So, you just saw Snow White and the Huntsman...ready for a sequel? If so, you're in luck. It seems that a sequel is already in the works. But what do add onto a movie that has an ideal ending? How can you make a sequel after that--add a new enemy?
Just as expected, Rupert Sanders is doing something a little unorthodox. He hasn't divulged the details of the plot yet, but he has said that the sequel will deal with corruption of power:
"I think the corruption of power would be the second one. I think we've created this very chaste girl who's got to this position and now she's in this position of supreme power," he said. "We wanted to be contemporary with the theme here and I think in the next film we'll do the same. There's so many example…
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After gazing at those fantastic trailers, we finally saw Snow White and the Huntsman open in theaters. We had a bunch of questions: would we be able to shake our image of Kristen Stewart as Bella from Twilight? Would Charlize Theron be scary enough? Would the story live up to the great amount of visual effects we saw in the trailers? Finally, those questions are answered.
There haven't been any positive reviews for Snow White and the Huntsman but if they appear they will be featured here.
Score: Rotten, 52%
"Sanders creates some wonderfully evocative visuals, but they're just fleeting moments of beauty that can't compensate for the slow, tedious story."- Josh Bell
"Sanders has approached a classic fairy tale with a few strong visual ideas and …
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