Chris Hemsworth Is Kristen Stewart’s New Shirtless Love Interest In ‘Snow White’

Friday, May 13 by
 

The Twilight formula is Kristen Stewart acting twitchy and weird opposite a guy who looks good shirtless. So it makes sense that for Stewart’s latest role, as Snow White in Snow White and the Hunstman, she’ll have mighty, muscular Thor‘ target=’_blank’>Thor-2′ target=’_blank’>Thor to make-out with on screen. Tween girls, start your screeching.

Chris Hemsworth was chosen to play The Huntsman in the 9 bazillionth Snow White movie currently in development. He’ll join a cast that includes Stewart and Charlize Theron. In Universal’s version of the fairy tale, The Huntsman is sent to kill Snow White by the evil queen (Theron), but ends up protecting her instead. Yeah, no one pushes The Might Thor around, except in all the scenes where Thor gets pushed around. (Deadline)

COMMENTS

  1. May 13, 2011 9:32 pm

    li

    You obviously know nothing about this film, great reporting.  Expect nothing less from screenjunkies. 


  2. May 13, 2011 9:32 pm

    Mello

    It is obvious that this site has another editors but I can’t understand how the administrators can let a person as Geoffrey Golden write any article. This is bad for the site credibility and to this becoming a respected publication.

    The guy is generally low level, prejudiced and a narrow mind. He always talk trash and is not funny at all!

    He shows in each of his articles that he knows nothing about the business, about acting and films. He only goal is to have hits in his articles.

    OMG! What a loser!

    What I wanted was to read a intelligent and insightful article, not one prejudiced and ignorant person!

    Shame on you! 


  3. May 13, 2011 9:32 pm

    bananabanger

    You should spell check your posts for increased credibility. I agree completely with all of your comments, the author of this article is doing a disservice to all on the internet.

    I believe he feels his articles are loaded with wit and irony, but in reality they are poorly thought out insults and snide remarks that should be left in the opinion column of a high school newspaper. 

    Way to lower intellectual standards screen junkies! Maybe you can hire me? I will make snarky, poorly thought out, and unsupported statements for food. And not even expensive food, I’ll work for sandwiches.


  4. May 13, 2011 9:32 pm

    Mello

    Thanks for the tip of the spell check, but it is really difficult for me because English is not my first language. I really try to write it correctly but not always I get it. So… give me some slack, okay?