Though there were rumors that her infidelity would cost her the lead role--in accordance with Universal's longstanding edict that woman not layeth with thine director--Kristen Stewart claims she's still our Snow White in whatever the follow-up to Snow White and the Huntsman is.
Talking to Indiewire about the future of the franchise, Stewart seemed to basically confirm her involvement, saying of the sequel, "Oh, it's gonna be fuckin' amazing. No, I'm so excited about it, it's crazy." Pressed for more information, she stressed she is "totally not allowed to talk about it," but did add, "We've got a really amazing... [smiles] So, yeah. It's all good. [laughs]" Could the studio have found a new director? Could Kristen Stewart have smiled, and laughed?
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