Kristen Stewart wanted for 'Snow White', Viggo Mortensen in talks, report says
"Twilight Saga" actress Kristen Stewart is reportedly being courted by Universal Studious for the Snow White role in the upcoming film "Snow White and the Huntsman."
According to to The Hollywood Reporter, "Lord of the Rings" actor Viggo Mortensen is entering talks to play the titular Huntsman. Charlize Thereon is also in negotiations to play Snow White's mother, the evil queen.
If Stewart signs on for the role, it will be one of her first roles after the end of the "Twilight" series. The actress is currently filming the last two films in the Vampire love tale, which recently released a promotional image featuring Stewart and Robert Pattinson.
In the promotional still, Pattinson and Stewart's characters Edward Cullen and Bella Swan are show getting intimate with each other. "I love how they release that for the first one. Just give it all away, you know," Pattinson tells MTV about the photo. He also said shooting sex scenes with co-stars can be "awkward."
The first "Breaking Dawn" film is set to be released on November 18, 2011 and the second part is due to hit theaters on Nov. 16, 2012.