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    May 18, 2011

    NOW WE HAVE TO DEAL WITH TWO SNOW WHITE MOVIES NEXT YEAR


    The one rare occurrence in the Hollywood is to allow two simultaneously production of similar themes to go on at the same time. While this isn't a new phenomenon considering we used to have the similar circumstances back in 1998, we are actually having the same circumstances going on next year. If 1998 was the year when two premises about meteor impacts hit the theaters, 2012 will be the year of Snow White. The latest news when Universal Studios have decided to move their version just weeks before another one that is set up at Relativity Media, sets a new heating competitiveness between the two projects, or else I would said it is now becomes rivalry.

    Now here's a look on the comparison between the two Snow White projects.

    THE BROTHERS GRIMM: SNOW WHITE
    Studio: Relativity Media
    Genre: Drama/Fantasy
    Director: Tarsem Singh
    Release Date: 29 June 2012
    Casts: Lily Collins (Snow White), Julia Roberts (Evil Queen), Armie Hammer (Prince Andrew Alcott)
    Plot: A dark twist on the classic fairy tale, in which Snow White and the seven dwarfs look to reclaim their destroyed kingdom.

    VERSUS

    SNOW WHITE AND THE HUNTSMAN
    Studio: Universal Pictures
    Genre: Action/Adventure/Fantasy
    Director: Rupert Sanders
    Release Date: 01 June 2012
    Casts: Kristen Stewart (Snow White), Charlize Theron (Evil Queen), Chris Hemsworth (The Huntsman)
    Plot: A huntsman is ordered to take Snow White into the woods and kill her but instead he chooses to let her go and the two are evidently chained together for part of the movie as they make their escape.

    Confused? So do I. I can see myself having some difficulties identifying and differentiating them at the moment. It looks like the release dates of both of the projects look intense, probably one of the project might need to change it again to avoid the competition. At this rate, Tarsem Singh's version is on the loss. So call what ever it is, it is still an act of war to me. So tell me, are you interested in Tarsem Singh's version or Rupert Sander's one? Worst of all, you might not be at interest on both at all!
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