The film features two strong female leads, with Charlize battling Kristen Stewart’s Snow White. The Oscar winner told me the two clicked instantly. “We had amazing chemistry, right off the bat,” she said. “We just really hit it off.”
“We had a great time doing it,” Charlize said of the film. “I hope people enjoy it as much as we did.” Not to worry — we’re pretty sure we’re going to love it.
Have you finally kicked Kristen Stewart’s ass? Has this finally happened or are you going to keep teasing me?
“I don’t really want to talk about it.”
Did it not go well?
“I don’t want to talk about it.”
Talk about it! Something?
“NOOOO! … It’s going to be a surprise. Goddamn it! I give you way too much. People have to pay money to go see the movie and see what happens.”
Tease! We are teasing them!
“She was a good fight. That’s all I’ll say. She was a good fight. Yea. Bitch brought it!
Be sure to pre-order this book from Barnes & Noble! It will give you an inside look to story behind Kristen’s film, Snow White and the Huntsman. The book will go on sale April 17, 2012!
A breathtaking new vision of a legendary tale. Snow White is the only person in the land fairer than the evil queen who is out to destroy her. But what the wicked ruler never imagined is that the young woman threatening her reign has been training in the art of war with a huntsman who was dispatched to kill her.
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“Charlize Theron decides who’s the fairest chef of them all.”
Tune in to Top Chef next Wednesday to see Charlize as a Guest Judge (exclusive footage of SWATH is promised).
Apparently the DJ from the SWATH Wrap Party has a few awesome things to say about our baby girl! She seemed to be having a good time, “dancing with her hands in the air.” This just makes my heart melt! I’m so glad that she was able to let loose and enjoy herself!
That night I was called upon to DJ for the wrap party for the film Snow White And The Huntsman – with its Warhol Factory theme, it was right up my street and an absolutely storming do.
After my first set I bumped into an old friend, Rupert Sanders who directed the film that twists the old Brothers Grimm fairy tale. It stars Kristen ‘Twilight’ Stewart in the title role with Charlize Theron as Queen Ravena.
He then introduced me to Stewart, who, dressed like a young indie kid, I’d completely failed to recognize in the low lights of the club!
But I reckon I redeemed myself: l was the last on the decks and, after mixing Mock and Tuff into Todd Terje’s re-edit of the classic “Horse With No Name” by America, I saw Kristen dancing with her hands in the air. Job done says I.
Mock & Toof:
Todd Terje’s Reedit of “Horse With No Name”:
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After the release of an impressive first trailer, expectations for “Snow White and the Huntsman” shot sky high. All of the sudden, a film that people knew almost nothing about aside from its star-studded cast led by Kristen Stewart and Chris Hemsworth, became one of the most anticipated movies of 2012.
But the question lingers for many fans: can Kristen Stewart carry a film that isn’t “Twilight”? She didn’t speak a word in the trailer, which depended largely on a perfectly evil Charlize Theron to sell the film, and potential Twi-hard backlash could sink “SWATH” before it even hits theaters.
One of Snow White’s trusted dwarves, Nick Frost, assured MTV News that Stewart does more than enough to prove herself.
“It was our last day on Friday, and she has kind of a big rabble rousing speech, and she’s great. She’s fun on set. She’s a fantastic actress,” said Frost while promoting “The Adventures of Tintin.”
Frost feels that people can discount Stewart unfairly because of her previous work, but there are a few things they don’t keep in mind. “I think people forget she’s fairly young still, but she’s dedicated and she wants to do a good job,” he said. “Often, I don’t think people take that into consideration. She’s doing ‘Twilight’ and stuff like that, but she’s dedicated.”
It’s the combination of Stewart’s age and the amount of work that “SWATH” demanded that really left an impression on Frost. “How old is she? Twenty-three, twenty-four?” Frost asked. “I don’t know that many twenty-three or twenty-four year-olds that get picked up at 4 am and work until 10 at night, six days a week. She comes on set smiling and laughing, and she knows her lines.”
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