If the "Snow White and the Huntsman" banner that was released earlier today was meant to make us amped for the teaser trailer being released tomorrow, then it definitely did a good job. The Rupert Sanders-directed action adventure film has plenty of exciting things going for it -- Kristen Stewart in a suit of armor, for one -- yet there has only been a small amount of low-key promotion going for it so far.
Sure, the film is still more than six months away from hitting theaters, but the movie is likely to be boosted to popularity thanks to the fact its trailer will probably be tacked on before every showing of "The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn -- Part 1," which comes out next Friday.
The banner got us thinking about all the aspects of "Snow White and the Huntsman" we're most looking forward to, and that we hope we will see teased in tomorrow's trailer. Read on after the jump to see what you have to look forward to (hopefully) in the teaser's release.
Kristen Stewart As A Badass
It goes without saying that the biggest selling point for "Snow White and the Huntsman" is the fact that it is starring Stewart. But not only is she starring in the film, but she's also kicking some serious butt. In both the promotional shots from the film, Stewart has been shown battle-ready and carrying a sword. It only makes sense that Stewart show off some of her newly-honed battle skills in the first teaser trailer for the movie as well.
Romance Is A-Brewin'
When it comes to Chris Hemsworth as The Huntsman, there's not that much more than meets the eye. He gets hired by the queen to kill Snow White, but ends up deciding to help teach her to defend herself instead. As often happens in fairy tales, even ones tweaked like "Snow White and the Huntsman," the two of them are on a romantic collision course. Fans are used to seeing sparks fly between Stewart and her "Twilight" costar Robert Pattinson, so it will be nice to (hopefully) see the chemistry between her and Hemsworth.
The Impressive Fantasy World
I'll admit, it took until I saw Sanders' commercials and his vision for "Snow White and the Huntsman" at Comic-Con to really be convinced that he is the perfect director for this job. He has a distinct visual style that is well-suited for fantasy, as can be seen in the banner released earlier today. It will be nice for those who weren't in San Diego earlier this summer to get a chance to see how great Sanders' work is.
Charlize Theron At Her Most Devious
Charlize Theron is a badass. This is known. But she is especially badass and devious in the promotional material for "Snow White and the Huntsman." Based on the fact that she's been getting as much time in the photos released as both Snow White and her Huntsman, I'm betting my bottom dollar that she is going to get a decent amount of screen time in the trailer as well. Hopefully we'll even get to see some magic at work as well. She's got to have something extra going on to wear that dress day in and day out.
The one aspect of the film that has been noticeably lacking in its promotion is the
seven eight dwarves. Sure, Snow White ditched them for the sake of The Huntsman in her title, but still, they're a major part of this film. There was one group picture that was released, but since then they've been MIA. Maybe the CGI isn't ready on them yet or maybe Sanders is just waiting to save them for some big reveal, but I am definitely hoping they make at least one appearance in this teaser.
What do you hope is included in the "Snow White and the Huntsman" trailer? Tell us in the comments section below or on Twitter!