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‘The Huntsman: Winter’s War’ Review: Charlize Theron Returns for Another Chilly, Silly Adventure Rarely has the lead character from a famous fairy tale been booted out of her own story’s sequel, yet that is the fate of Snow White in “The Huntsman: Winter’s War.” Played by Kristen Stewart in the 2012 franchise originator, “Snow White and the Huntsman,” the apple enthusiast doesn’t even turn up in flashback (or forward); we merely hear about how things are going well in her happy kingdom.

Mad Max: Fury Road’s George Miller Wins Best Director At The Critics’ Choice Awards Mad Max: Fury Road director George Miller won best director at the 21st Annual Critics’ Choice Awards yesterday. The film also took home a number of awards including Best Action Movie, Best Action Movie Actor and Actress wins for Tom Hardy and Charlize Theron and Margaret Sixel‘s win for Best Editing among others.

Stopping by Entertainment Weekly's Sirius satellite radio program, director George Miller touched on the popularity of Charlize Theron's Furiosa and whether he'll revisit the character in future Mad Max films.  Said Miller, " Yes, I have [zeroed in on the storyline for the sequel].  And certainly [I'm] having conversations about it [with the studio]. But I’m not sure if it’s the very next movie I want to do.

'The Huntsman: Winter's War' Trailer is HERE! Universal Pictures has released an official trailer tease from the upcoming "Snow White And The Huntsman" spin-off film "The Huntsman: Winter's War," starring Chris Hemsworth, Emily Blunt, Jessica Chastain and Charlize Theron.Have a look at the trailer below and let us know what you think.The fantastical world of Snow White and the Huntsman expands to reveal how the fates of The Huntsman Eric and Queen Ravenna are deeply and dangerously intertwined.

Universal has released a 15 second tease of tomorrow’s trailer for their upcoming The Huntsman: Winter’s War starring Chris Hemsworth, Charlize Theron, Emily Blunt and Jessica Chastain. When ice queen Freya learns of her sister Ravenna’s death, she retrieves the Magic Mirror. She also learns Ravenna can be resurrected and threatens to cover the land in darkness. Click here to view the embedded video. The Huntsman: Winter’s War opens on April 22nd, 2016. The Huntsman: Winter’s War Trailer Tease Promises No Mere Fairy Tale

Cover Art, Release Date, And Special Features Revealed For MAD MAX: FURY ROAD Blu-Ray Starring Tom Hardy (The Dark Knight Rises) in the title role and Academy Award winner Charlize Theron (Monster) as Imperator Furiosa, Mad Max: Fury Road is the fourth film in the franchise’s epic history. A Warner Bros. Pictures and Village Roadshow Pictures production, Mad Max: Fury Road also stars Nicholas Hoult (X-Men: Days of Future Past) as Nux; Hugh Keays-Byrne (Mad Max) as Immortan Joe; and Nathan Jones (Conan the Barbarian) as Rictus Erectus.

Review: 'Dark Places' Starring Charlize Theron, Nicholas Hoult, Christina Hendricks, Tye Sheridan & Chloe Grace Moretz Everyone enjoys a brief opening paragraph, so why don't we spend it listing all the things that "Dark Places," from director Gilles Paquet-Brenner ("Sarah's Key"), gets right. Its cast is undoubtedly committed, particularly a convincingly grimy Charlize Theron, and an enjoyably off-the-leash Chloe Grace Moretz, though it feels like they signed on to different films, and continued under that misapprehension all the way through shooting. Christina Hendricks is decent in a frumpy role that is sold from under her by the film's last-act twists.

George Miller Was Thinking About a Female Mad Max in 1985 Imperator Furiosa was the break-out character in Mad Max: Fury Road, with Max himself at times taking a back-seat to Charlize Theron’s one-armed warrior. And in a 30-year-old interview that has been published for the first time today, it seems writer-director George Miller was trying to figure out how to work such a character into the universe back in 1985. Speaking to Anne Bilson for a feature that was due to run in Time Out before being bumped in favour of an article about Orson Welles' death, Miller is asked if there could ever be a female version of Mad Max.

Because of its many strong female characters and the fact that Charlize Theron's Furiosa pretty much takes center stage from Tom Hardy's titular Road Warrior, George Miller's Mad Max: Fury Road is being hailed as a "feminist blockbuster". This hasn't gone down too well with MRAs (lol), and has led to quite a few idiotic questions during the movie's press circuit. One such question was aimed at Tom Hardy earlier this month at Cannes. Skip to the 9:45 mark to hear it, and Hardy's response. Peter Howell: I have a question for Tom Hardy.

Charlize Theron plays Imperator Furiosa, a key figure in George Miller's intoxicating action fever dream, "Mad Max: Fury Road," and we sat down to talk to her about the role, the film's surprising feminist subtext, and shooting that unbelievable mayhem.http://www.hitfix.com/blogs/motion-captured

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