The gloves are on...
Tarsem Singh director of the "unnamed" Relativity version of "Snow White" threw a punch in this weeks Entertainment Weekly in the direction of the production of Universal's "named" version, "Snow White and the Huntsman".
EW: Both movies have claimed distance from the other, with Universal’s film more of a dark action-adventure and Relativity’s a more fanciful, family-friendly fairy tale.
Singh: “They’re so far behind us, there’s no point in watching it,” Tarsem says, unable to resist a little trash-talk. “It’s a different type of film.”
Yes, he said SWATH is NOT worth watching. EW did not report that the director was joking either.
Well, People Magazine released pictures of movie stills of Relativity's "unnamed Snow White" film. Although SWATH is still filming, we will give the fans a chance to compare, as best as possible, pictures of each character and you tell us whose version is worth watching. You can read the rest of EW's article here.
By the way, is that a [Bella] swan on top of Lily's [Collins] head? Definitely worth watching.
Here are a couple pictures of SWATH's 'Snow White'.
HOW ABOUT THE "HENCHMEN". RELATIVITY'S NATHAN LANE AND SWATH'S CHRIS HEMSWORTH