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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.

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Watch The Trailer For Snow White Film ‘Mirror, Mirror’
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Well, this is definitely not what we would have expected.

Following the release of the first bit of footage from the shockingly good looking Snow White And The Huntsman, Relativity has released the first trailer from their upcoming Snow White flick, Mirror, Mirror.  And despite being from a man who frankly should kill at this narrative, Tarsem Singh, it looks rather uninteresting.

Watch the trailer here below.

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Tarsem Singh’s Snow White Film Now Titled ‘Mirror Mirror’
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With Tarsem Singh‘s Immortals set to hit theaters in a few days, the reclusive filmmaker has finally found a title for his follow-up project.

THR is reporting that the director’s upcoming film, a Snow White project starring Lily Collins, Armie Hammer, and Julia Roberts, will now be titled Mirror Mirror.

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