Snow White And The Huntsman,” out on June 1!
Some of the most interesting characters in classic fairy tales (many of which have been translated into Disney films) are the “evil” queens, sorceresses, and crones who are at odds with the precious heroines. For example, in the upcoming film, “Snow White and the Huntsman,” Charlize Theron’s evil Queen Ravenna is so delightfully dark yet glamorous, that we’re already asking, “Uh, Snow White, who?” Seriously, characters like Ravenna, Cinderella’s evil step-mother, the sea witch from “The Little Mermaid,” Maleficent in “Sleeping Beauty,” and Gothel in “Rapunzel” are what give fairy tales their edge — but the question is, which one are you most like? Keep reading »
Mirror, mirror, on the wall. Who’s the fairest of them all? The Mirror never lies and in “Snow White & The Huntsman,” Queen Ravenna’s mirror ignites her fury when he reveals that “there is another destined to surpass” her beauty. Snow White, duh. In preparation for the movie’s release on June 1, we’re giving you a little insight into the backstory behind some of the key characters in our “Not Your Children’s Fairy Tale” video series. In this retelling of “Snow White,” the Mirror actually plays a much bigger role than simply judging who’s the hottest in the land — here’s what you need to know! Keep reading »
One of the many reasons why I’m psyched to see “Snow White and the Huntsman” is that it actually seems to be as dark as the original Brothers Grimm fairy tale was written. While the story has been Disney-fied in a couple incarnations, “Snow White and the Huntsman” is a seriously grim and disturbing story — exactly the way it should be! In preparation for the movie’s release on June 1, we’re going to be giving you a little insight into the backstory behind some of the key characters in our “Not Your Children’s Fairy Tale” video series. We’ve already told you about how evil Queen Ravenna (played by Charlize Theron) is out to eat Snow White’s heart so she can attain immortality, but why is our heroine such a threat to her anyway? Here’s some background on Snow White herself. Keep reading »
One of the many reasons why I’m psyched to see “Snow White and the Huntsman” is that it actually seems to be as dark as the original Brothers Grimm fairy tale was written. While the story has been Disney-fied in a couple incarnations, “Snow White and the Huntsman” is a seriously grim and disturbing story — exactly the way it should be! In preparation for the movie’s release on June 1, we’re going to be giving you a little insight into the backstory behind some of the key characters in our “Not Your Children’s Fairy Tale” video series. In this first episode, get to know Queen Ravenna, played by Charlize Theron, who must eat Snow White’s heart in order to achieve immortality and continue to rule the kingdom forever. Keep reading »
The premiere of “Mirror Mirror,” one of two upcoming Snow White movies, was a lavish affair with all kinds of costumed characters wandering the red carpet. Lily Collins (pictured at left), who plays Snow White, showed up in a gorgeous gown and raspberry lips, while Julia Roberts, who plays the evil queen, wore a basic black suit with a pink blouse underneath. There’s nothing wrong with her outfit, per se, and she certainly looks glowy and gorgeous, but she seems a bit dressed down for such a fun, colorful event (I mean, seriously, check out the guy on the far left–he’s killing it!). So, what do you think? Is Julia’s look simple and chic or just plain boring?