The new Snow White movie is sure to be a visual feast, since it's directed by Tarsem Singh, responsible for vivid and surreal films like The Fall and The Cell. Lilly Collins (daughter of Phil), who plays the fairest of them all, exclaims,"I keep saying to everyone I feel like I'm walking into a snow globe, a fairy tale, every single day… It's so epic. I was part of a costume ball today, so you can only imagine the outfits." (This project is not to be confused with the other Snow White film starring Kristen Stewart. That should be… interesting.)
The king, Snow White's father, will be played by Sean Bean, aka Ned Stark from Game Of Thrones. The Social Network's Armie Hammer plays the prince; Julia Roberts plays the evil queen. Collins tells Entertainment Weekly that the fairytale will stay true to its fantastical roots, but has been updated slightly: "[Snow White is] very much that fairy tale princess we've all read about in books. [But] she's been modernized in a way that she becomes a fighter in the end." No word on what the dwarves will be all about.