Kristen Stewart's 'Snow White' Kills People

Snow White

It's no surprise that Kristen Stewart's Snow White in "Snow White and the Huntsman" is going to be a badass. It's just a bit surprising to hear her tell just how badass the fairest of them all is going to be.

"I'm fighting evil—I'm fighting the most evil motherf--kers-and it's fine that they're being killed. It's anguish. It's literally f--king anguish. She takes absolutely no pleasure in ever hurting anything," Stewart said in an interview with Box Office Magazine. "I'm exhausted right now and I was thinking, 'The fight stuff is coming up, maybe that won't be so bad.' And then I realized that they're probably going to be my most emotional scenes because I'm killing people and I'm Snow White."

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"Tower Heist" Won't Be On Demand Any Time Soon

Universal's "Tower Heist" is definitely trying to keep ahead of the times. Unfortunately, it won't be doing so on VOD before the film hits theaters. Deadline has learned that the studio had to halt that plan after theater owners backlashed the plan to allow Comcast digital subscribers in Portland and Atlanta to rent "Tower Heist" on demand three weeks before its theatrical release.

Bright Side Of The "Heist"

Despite the shelved VOD plan, Universal is going forward with a "Tower Heist" Facebook promotion campaign called "Heist It Back," which is a virtual scavenger hunt that will allow fans to win up to one million Facebook credits. Over the course of the hunt, Facebook users can get their own piece of a fortune by hunting for "Heist" buttons hidden around Facebook. Fans are rewarded with Facebook Credits, through digital goods incentives provider Ifeelgoods, when they "Heist," invite friends or share on Facebook. Find out more here.

"Percy Jackson: Sea Of Monsters" Finally Gets A Release Date

Though the "Percy Jackson & The Olympians: The Lightning Thief" sequel was announced back in March, it's taken until today for the flick to get a release date. The Hollywood Reporter has learned that "Sea of Monsters," the second installment in the "Percy Jackson" series, will open in theaters on March 26, 2013. That's the Wednesday before that year's Easter Sunday, so Fox seems to be hoping to capitalize on upcoming spring vacations so more of its teen demographic can see the flick.

Johnny Depp Producing Drama About William Wilkerson

Deadline is reporting that Johnny Depp and Graham King are going to be producing a period drama for Lifetime about The Hollywood Reporter founder, William Wilkinson. It sounds like it's the network's attempt to get in on the success of "Mad Men," and the article even calls Wilkerson "the original Don Draper." Depp may make a cameo appearance on the show.

HBO Claims "Behind The Candelabra"

At long last, a network has picked up Steven Soderbergh's long-in-development biopic on Liberace. Deadline has learned that HBO has greenlit production on the flick, called "Behind the Candelabra." Michael Douglas will play Liberace, and Matt Damon will play his limo driver and live-in lover.

John Singleton Could Helm A Tupac Biopic

Since it looks like director Antoine Fuqua is aligning himself with other projects, Vulture has learned that John Singleton is looking to direct the project. Coincidentally, Singleton directed Tupac Shakur almost 20 years ago in "Poetic Justice." Fuqua notably had difficulty casting the central character in the biopic, so it will be interesting to see who Singleton chooses.

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