January 19, 2012

Rumour Alert! No more Snow White for Kristen Stewart?

Update: According to IMDB Pro, Hailee Steinfeld may be attached to play the Sleeping Beauty lead...

Kristen looks so little here!

Ever since last year's San Diego Comic Con, where SWATH director Rupert Sanders hinted at making a "series" out of the Snow White project, fans have been speculating whether Kristen would be attached to another big budget franchise after the Twilight Saga.

So a friend of mine in "the biz" did a little asking around and it turns out that the same crew are slated to do a version of "Sleeping Beauty" next year!

Although I think this is a cool progression in the series - more so than a Snow White only trilogy - it would almost certainly mean that another actress would be the lead...

Officially, we'll have to wait and see what happens but I'm sure whatever Kristen's future film choices will be solid.

- Lorabell


  1. Well Kristen herself said she would do a series. So I'm going to trust her and not your "source"

  2. @Anon just because she said she would doesn't mean she will. it's a good way to get buzz but I hope she does more Snow White!! I can't wait to see it!!

  3. Also 1 of the dwarfs, I believe Nick Frost, said he had signed on for multiple films (to be determined by how successful the 1st film is). There aren't any dwarfs in Sleeping Beauty.

  4. @Anon 8.05 Oooh really? I'd not read that! Thanks x

  5. anon 805 is indeed correct Nick frost said they were signed on for three films to be greenlit on the success of the first. And I do believe he said they as in cast not just him, interview is posted on robstenation

  6. I think they're confusing Joe Roth, the producer as "the same crew". He's the current producer of SWATH but he's also signed on to be the producer of a new movie based on Sleeping Beauty that stars Angelina Jolie titled "Malifecent". It's being made by Disney though, not Universal. Joe Roth very well may still continue to produce more SWATH movies but that remains to be seen depending on how well it does BO. Does that clear things up a bit?


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