KANSAS CITY, Mo. - Kristen Stewart makes the transformation from Twilight to Snow White in Snow White and the Huntsman.
Stewart is joined by Chris Hemsworth (The Huntsman), who's ordered by the evil queen to kill Snow White.
He soon realizes he's incapable of killing the fairest one of all.
Both Snow White and the Huntsman decide to go on their own mission to kill the queen.
"We're not copying something. We're not imitating something. It's like we're making a new fairytale and it's so worthy of the word", said Kristen Stewart.
British director Rupert Sanders is the man behind this action flick.
He's known for his commercials overseas and this is his first ever feature film.
It's surprising a cast like this is on board with someone who has no experience in Hollywood at all.
But in a year where no-names are making their big start, this new Snow White just might surprise you.
"It is like nothing I've been apart of. It really is. It is epic in scale and it is gorgeous", said Oscar winner Charlize Theron.
In all honesty, this fantasy film does have enough to take down Men In Black III at the box-office this weekend.
Not only is it filled with red-hot stars like Theron and Hemsworth, but it also has some of that fairytale magic; enough to take this one to the top... just for one weekend.
Snow White and the Huntsman is rated PG-13.
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