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Both newcomers are unable to take over the top spot from the famous novel-adapted movie, which has crossed a $250 million mark in only ten days after being released in the U.S. cinemas.
The director, who usually creates R-rated films, says he's not interested in giving a dark touch to the retelling movie because once he does that, he would make it a 'really hard R.'
Weighing in on the rumored competition between the two Snow White movies, the actor playing Prince Andrew Alcott in the Tarsem Singh version says, 'We're gonna make so much more money than they are!'
Donning a princess-like tube dress, Collins is joined by Julia Roberts who keeps it simple in a formal blazer as she arrives at the screening event taking place at the Grauman's Chinese Theatre.
After getting shocked as he's attacked by a gang of 'giants' in the woods, Hammer's Andrew Alcott can't help laughing when he finds out that the 'tall men' are actually minuscule.
Criticizing Relativity Media's marketing campaign for his upcoming directorial film, Singh complains, 'The movie looks fantastic and the trailers look so hammily off.'
'Snow White and the Huntsman' producing team are tapped to produce the film right after Sony Pictures acquired scribe Jason Keller's pitch that follows the origin of Vlad the Impaler.
Gushing that landing a role in the Tarsem Singh movie is her biggest achievement, Collins shares that she was intially 'angry' when she was first offered the part since she thought it was only a joke.
The English actor playing Prince William in 'Snow White and the Huntsman' admits that he lost battle to Armie Hammer for the part of Prince Andrew Alcott in the Tarsem Singh fairy tale movie.
The upcoming Snow White film from director Tarsem Singh has been rescheduled to March 16, the same day when 'Wrath of the Titans' and 'The Pirates! Band of Misfits' will open in the U.S. theaters.
Giving a look at plenty of funny scenes, the promo video highlights the fair-skinned princess as she is transformed into a warrioress and taught some fighting skills by the seven dwarves.
This final part of Must Watch Movies compiles movies that will bring laughters like 'Mirror Mirror' and '21 Jump Street', and films that focus on the drama like 'The Hobbit' and 'Breaking Dawn'.