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New Pictures Expose Julia Roberts as the Evil Queen in Tarsem Singh's 'Snow White'

Not exactly awe-inspiring imagery

Jordan Prentice, Joey Gnoffo, Sebastian Saraceno, Lily Collins, Martin Klebba, Mark Provinelli, Ronald Lee Clark and Danny Woodburn from Tarsem Singh's Snow White
Photo: Relativity Media

Tarsem Singh's Snow White feature is the Untitled Snow White, which is something Relativity Media is going to have to remedy soon enough as we inch closer to that March 16, 2012 release date, but for now they seem content for it to not have a name as they've used today to debut a batch of six new images from the film in the digital pages of Entertainment Weekly and Yahoo.

Among these images you get your first look at the band of additionally unnamed dwarfs whom EW describes as "bandits who live in the woods outside the kingdom and wear stilts when they attack passing caravans, which has the citizens fearing giants – not little guys." At the center of that image is Lily Collins, whom EW is referring to as "Abduction's Lily Collins" as if anyone actually saw that film, playing the film's central character.

Additionally you'll get a look at Armie Hammer (The Social Network, J. Edgar) as he plays the prince, Nathan Lane as Brighton and, of course, Julia Roberts as the evil queen who wishes to steal control of the kingdom. Personally, I just wonder if this fairy tale land will be as afraid of Julia Roberts as this dog is. Run dog, run!

Members of the cast not pictured include Robert Emms as Renbock, Michael Lerner as Baron and Sean Bean as The King.

Tarsem's Untitled Snow White feature, as I said, will hit theaters on March 16, 2012. You can check out the rest of the images directly below.

Nathan Lane in Tarsem Singh's Snow White
Photo: Relativity Media
Julia Roberts in Tarsem Singh's Snow White
Photo: Relativity Media
Lily Collins in Tarsem Singh's Snow White
Photo: Relativity Media
Julia Roberts in Tarsem Singh's Snow White
Photo: Relativity Media
Armie Hammer and Julia Roberts in Tarsem Singh's Snow White
Photo: Relativity Media
Lily Collins in Tarsem Singh's Snow White
Photo: Relativity Media
Armie Hammer and Lily Collins in Tarsem Singh's Snow White
Photo: Relativity Media
Julia Roberts in Tarsem Singh's Snow White
Photo: Relativity Media

In Relativity's The Brothers Grimm: Snow White, starring Oscar-winner Julia Roberts and breakout star Lilly Collins (The Blind Side), an evil Queen (Julia Roberts) steals control of a kingdom, and an exiled princess (Collins) enlists the help of seven resourceful rebels to win back her birthright in a spirited adventure comedy filled with jealousy, romance, and betrayal that will capture the imagination of audiences the world over. The film also stars Armie Hammer (The Social Network) as the object of their affection, Prince Andrew Alcott, and Nathan Lane (The Birdcage) as the hapless and bungling servant to the Queen. The film will begin production in June 2011.

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  • Bo-Flynn

    The other one looks incredibly better. This looks kind of cheesy. I'm not impressed.

  • Kimberlesk

    I disagree -- I think this one looks better. The other movie looks like something other than Snow White, which isn't necessarily bad, but I like the players in this one better.

  • Teresa Price

    Julia Roberts doesn’t look like an evil villain at all and the crew is very lazy to not transform her appearance for this film.

    It was also a wasted opportunity that they didn’t cast seven recognisable actors with comedic experience to play the Seven Dwarfs.

    • LOGIC

      I've noticed you've been posting that on every pages of this untitled Snow White Film. Are u from SWATH production?

    • http://www.newshit.com.au News Hit

      "It was also a wasted opportunity that they didn’t cast seven recognisable actors with comedic experience to play the Seven Dwarfs."

      How many actual dwarves or little people are recognisable actors? I like the fact that the filmmakers have given these actors the job since - because of their physicality - they have little opportunities within the industry.

  • Winchester

    Yeah, I'm not getting an 'evil' feel off of the shots of Roberts at all.

  • Stiggy

    Some parachute she's wearing ain't it!

  • The Jackal

    I'm Sorry but.....what?!?!? It may surprise me, however, as for now it just looks silly. Then again so did Enchanted with Amy Adams, and I loved that film.

    Thems the facts