Many successful couples say the secret to keeping the fire burning is not spending too much time together so that absence has the chance to make the heart grow fonder. Kristen Stewart, however, apparently didn't get the memo.
'Snow White and the Huntsman' has a lot going against it. It's the second 'Snow White' movie to come in just a few months ('Mirror, Mirror' hit theaters in late March), it's attempting to put a modern, action-movie spin on the classic fairy tale, and it stars Kristen Stewart, an actress frequently criticized for her wooden line readings.
Yet despite all this, we can't help but think 'Snow White' looks pretty damn good.
Although there is no official release date for the Walter Salles adventure-drama 'On the Road' doesn't mean that they should keep quiet, twiddle their thumbs and wait for a deal to come through. Instead MK2 Productions released five new posters for the movie that shows off some of their impressive cast.
Summit Entertainment understands how to tease ‘Twilight’ fans.
First, there was a 13-second clip for the upcoming ‘The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn, Part 2.’ Then, as promised, the studio dropped a longer tease … which basically used footage from the initial 13-second video. And when I say longer, I really mean that the new teaser runs a scant 49 seconds, and hardly shows us much. Judge for yourself:
When it comes to dueling Snow White stories, who’s the fairest of them all? Right now, it’s no contest. ‘Snow White and the Huntsman’ has defeated ‘Mirror Mirror’ as the can’t-miss fairy tale adaptation of 2012, thanks to spot-on casting and action-packed teasers like the latest full trailer that recently reached the web.
The first trailer for 'On the Road', Walter Salles' feature adaption of Jack Kerouac's famous autobiographical novel of the same name, has just been released. Starring Sam Riley ('Control') as Kerouac's alter ego, Sal Paradise, Garrett Hedlund ('Tron: Legacy') as his new pal Dean Moriarty (the fictionalized version of Neal Cassady), and Kristen Stewart as Moriarty's 16-year-old wife, the story follows them on their impromptu road trips throughout America from 1947 to 1950. During their journey, they start to change and understand who they are - self discovery if you will. Also starring in the film is Kirsten Dunst, Viggo Mortensen and a Saxophone-playing Terrence Howard ('Iron Man').