Frank Darabont to Helm 'Snow White' Sequel But No Kristen Stewart

June 26, 2014
Source: The Wrap

Snow White and the Huntsman

Just as was rumored in 2012, it looks like Kristen Stewart won't be back for the sequel to Snow White and the Huntsman for Universal Pictures, meaning the film will focus on a story involving Chris Hemsworth as the other title character. In all honesty, this is probably a better option anyway since Hemsworth has become a bigger star thanks to his role as Thor in Marvel's cinematic universe, and Stewart seemed to hold the first film back a bit (that and a bland story). But maybe we'll get something good since The Wrap also reports The Shawshank Redemption director Frank Darabont will be at the helm this time.

A deal isn't finalized yet but, he's the studio's choice to take the job, beating out Gavin O'Connor (Warrior) and Andy Muschietti (Mama) for the gig. However, a script still has to be finalized, and that might include a cameo for Stewart to pass the torch or fill any gaps in the story. This likely means that the title won't include Snow White, with a focus on the huntsman. One other returning character is said to be that of Charlize Theron as the evil queen, so it'll be interesting to see how she escapes from her magic mirror that she became trapped in at the end of the first film. We're not sure this needs a sequel, but Universal disagrees.

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LOL. I guess Darabont will make it good.

DAVIDPD on Jun 26, 2014


Can't wait to see what girlfriend they hire for him.

OfficialJab on Jun 26, 2014


Bring Stewart back. She honestly was decent in the first one.

Xerxexx on Jun 26, 2014


soooooo it basically has nothing to do with snow white now?

Danimal on Jun 26, 2014


probably one of the worst movies i've ever seen. does not need a sequel.

Linkfx on Jun 26, 2014


So it will be a case of 'put on a bus' or 'sudden sequel death syndrome' for Stewart's character? She'll either be written out/killed off in between movies, or at the beginning of the movie. I'd be okay with that.

Chris Groves on Jun 26, 2014


Yes! I'm so glad she won't ruin the sequel now! She was the worst thing about that last film in my opinion.

SkyNet300 on Jun 27, 2014


Agreed; it does not need a sequel.

gelxxxvi on Jun 27, 2014


My only hope is that Darabont is doing this so he gets to make a pet project. Another King prison movie? Faranheit 451? Well... We can hope right?

denverchris on Jun 28, 2014

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