While the first 'Snow White' film hasn't even opened in the U.S. theaters yet, Stewart gushes that she can't wait to do the follow-up movie because 'it's very worthwhile and it's a good movie.'
"Snow White and the Huntsman" is still days away from its theatrical release in the U.S., but Kristen Stewart has already gushed about the possibility of her working on its sequel. Speaking to E! News, the 22-year-old actress admitted that she looks forward to making another "Snow White" movie.
"I would do it in a heartbeat," the Los Angeles-born beauty enthused. "I know with the people involved it would only be done [because] it's very worthwhile and it's a good movie." She added, "We wouldn't just be cashing in."
Stewart went on admitting that doing "Snow White and the Huntsman" was not as stressful as working on the "Twilight Saga" film franchise because she didn't have to sign any contract to return to the follow-up movie. "We don't have to do it," she said. "That's the coolest thing. There's no pressure. But to be able to expand on this would be awesome."
During the chat, the brunette beauty confessed that she wasn't even a fan of Snow White tale when she was younger. "I wasn't into any of the princess ones, which I'm sure isn't much of a surprise," she said. "I loved The Jungle Book and Robin Hood and stuff more like that."
Though so, the "On the Road" actress revealed that she had watched Snow White movie before she began filming the Rupert Sanders-directed fantasy flick. "I had to rewatch it before we went off to shoot. Not so much as a reference, but more for fun," she admitted.
"Snow White and the Huntsman" offers a twisted story of the classic Brother Grimm tale. This movie features the fair-skinned princess as a tough woman who fights and defends herself against Evil Queen Ravenna under the guidance of the Huntsman, who was initially hired to kill her.
Discussing her warrioress character with Interview magazine, Stewart recently said, "There's so much about Snow White has been deprived of in terms of having the proper time to really develop and hone who she is."
"She's put in jail at the beginning of her life, so she's a stunted person," she added. "She has a really idealized concept of what the world is... and there is this debilitating isolation that she feels because she has been locked away in a little cell for seven years. And I can kind of relate to that."
Also starring Charlize Theron as Ravenna and Chris Hemsworth as the Huntsman, "Snow White and the Huntsman" will make its way out onto cinemas nationwide on June 1. In anticipation of the film's release, Universal Pictures unveils another clip from the pic via MTV. It shows Snow White revealing her identity as the King's daughter when she's held captive by the Dwarves.