Kristen Stewart Reveals She Was Injured in a Dwarf Fight on the Set of "Snow White and The Huntsman"

November 11, 2011 By:
Kristen Stewart Reveals She Was Injured in a Dwarf Fight on the Set of

After the trailer for Kristen Stewart and Charlize Theron’s new action fairtytale “Snow White and The Huntsman” has debuted, the world over is literally going nuts. I could watch that trailer on loop and it would still be better than “Twilight.”

If you’ve seen the action packed/sword fighting/axe wielding drama that is the trailer for the new Snow White flick, it’s no surprise that Kristen Stewart has been badly maimed as a result of filming the fight scenes in the movie.

Last month, Max Manganello who plays a soldier in the film tweeted that K-Stew got hurt while filming and they had to cancel shooting for the rest of the day.

Now Kristen is revealing that she pulled a ligament in a scene where she was fighting dwarves.

“I got hurt doing a fight scene with dwarves. This ligament pull was really bad. Every day I have bruises all over. It’s full on,” admits the actress.

Basically, don’t f-ck with dwarves. They may be little people, but they don’t mess around.

She adds that this isn’t the Disney version of Snow White, there is no “whistling while you work.” In this version of the film, Snow White is basically an axe murderer and from what we can see from the trailer, she spends the majority of the film carrying heavy artillery.

“Basically, I’m fighting evil – I’m fighting the most evil motherf-ckers – and it’s fine that they’re being killed. It’s anguish. It’s literally f-cking anguish. She takes absolutely no pleasure in ever hurting anything,” admits Stewart.

Kristen thought that she wouldn’t have to do much “acting” (not like she does that anyways…exhibit A: Twilight) but says that during all fight scenes she has to stay in character.

“I’m exhausted right now and I was thinking, ‘The fight stuff is coming up, maybe that won’t be so bad.’ And then I realize that they’re probably going to be my most emotional scenes because I’m killing people and I’m Snow White.”

Now, THAT would be an awesome ride at Disneyland.

She adds, that “Snow White and the Huntsman” is a really gory and violent flick despite the fact that it’s usually a fairytale and being too pretty or something and biting an apple or whatever.

“It’s a really f-cking cool way to approach a movie where so many people die. Not that I’m criticizing violent movies – I love them, generally – but it is nice to do it this way.”

In other news, Kristen Stewart still cusses like a mother f-cking sailor in every interview.