The music video for “Breath of Life” by Florence and the Machine (featuring Kristen Stewart) has been viewed on YouTube over 5,6 million times.

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In case you missed it: ‘Snow White and the Huntsman’ nominated for 2 Oscars

Best Visual Effects:

  • "Life of Pi"
  • "The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey"
  • "The Avengers"
  • "Prometheus"
  • "Snow White and the Huntsman"

Best Costume Design:

  • "Anna Karenina"
  • "Les Miserables"
  • "Lincoln"
  • "Mirror Mirror"
  • "Snow White and the Huntsman"

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People's Choice Awards: Go vote for Kristen!

What do you think of a possible sequel for ‘Snow White and the Huntsman’?

Snow White and the Huntsman special on ASOS

'Snow White and the Huntsman' DVD pre-order information

— Kristen Stewart (x)
I’m not religious. But I talk to myself. There are times when I play certain events as signs when I’m about to do something important and I do not know what the outcome, for example. In those days, when something trivial goes wrong, like dropping something on the floor, I curse and I have the distinct impression that I have a horrible day. Talking to myself is a way to put positive energy in the world. I’m obsessed with it, not to spoil a situation. I think that’s what makes Snow White with her prayers.
SWATH premiere in Australia. More here and here.

SWATH premiere in Australia. More here and here.

— Kristen Stewart
So much for my ‘Snow White’ effect. Not even the bees like me.
— Kristen Stewart
Times have changed and so have fairytales. Snow White is essentially a matriarch and a caretaker in the original story but it was really important to me that she was an action star, too. Not a girl doing an imitation of a dude but a strong woman who kicks arse.

'Snow White and the Huntsman' sequel moves forward

Universal gets rolling on ‘Snow White and the Huntsman’ sequel

EXCLUSIVE: Studios are relying heavily on sequels this summer, but the toughest thing to do is to introduce something new that launches a franchise. It looks like Universal has done that with Snow White And The Huntsman. I’m told that the studio is making all the moves that indicate another chapter is in the offing, and on a fast track.

Universal commenced David Koepp to write the sequel script, which Deadline revealed in late April might happen. The studio is now talking with director Rupert Sanders about a return, after he made his feature directing debut on the first installment. Sanders is interested; he had a great time making the first movie. But unlike most first time directors, he doesn’t have to come back. That’s because Snow White And The Huntsman was sold in an auction by CAA that included a presentation by Sanders of how he was going to shoot the film. Sanders was part of the package, as was producer Joe Roth, and that gave the agency leverage to make a much better deal than a first timer usually gets. The filmmaker is in demand now, but he hasn’t chosen his next film and a sequel might well be it. I understand that the actors in the film have options for two sequels, so that part of the equation shouldn’t be too difficult.

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Box Office: Snow White and the Huntsman passes $100 million Worldwide

Snow White and the Huntsman, which “premiered” last Friday in North America, has already passed the $100 million milestone at the worldwide box office. Directed by feature-film first-timer Rupert Sanders, the period fantasy adventure stars The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn – Part 2‘s Kristen Stewart, The Avengers‘ Chris Hemsworth, Prometheus‘ Charlize Theron, and Pirates of the Caribbean: On Stranger Tides‘ Sam Claflin.

According to Box Office Mojo, as of Tuesday Snow White and the Huntsman‘s partially updated worldwide box-office cume stood at $106.45m. I say “partially” because although domestic box-office figures have been updated daily, international figures are estimates up to Sunday. For the record: Snow White and the Huntsman has taken in $67.15m in the US/Canada and (as of Sunday) an estimated $39.3m in 45 markets.