Snow White and the Huntsman Movie Trailer

November 10, 2011 By:
Snow White and the Huntsman Movie Trailer
Snow White is basically a story about a catty, jealous bitch, right? Well, Charlize Theron takes it to a whole new level in the newly released trailer for Snow White & The Huntsman.

Once again, Theron stuns, not just with her hotness, but also with her Oscar-winning acting skills. The trailer suggests that Theron sucks the beauty out of women and absorbs it for herself. Theron plays the Evil Queen, who can't stand other women being prettier than her. So she asks her mirror the legendary question: "Mirror, mirror, on the wall, who's the fairest of them all?"

And the mirror responds, "You are, but uh, there's kinda someone else who's like, almost as pretty as you." (in so many words). From there, Kristen Stewart, who plays Snow White, is introduced. And I mean, Kristen Stewart is cute and all, but really? Comparable to Charlize Theron? I don’t know about that.

At any rate, the Evil Queen is threatened by Snow White, so she plans to do what all insanely attractive women secretly want to do to girls who are prettier than they are—get rid of them. The Evil Queen hires a huntsman to take Kristen Stewart down.

And, oh my god, it's Chris Hemsworth. He's ripped. Seriously, my abs are sore just looking at his. I mean, those muscles are still throbbing from his last workout.

So the Huntsman asks the Queen, "Why is she of such value?" and instead of whining and saying " Becaaaause! I wanna be the hot one!" the Evil Queen responds: "that is none of your concern."

Chris Hemsworth then asks, "and if I refuse?" Well, that's not gonna happen. The Queen makes it pretty apparent that she'll kill him, and then screams, throwing a royal version of a temper tantrum.

"Lips red as blood, hair black as night. Bring me your heart, my dear," the Evil Queen says.

Girls, stop fighting. You're both pretty!

Judging from the trailer, the flick not only looks awesome, but it’ll be enjoyable for male and female audience members alike. It's certainly not limited to the confines of the dreaded chick flick.

Stewart was originally uncertain about her decision to be a part of the movie, telling MTV News:

"To be totally candid and honest with you, when I first signed on to this thing, the idea of doing another franchise was like, 'Whoa. We'll cross that bridge when we come to it."

But eventually, she changed her mind: "Now I've got stars in my eyes. I'm literally over the moon about what I'm doing right now."

Check out the amazing trailer below. Snow White and the Huntsmen hits theaters June 1, 2012.