Universal Pictures have been talking about their plans for upcoming sequels, including the follow-up to Snow White and the Huntsman and a potential new Bourne film.
Kristen Stewart is said to be reprising her role in a sequel to this year's Snow White and the Huntsman while director Rupert Sanders will definitely not be returning to helm the project.
Despite not exactly setting the box office alight, Universal are already looking to produce a sequel to Rupert Sanders' fairytale adaptation, Snow White and the Huntsman.
Earlier this year we saw the release of Mirror Mirror, Tarsem Singh's stylised revisionist takes on the Snow White fairy tale. Now we see the release of Snow White and The Huntsman, which presents the same classic fairy tale filtered through a dark epic.
While Mirror Mirror was a cinematic pantomime with some knowing contemporary wit, it held true to the heart of the story, but Huntsman seems to drown out the story with a lot of re-heated Lord of the Rings.
Yes, that’s right. We have even more new posters for Rupert Sander’s upcoming fairytale re-telling, Snow White And The Huntsman.
A new international poster for Rupert Sanders’ Snow White And The Huntsman has been released this week.
Snow White and the Huntsman isn't due out for another three months but there's already speculative talk of a sequel filtering down from the bigwigs at Universal.
You probably heard that the latest Prometheus trailer was released over the last two weeks, causing a lot of hype for fans of Ridley Scott’s return to the Alien franchise, but that wasn’t the only highly anticipated film to get a new promo video. This week we also look at the latest trailer for Snow White And The Huntsman, a number of first trailers for films including Twilight: Breaking Dawn Part 2, Cosmopolis, and House At The End Of The Street, and also a handful of films that have recently made their debuts at a number of film festivals over the past couple of months. You’re sure in for a treat.
There are two Snow White films coming out this year and this one is definitely the more family-orientated one, compared to the Kirsten Stewart more adult re-imagined version, Snow White and the Huntsman. The attraction here is seeing Julia Roberts playing the wicked queen. In her long and esteemed career, you would struggle to name a role where she plays an out and out villain. It's a role you can clearly see someone like Glenn Close or Meryl Streep playing, but you can see Roberts is clearly repositioning herself away from her America's Sweetheart roles. Whilst she is no Cruella De Vil or Miranda Priestley, she does devour the screen with relish, as she should - this film is meant to be the wicked queen's version of the story.