Snow White & the Huntsman by Lily BlakeI did it!! I finished the book before I saw the movie at 5:00pm today.
You know what? I loved the book and the movie. Charlize Theron is a wonderful actress and she went hard as the Evil Queen Ravenna. Chris Hemsworth *Swoon* I love him and as Eric he was perfect. I cant see anyone replacing him. Now onto Snow White... Snow... Oh, Snow... Kristin... Snow... WHY? To be honest I still dont think she brought anything to Snow White. Im sorry Twilighters but she will forever be Bella frickin Swan. I wish they would have gotten Malese Jow. She would have made a wonderful Snow White. The movie was great, I loved the score, all of the actors except for Kristin. I loved her In The Runaways and Panic Room but not as Snow White. I also heard it will be a trilogy. What??? how? and why? The movie ended and everything is well. Why two more movies? how in the fuck will they pull this shit off?? I dont get it. I honestly dont get how there will be two more movies. Its insane.
The novel is a tie-in to the motion picture. What does this mean? it means that the author Lily Blake took the script and worked it into novel form. Lily Blake! you did a spectacular job converting the script into a book. I applaud you tremendously! The book was fast paced, full of action, and I couldnt stop reading it. Why cant more authors write books like this? the character development was perfect, the story line was set, and the writing was freaking awesome. Even though this is a novelization of a movie, it has become one of my favorites of 2012. This book was 220 pages, did you hear that kiddos? 220 pages! not 500, not 900, not 1000, 220 pages. And what a bomb ass 220 paged book that was. If there are any others besides me out there reading this, take pointers from Lilys writing, she knows how to give you everything in a small amount and I hope to read one of her own books soon. This is my opinion, you may hate the book and the movie but that is all you. I enjoyed both but I loved the book more. Also, there are differences with the book and the movie. Some things are explained better in the book and there are more scenes. All thanks to the writer.
Read the book before you see the movie! :)
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This "toss Snow White out of her own sequel to focus on the Huntsman" approach, one that was decided at least in pencil long before the first movie even opened, was a disaster in the making. Sacking Ms. It both appealed to three major female supporting characters in action-ish roles and an emphasis on female gaze-y romance and repelled it was a female-led franchise that became a male-led one the very female viewers it presumably targeted. Even with Jessica Chastain, Emily Blunt, and Charlize Theron offering support, this was a conventional male-led fantasy action franchise installment through-and-through. By tossing Kristen Stewart out of the film, you lost Stewart's somewhat obsessive but usually quite polite in my experience fanbase.
Universal has to split those receipts with theater owners. Critics were not kind. Strong reviews have helped the film show impressive endurance. The financial pain will be alleviated somewhat by other ancillary revenues, such as pay-TV deals and home entertainment sales. Though the losses are steep and a reminder of the financial risks of playing the tentpole film game, Universal could rebound in the coming months. But Edward Burns still dares you to imagine the soothing shade stretching over the nearly identical middle-class homes of a commuter town outside of New York, symmetrically assembled with unexceptional yards rubbing shoulders [
By creating an account, you verify that you are at least 13 years of age, and have read and agree to the Comicbook. During a wide-ranging interview about his career, Avengers: Endgame star Chris Hemsworth delivered a brutally honest take on Huntsman: Winter's War , the second installment in the Snow White and the Huntsman story, in which he reprised his role without the benefit of Kristen Stewart's Snow White. The film was plagued by problems from the start, since the original plan was to make a sequel that included Stewart. Both she and Snow White and the Huntsman director Rupert Sanders cut ties with the film after a scandal erupted shortly after the release of the first film. Apparently, Sanders and Stewart had an affair during production and Sanders's wife was less-than-thrilled about it. Losing one of the film's leads and changing premises between films can't have helped the film find its way I felt like I was in a different movie.
The Huntsman: Winter's War  is a American fantasy adventure film , both a prequel and sequel to Snow White and the Huntsman , it takes place before and after the events of the first film. The film is the directorial debut of Cedric Nicolas-Troyan , who was a visual effects supervisor and second unit director on the first film.
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The film Snow White and the Huntsman was a pretty solid box office success. It was more than enough money to earn a sequel, and that follow-up has finally arrived; The Huntsman: Winter's War , is out on Apr. But will that film conclude the series, or will The Huntsman: Winter's War get a sequel , too? It hasn't yet been determined, but when Snow White and the Huntsman was first announced, the film was expected to be part of a planned trilogy , centering around Stewart's Snow White. But as you may have noticed, Snow White isn't even in Winter's War — so are three films still the case?