‘Snow White’ screenwriter David Koepp teased a potential story line for the follow-up film — and it ‘doesn’t bode well’ for Kristen’s ‘innocent’ title character.
Now that Charlize Theron‘s Evil Queen has been defeated — sorry, spoiler alert — it’s unclear who Kristen Stewart will have to battle in the confirmed Snow White & The Huntsman sequel. But is it possible the next villain is right under our noses? Hiding in the movie’s title, even? Snow White screenwriter David Koepp discussed the movie with reporters May 2 during a screening of The Iceman in NYC, and it sounds like K-Stew might want to brush up on her evil laugh.
“It’s like The Empire Strikes Back,” David told Vulture of the franchise. “I felt like they had a really, really great idea that seemed like a natural extension of the story … Snow White is queen now, but the mirror is still there. It doesn’t bode well for our innocent little queen.”
OK, there are technically two ways to interpet David’s quote: Either Kristen will have to battle the Magic Mirror or she will be seduced by its dark power, just as Charlize’s Evil Queen was in the first movie. Personally, I’d prefer the latter. Now that Snow has fully transformed into a bad-ass warrior princess, I’d like to see what would happen if her newfound power was used for evil — and who would have to save her from herself.
Will ‘Snow White & The Huntsman’ Become A Trilogy?
It sure sounds that way!
“There’s plenty to go,” David told Vulture. “There’s also a great idea for a third movie.”
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HollywoodLifers, would you like to see Kristen play the villain in the next Snow White movie? And do you really think it should become a trilogy? Drop a comment with your thoughts below!
— Andy Swift
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