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New 'Snow White' Trailer Takes Kristen Stewart to Magical Woods

March 20, 2012 (1:44 am) GMT
In the fresh 'Snow White and the Huntsman' sneak peek, Stewart's lead character is seen showing off more of her fighting skills as she runs to the woods to get away from Charlize Theron's Evil Queen.

The new trailer for "" has arrived. Being narrated by 's Queen Ravenna, the trailer is stuffed with plenty of fresh footage that expose stunning visual effects. Also in the sneak peek, 's Snow White is seen showing off more of her fighting skills in addition to letting out her inner lovely princess as she meets magical creatures in the woods.

In the upcoming twisted fairy tale movie, Stewart portrays a warrioress version of the fair-skinned princess. While the Grimm story presents Snow White as a lovely-singing princess, this movie features the female royal as a tough woman. Having the ability to fight and defend herself, she battles the beauty obsessed Evil Queen under the guidance of the Huntsman, who was originally hired to kill her.

Working as the helmer for "Snow White and the Huntsman" is Rupert Sanders with scribe trio Hossein Amini, Evan Spiliotopoulos and Evan Daugherty providing the script. Joining Stewart and Theron in the casting department are as the titular Huntsman, as Prince William, as well as Noah Huntley and Liberty Ross as Snow White's parents.

Universal Pictures has set June 1 as the day when the retelling pic opens in theaters across the U.S.


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