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Tarsem Singh’s ‘Snow White’ Finally Gets a Title

Visionary director Tarsem Singh has entered the final stretch in promoting his new film Immortals, which comes out next week on Nov. 11, but his other anticipated "Snow White" project has finally jumped a major hurdle: picking a title. Relativity Media has now settled on Mirror, Mirror.

In a recent interview with Moviefone, Singh describe the film's tone along with his style in general:

“It’s a children’s movie, but my stuff tends to be polarizing. When it’s for children, it’s like, sickeningly kiddie, and when it’s the other way, it’s sickeningly graphic for people. Both are OK for me. It’s comme ci comme ça that I’m terrified of.” 

Mirror, Mirror
 stars Lily Collins as the no-longer-titular character Snow White while Armie Hammer plays her prince, Julia Roberts the evil queen and Sean Bean as Lord Edd—I mean the king. The film comes out on Mar. 16.


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