Kristen Stewart confirmed as the new Snow White but Viggo Mortensen will not fill the Huntsman role

Earlier this month, Twilight’s Kristen Stewart was confirmed to be playing the role of Snow White in the upcoming film adaptation of the Brothers Grimm fairy tale.  Charlize Theron and Viggo Mortensen were also in talks for the role of the evil Queen and the Huntsman, however recent news has confirmed that Mortensen, well known for (but certainly not solely for!) his portrayal of Aragorn in the Lord of the Rings trilogy, will not be pursuing the Huntsman role and is rumored to be in consideration for the role of the villain in the new Superman movie.

Sad news for Twilight fans, as I’m sure there wouldn’t have been too many objections to seeing our Bella opposite the hunky Aragorn.  Hopefully the new actor cast as the Huntsman will be as good a match.

About DaVinciKittie

Sue Brown-Moore is a freelance developmental editor specializing in romantic fiction. Sue is a passionate feminist and has always been a champion of romance—in her past life, she ran a review blog and a podcast—and believes that every body deserves a happy ending. She loves chatting about books and is always looking for excellent new recommendations. Reach out to Sue on Twitter and Instagram @davincikittie, Facebook @TheRomanceEditor or join her Patreon group, The Romantics (@TheRomanceEditor), for editorial insight and author coaching. Find Sue online at: The Romantics on Patreon DaVinciKittie.com Instagram Facebook Twitter The Infatuated Podcast Gravetells Romance Blog View all posts by DaVinciKittie

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