Or, wait, what about this one?
Oh, and how 'bout this one?
I'll tell you what the biggest scare for me is, regarding movie advertisements. It's when the single most important thing about the movie, the thing they put at the very top of the poster, is a reference to the last movie one of the Producers threw some money at that did halfway decent...two years ago. You know it's the most important thing, because it's at the top of EVERY movie poster that comes out for this movie.
I guess it sounds better than putting, "directed by a guy you've never heard of because this is his first movie," at the top of the poster.
This, my friends, is what Snow White and the Huntsman has going for it: that girl from Twilight, Thor (are they ever going to let that poor guy shave?), Charlize Theron, some imagery created by someone who's watched "The Crow" too many times, and a producer of Alice in Wonderland.
Oh, and not to mention the sudden influx of all things Snow White. Let's see, there's tv Snow White:
Oh, and did-you-know-Phil-Collins-had-a-kid Snow White:
Yes, I'm being critical, but I'm pretty sure "Snow White and the Huntsman" will do just fine. Do you know why? Because it has that girl from Twilight, Thor, Charlize Theron, some imagery created by someone who's watched "The Crow" too many times, and a producer of Alice in Wonderland, not to mention a pseudo-feminist girls-kick-butt thing going on. That, my friends, is enough to ensure that teenage girls will drag their boyfriends which, in turn, equals box office ka-ching.
And what else really matters in the world of movies?