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The follow-up to the comedy musical has Kay Cannon returning as the scribe, as Universal is 'actively working' on the next 'Bourne' film in addition to planning the 'Snow White' sequel.
The Snow White depicter confirms that she will reprise her role in the follow-up movie, enthusing, 'Oh, it's gonna be f***in' amazing."
One of the lovely blue creatures from the Smurfs gang is seen promoting the film solo against a plain white background.
An insider says of the 'Snow White and the Huntsman' sequel project, 'Rupert didn't want to be a part of it to begin with because he is desperately still trying to save his marriage.'
Though hinting that the sequel project might still be developed despite her personal issue with Rupert Sanders, Kristen states that 'no one's positive or anything.'
'Any reports that Kristen Stewart has been dropped are false,' so Universal Pictures confirms, clarifying rumors that the 'Twilight' star is kicked out of the 'Snow White and the Huntsman' trilogy.
Still, the studio says that Kristen may make an appearance in the follow-up movie, which has now been transformed into a standalone film for Chris Hemsworth's character.
Alice, along with Ada Wong and Leon Kennedy, gets involved in a frontal combat against legions of flesh eating Undead in an apocalyptic world.
'The Twilight Saga's Breaking Dawn Part I' dominates the movie category with 11 nods while 'The Vampire Diaries' leads the TV land with nine.
Supporting The Little People of America's complaint about Rupert Sanders' decision to cast normal-sized actors as the dwarfs, Davis claims that the casting is 'not acceptable.'
Chris Hemsworth also chimes in on the possibility to pen 'Snow White 2' script, joking, 'Everyone just closes their eyes and start scribbling and then whatever's on that page, [that's the script].'
The Kristen Stewart-starring movie opens strong with an estimated $56.3 million cume, snatching the crown from last week's champion 'Men in Black 3'.