Fresh 'Snow White' Stills Unveil First Look at Julia Roberts as Elegant Evil Queen
First look at Julia Roberts' Evil Queen in Tarsem Singh's "Snow White" has been unveiled in several new stills of the upcoming fairy tale movie. The fresh images present the "Pretty Woman" beauty in a number of glamorous royal attires.
In several photos, Julia is seen donning a massive red gown with white peacock feather details. One of them shows the actress standing in front of her throne while everyone else bows at her. In another picture, she is seen wearing an elegant orange gown while staring at Lily Collins' Snow White straight in the eyes.
Beside Julia's first look, some other photos see Lily's titular character wearing a never-before-seen costume; a white ball gown with a swan tiara. There are additionally pictures of Armie Hammer's Prince Andrew Alcott, Nathan Lane's Brighton and the seven dwarves.
Lily recently shared to PEOPLE about how it feels to work with Julia. "She gave me goosebumps. She played the Evil Queen brilliantly," Lily gushed. "You forget that's really Julia because she's so good. Off camera, she's so down to earth and so sweet. We'd be shooting and she's being extremely horrible to me and once they yell cut, the first thing she says to me, 'Are you okay? I'm sorry, I hate being mean to you'."
In the chat, Lily also talked about her friend Kristen Stewart's version of the fair-skinned princess movie, "Snow White and the Huntsman". Instead of considering Kristen as a rival, Lily sang praises to her. "I'm really excited for Kristen's version and I'm really excited about ours."
The 22-year-old starlet added, "[Singh's fim] really made the fairy-tale story that we love come to life. There's a bit of everything in it. There's romance, lots of action and it's fun and it's a comedic adventure too. There are some dark moments, but really it is the fairy tale story that's been updated and modernized."
To open in theaters in March 16, 2012, "Snow White" is written by Melisa Wallack and Jason Keller. The movie also stars Sean Bean, Robert Emms, Mare Winningham, Michael Lerner and Mark Povinelli.
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