Instead, the Huntsman has been summoned to meet with Ravenna, the evil queen played by Charlize Theron. Snow White, the fairest of them all, has escaped the Queen's clutches and fled into the Dark Forest, a hostile environment through which the Huntsman has apparently survived a trek. So basically, the tough guy, who we learn is a widower and a drunkard, has to find Snow White for the megamaniacal monarch.
The clip, which clocks in at just under a minute, debuted today at Yahoo! Movies.
Sounds like the Australian Hemsworth is putting on a bit of an Irish brogue, introducing a subtextual commentary on class conflicts and imperialism when contrasted with Theron's thoroughly posh British accent. Or they're all just trying to sound fairy tale-y and an Australian accent just doesn't have the right ring to it.
Kristen Stewart stars as Snow White, and she's joined by Sam Claflin as the Prince, as well as a supporting cast that includes Nick Frost, Ian McShane, Eddie Marsan, Bob Hoskins, Ray Winstone, Lily Cole, Toby Jones, and Vincent Regan.
Rupert Sanders, a commercial director know for his visual panache, makes his feature debut here, working from Evan Daugherty, John Lee Hancock, and Hossein Amini.
Snow White and the Huntsman arrives in theaters nationwide on June 1st.