Celebuzz and Universal are offering you the chance to win a trip for two to London for the world premiere of Snow White and the Huntsman.
Check out the video up above and see an exclusive message from Kristen Stewart and learn about the contest.
Starting today through April 30, 2012 you have the chance to win this amazing trip. The prize package includes a round trip flight for you and your guest to London from any major US airport, two night’s stay, and two tickets to the red carpet premiere of Snow White and the Huntsman on May 14, 2012.
Go to the Snow White and the Huntsman page right here to enter. From there, use your klout score to get an entry form for your chance to win! Users with Klout scores over 35 will get an automatic entry. If you don’t have klout or have a score or are under 35, share a story on the page to Facebook or Twitter to gain entry for a chance to win.
The winner must have a valid passport and be able to travel to the UK. Both travelers must fly from the same airport on the same flight/date, should be 18 or older, and some rules and regulations apply.
For Snow White And The Huntsman, Kristen Stewart had to learn to ride a horse, and according to stunt coordinator Steve Dent, she caught on pretty well!
This new, behind-the-scenes video featuring the Snow White And The Huntsman stunts debuted on MTV today, and a little bit of Stewart’s work on her film horse was previewed.
Dent said, “She’s done really well, actually. She was very nervous to start with, and she continues to be slightly nervous about it, which is good . . . It means she’s not so gung ho about it and lighthearted or anything stupid, she’s very cautious, but she’s done some lovely stuff . . . She’s very good; she listens.”
Other stuntwork discussed in the clip include the massive fight scenes and donning armor suits.
Head to the video sidebar section to watch!
Snow White And The Huntsman hits theaters on June 1st and features Kristen Stewart as “Snow White,” Charlize Theron as “Ravenna, the Evil Queen,” and Chris Hemsworth as “The Huntsman.”
You can view the ‘Snow White and the Huntsman Behind-The-Scenes MTV video here!
The take is over, and while the crew re-lights the scene, Stewart bounds over for a chat, looking like the true warrior in her chainmail and breastplate. “I was trying to think the other day what films have women in armour,” she muses. Joan of Arc? “Yeah that, and, I guess, Elizabeth, and that’s it.” With the chance to show her mettle, it is little wonder that Stewart jumped at the chance to play such a radical reinvention of the heroine, even if early gossip suggested that she wasn’t interested in taking on the role in the wake of just having finished the Twilight franchise. “That was perpetuated by the idea that I didn’t see myself playing Disney’s Snow White, in the cartoon,” she notes. “But we have stayed so true to who she is, classically, if you read the fairytale. We’re doing a really true rendition of who she is.” Which is? “She’s a character that does truly lack vanity…not to say that everyone is stuck up, but a certain point, you are aware of yourself, and she simply doesn’t have that, which is cool. She’s kind of stunted. She’s a very odd little combination of personality traits. She’s kind of a freak!”
Stewart also liked the duality that her Snow White was given. “It’s cool to play a character that is able to step outside of herself and consider others in an almost supernatural way, but at the same time, knows that she’s human and has those struggles and still fights for herself. She’s just the essential leader. Our Snow White is the definition of what makes a hero…so many of our heroes are assholes. They find pleasure in hurting people. She doesn’t. Yet, she can seriously take care of business.”
With Stewart noting that the film is not taking the story and turning it on its head, Snow White and the Huntsman does follow the original Brother’s Grimm tale closely – for a while, at least – as The Huntsman (Thor star, Chris Hemsworth) is instructed by the Queen to take Snow White into the forest and kill her. The twist comes when he switches allegiances and becomes her protector, even tutoring her in combat and sword-play. Together, they then join forces to bring down the evil Queen. “He’s a comforting presence,” Stewart admits of Hemsworth. “I know his type.”
Stewart was one of several key cast members impressed by this. [regarding the 3 and a half minute trailer, as presented at ComicCon] “That was the first thing that drove me to do the project.” she says. “The story was amazing, but it’s about beauty, so unless it’s beautiful, it’s just not going to make an impact.” Stewart credits Sanders’ desire to collaborate too. “Something that actors always talk about is, ‘Oh, it’s been such a collaboration…we really are a family’, but me and him really are on the same page. We’re a team, and that’s rare…really rare.”
Likewise, there will be blood. “We’re not shying away from the parts that are gruesome, because it makes the parts that are beautiful that much more beautiful,” says Stewart. Beauty, of course, is a key theme in Snow White, revolving around the Queen’s obsession with her own image and being “the fairest of them all”. “It doesn’t mean beautiful, it means fair,” corrects Stewart. “It’s what’s pumping through her veins, rather then what you look like. I don’t know if the Queen is aware of that, at least until the end, and she realises ‘Oh, fair is not necessarily what I thought it was.’”
According to Kristen Stewart, Charlize Theron was doing exactly the same thing. “She is not afraid to take a hit,” says the young actress of her Oscar winning co-star. “She keeps telling me to hit her harder. We’re fairly similar in that we do shut off when the cameras start rolling. Not to totally blow her cover, but we both go into a zone, and it gets fairly dangerous.”
Despite, the undeniable presence and charisma of Chris Hemsworth, this is ultimately what makes Snow White & The Huntsman such a stand-alone: it’s the rarest of Hollywood action movies in that it is led by two strong female protagonists. “It is fairly common to have your story as a woman, even if you’re the protagonist, facilitated by all of the male characters,” says Kristen Stewart, “It’s so rare to have a female lead character being so proactive. She pushers her own story forward, rather then being affected by all of the outside elements. Hopefully we do that, I’m really proud to be a part of something like that. It’s always food for women to feel empowered.”
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