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Kristen Stewart is the Second Snow White

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The second actress to play Snow White in a Hollywood blockbuster this year has just been revealed as Kristen Stewart. She will star in Universal Studio’s version of the classic fairytale, “Snow White and the Huntsman”. In this version, Charlize Theron will star as the wicked queen. It had been rumored that Selena Gomez would take the leading role in this movie, but Kristen Stewart has been picked instead. The news was just released in the last few hours so no more details are known yet about the Kristen Stewart movie. Of course, we’ll tell you more when we know of it.

The second of the two movies has “Snow White” played by Lily Collins. She is the daughter of British pop star, Phil Collins.  This movie is expected to be a darker tale. In this plot, Snow White helps the seven dwarfs reclaim their destroyed kingdom from the wicked queen, Julia Roberts.

Kristen Stewart, star of the “Twilight” movies and real life girlfriend of co-star hunk, Robert Pattinson, probably needs no introduction. But Lily Collins is best known for her role as Sandra Bullock’s daughter in sporting drama “The Blind Side”. She is said to have impressed bosses at Relativity Media in her audition to play the innocent beauty.

So, there will be two “Snow White movies out in 2012. Is the story strong enough to make two movies from it? Will you go see either one and if so, who are you keener to see as the titular Snow White: Lily Collins or Kristen Stewart?

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