Mirror Mirror is a beautiful movie for people who love fantasy stories brought to you by Brothers Grimm. Mirror Mirror is a comedy/fantasy film based on the Brothers Grimm’s tale: Snow White. The talented director, Tarsem Singh added a new twist to this loved fairy tale of all times. Let’s dive into the magical world of Mirror Mirror:
Here is a quick overview on the cast and their characters in the movie Mirror Mirror
Julia Roberts as Queen Clementianna
Julia Roberts was the first actor to be cast in the film Mirror Mirror. The director Tarsem Singh envisioned an Evil Queen that can easily reach out to people. A person they can relate to. Singh’s vision of the Evil Queen is not at all evil but is very insecure. Singh also added that there is going to be a part at the end of the film where the Queen’s true ugliness will be revealed.
Lily Collins as Snow White
Lily Collins gave an interview with regard to her experience to being casted side by side Julie Roberts in Mirror Mirror. According to an interviews Lily Collins said that she was cast in the movie within 24 hours after she read for Singh. Lily Collins maybe new in the industry but she sure has the right looks to be the magical character Snow White in this film: Mirror Mirror.
Armie Hammer as Prince Andrew Alcott
There is no true fairy tale without a Prince Charming! Armie Hammer is the prince that was cast in Mirror Mirror. In the film, he was first enamored by the Queen and then fell for Snow White. So what will really happen between this love triangle? We will just have to watch and see!
Other supporting actors in the film are namely: Nathan Lane, Sean Bean, Mare Winningham and Michael Lerner.
Let’s take a peek on a short quote from People.com on Lily Collins as Snow White:
“And although Collins may be relatively new to the industry, she has a few A-list advisers to turn to: Her father is musician Phil Collins – “He’s just a proud dad,” she says – and her (rumored) boyfriend is Twilight top dog Taylor Lautner, alongside whom she stars in Abduction, a thriller that hits theaters in September.
“I’m going to keep the private life private,” she says of the rumored romance. “I’m in this for the craft; I’m in it for the passion.”
Perhaps this passion is something Singh noticed when casting her – that and something else.
“I saw her eyebrows, and I said, ‘You’re it,’ ” the director tells PEOPLE, joking. “When I first saw her [for Snow White], I think she was trying for the part, but when I saw her I just said, ‘She doesn’t even have to try at all.’
It is starting to look like a lot of people are looking forward to this new movie: Mirror Mirror. According to the poll at Rotten Tomatoes, 92% of their audiences would like to see the film. Get ready to watch one of the most beloved fairy tales in a new light this March 16th 2012 with Mirror Mirror
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