Snow White and the Huntsman to be first in a trilogy

In the battle of the duelling Snow White flicks, Rupert Sanders’ Snow White and the Huntsman just scored another victory! Producer Joe Roth has told Coming Soon ‘Huntsman‘ will be the first film in a planned trilogy.

Roth revealed that although the story in the first film will end, there will be questions left lingering about the fates of the three leads, which include Kristen Stewart’s Snow, Chris Hemsworth’s Huntsman and Charlize Theron’s Evil Queen.

Although any sequels will be dependent on the success of the first film, news of an intended trilogy indicates studio Universal have some faith in the project (also, they could really use a franchise).

Roth also shared some details on Stewart’s character:

“She starts out not a damsel in distress, but innocent, and after 11 years of imprisonment by the Evil Queen, she escapes and learns the ways of a warrior in the woods.”

SWATH (which is an awesome abbreviation) also stars a bunch of talented dudes as the Seven Dwarves, and begins shooting next month.

There have been no new developments regarding Tarsem Singh’s The Brothers Grimm: Snow White.

Discuss: Would you be willing to invest in another Stewart-led film series after Twilight?

One Response to “Snow White and the Huntsman to be first in a trilogy”

  1. If she shows animation, interest, different facial emotions and a real connection to those she’s working with then yes. I don’t want to write her off because she is a welcome change to the cheesy in your face actresses all posing at awards functions at any given moment. However if she pulls that one-face stoner look again though….I won’t be as forgiving.

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