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Relativity’s Snow White Movie ‘Mirror Mirror’ Moves Its Release Date
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Of the two upcoming Snow White feature films, the one question mark remains Relativity and Tarsem Singh‘s take on the tale, Mirror Mirror.

Only a few months away, the film already has spawned one of the worst trailers of recent memory—or at least one of the most laughable—and now, it’s even found itself a slight delay.

The film has seen its release date shift from March 16 back two weeks to March 30, and while no reason was given as to why the move was made, one can only assume that the studio and filmmaker are hell bent on taking as much time as they humanly can to get this sucker right. Either that or 21 Jump Street seemed too big to stop. Yeah, that may be right.

Personally, this does absolutely nothing to my anticipation for the film. I love Tarsem as a filmmaker, and think that while the trailer was awful, this has the makings of something really great. One can only hope, right?

What do you think?

[Source: The Playlist]

2 Comments »

  1. Is it just me or does the guy in the top left look like Ice T?

    Comment by AiXeLsyD13 — January 27, 2012 @ 1:51 pm

  2. Referring
    to the trailer as laughable is very polite and diplomatic of you :). I can only
    hope that Snow White and The Huntsman has something to offer although after not
    being able to make it through 10 minutes of Red Riding Hood I’m not having very
    much faith for Grimm interpretations as of late.

    Comment by Joe Sicari — January 28, 2012 @ 2:38 pm

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