Julia Roberts, Armie Hammer, and Lily Collins star in this Snow White drama for Relativity Media.
Julia Roberts, Armie Hammer, and Lily Collins star in this fairy tale adventure hitting theaters March 16, 2012.
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The director reveals how his star Julia Roberts has made life easier on the set of this Relativity Media adventure.
Get your first look at Tarsem Singh's untitled Snow White Project.
The Game of Thrones actor will play the father of Kristen Stewart's title character in Rupert Sanders' fairy tale adventure.
Tarsem Singh will direct Lily Collins as the title character, Julia Roberts as the Evil Queen, and Armie Hammer as the Prince.
Mare Winningham and Michael Lerner have also joined the cast of Tarsem Singh's new adaptation for Relativity Media.
Relativity Media announces details for its 2012 release slate.
Nathan Lane will play the Evil Queen's servant, while Robert Emms will play Prince Alcott's valet in Tarsem Singh's new movie from Relativity Media.
The director discusses Julia Roberts' faith in his work, and discussed why he cast the Queen and the Prince before Snow White in this upcoming fairy tale.
The actress will join Armie Hammer and Julia Roberts in Tarsem Singh's faithful adaptation of the classic fairy tale.
Saoirse Ronan is in talks to play Snow White in Director Tarsem Singh's adult retelling of the fairy tale classic.
Upcoming Relativity titles such as Limitless and Immortals will be distributed on Blu-ray and DVD through Fox Home Entertainment.
Tarsem Singh will direct Relativity Media's fairy tale based on the original Brothers Grimm classic.
The actress is in negotiations for the Tarsem Singh-directed modernized take on the classic fairy tale.
Roberts may star in Relativity's The Brothers Grimm: Snow White while Theron is in talks for Universal's Snow White and the Huntsman
Relativity Media's edgier, more modern take on the Brothers Grimm story.
Relativity Media has reached out to The Cell director for this gritty version of the classic fairy tale.