Thursday, June 29, 2017


Kristen Stewart (l) and Chris Hemsworth (r) at the Oscars.

The Academy of Motion Picture Arts & Sciences announced their new membership class of 2017 Wednesday afternoon with our SWATH stars making the cut. 

Kristen Stewart and Chris Hemsworth join the largest Oscar voting class which boasts 774 new members representing 57 countries. In the last two years, the Academy has been trying to right the wrongs of a long history of its lack of diversity which the majority of its membership was made up of older white males. 

Stewart has been in the entertainment business as a child actress starring alongside some of the best actors in the business (Robert DeNiro, Jessie Eisenberg, Julianne Moore, Alec Baldwin, Jodie Foster, Forest Whitaker, Jared Leto, James Gandolfini, Melissa Leo and more).  As a teen, Stewart starred in Twilight which is one of the most successful non-comic book blockbuster film series in history. 

Since the release of the Snow White and the Huntsman in 2012, Stewart has gone back to her indie roots where she has been a part of many critically acclaimed performances in films such as Clouds of Sils Maria (which she won a French Oscar for Best Actress), Still Alice, Woody Allen's Cafe Society and Personal Shopper where she teamed back up with her 'Sils Maria' director Oliver Assayas.  She was recently lauded at this year's Cannes Film Festival with her directorial debut of the short film Come Swim which she also wrote. 

Hemsworth has maintained his more commercial big budget film roots in films such as the successful remake of Ghostbusters, Blackhat, In the Heart of the Sea and the SWATH pre-quel/sequel The Huntsman: Winter's War

He continues his appearance as Thor in the Marvel films The Avengers: Age of Ultron and Dr. Strange along with his upcoming sequels Thor: Ragnarok and Avengers: Infinity War

In one of his rare indie appearances, critics gave him praise in his role as the Formula 1 race car driver James Hunt in the biopic Rush directed by Ron Howard. 

As two of Hollywood's top young talents, their membership in the Academy is well-deserved and will give more youthful insight into the Oscar voting. Congratulations to them both. Now vote vote vote!

For the complete list of invites click here.

Source: AMPS

Tuesday, May 30, 2017


Kristen Stewart wrote & directed the film short 'Come Swim' (Refinery 29) & Chris Hemsworth starring in
'Thor: Ragnarok' (Marvel); 

On May 28, 2011, this site went online to support the Universal Pictures film Snow White and the Huntsman which is known by fans as "SWATH". 

The film's box office success spawned the sequel/prequel The Huntsman: Winter's War [sans Stewart].

Since SWATH's release, we have seen the cast and crew continue to prosper with various projects which they starred, wrote, produced and even directed. From blockbuster films to critically acclaimed television shows, they have shown a range of talent second to none.
 Both Nick Frost and Eddie Marsan show off their best in television. Photo 1: Frost (r.) taps into his comedic side in 'Into the Badlands' (AMC) while Photo 2: Marsan hits on his compelling drama skills in 'Ray Donovan' (Showtime)

The site will continue to tweet out some of the latest updates about the cast and crew in order to keep fans informed and support their latest work. Fans will also be updated with features to take a more intricate look at their work since the film's release.  And on the side, we will chat about other things for fun as well. 

Johnny Harris stars in his loose autobiographical film 'Jawbone' (Emu)

So thank you for your continued support for over 6 years.  Keep a look out on Twitter to see what your favorite cast or crew member is working on next.

Always have to give thanks to Editor/Writer Cheermom who was a huge part of the operations during the pre and post release of SWATH. I couldn't have done this without her. Love her dearly. 
Also thanking all others who helped along the way.

Founder, Editor-in-Chief & Writer
The Enchanting Beauty

Snow White and the Huntsman Fansite

Monday, February 27, 2017


Colleen Atwood giving her Oscar acceptance speech.

She did it! SWATH's costume designer Colleen Atwood won her 4th Oscar Sunday evening at the 89th Academy Awards ceremony held at the Dolby® Theater in Los Angeles, California.

Atwood clearly was surprised as she walked briskly to the stage to accept the golden statute for Best Costume Design. Singer/Song Writer/Oscar nominee Sting predicted she would win. 

More after the break

Monday, June 6, 2016


Universal Pictures is set to distribute Kristen Stewart's Personal Shopper in international markets, according to Variety.

"Scandinavia, Latin America and Eastern Europe are among the regions where Universal Pictures Home Entertainment Content Group will distribute the film next year. It will be made available in movie theaters, on DVD, via digital download and TV." 

Stewart reunites with Clouds of Sils Maria director Oliver Assayas. Stewart became the first American actress to win the Cesar, the French equivalent to the Oscar, for the film.  

Personal Shopper received a nearly 5-minute standing ovation when it premiered at Cannes with the Best Director award going to Assayas.

Personal Shopper is about a young American Woman in Paris played by Stewart, "who makes her living as the personal shopper for a celebrity. In the backdrop, Maureen starts to suspect she may possess psychic powers like those of her recently deceased brother when she starts receiving messages from an ambiguous source."

No U.S. distributor or release date has been announced to date.

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