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Chris Clow is a comic book expert, retailer and contributor to Batman-On-Film.com andModernMythMedia.com. When not geeking out, he is a Political Science major at Western Washington University. You can find his Dark Knight Rises Countdown column here at Movies.com every other Thursday, and his comic book reviews at BOF for various monthly titles. Follow him on Twitter @ChrisClow.

At the start of the last column, I relayed my interest in the way things had amped up… Continue reading 'The Dark Knight Rises' Countdown: Summer Snow and Cat Burglars

Stewart, riffing on her reputation as someone who never smiles, advised her cast mates, “Be careful because I take myself incredibly seriously.” Theron couldn’t resist one-upping her by reminding everyone, “Well, I’m an Oscar winner. I’m very method. I’ll be calling you Snow White all the time.”
While the cast was in a joking mood, this production of Snow White is going to be much darker than anything we’ve seen from

Sean Bean Joining Tarsem Singh’s Snow White

July 16, 2011

seanbeansnowwhite Sean Bean Joining Tarsem Singhs Snow White“Game of Thrones” star Sean Bean is in final negotiations to play Snow White’s father in director Tarsem Singh’s Untitled Snow White Project, which is currently shooting in Montreal.

In the Relativity Media film, an evil Queen (Julia Roberts) steals control of a kingdom, and an exiled princess (Lily Collins) enlists the help of seven resourceful rebels to win back her birthright

nedstark Sean Bean Crowned as King For Relativitys Snow White

All hail Good King Sean Bean: The rugged star of ‘The Lord of the Rings’ and ‘Game of Thrones’ has just been offered another regal fantasy role, that of the king in Relativity’s untitled Snow White project. We have to admit, the man looks good in a fur cape and he wields a mean sword.

If he accepts the role, he’ll play husband to evil queen Julia… Continue reading Sean Bean Crowned as King For Relativity's 'Snow White'

It’s premiere day in Los Angeles for ‘Snow Flower and the Secret Fan,’ a film adaptation of Lisa See’s acclaimed novel set in 19th-century China about two female BFF’s. (The Chinese had a different word for it.)

Our cousins at HuffPost Women have been teasing out the film’s themes of female friendship in recent days and months, and today’s installment features CNN anchor Suzanne Malveaux and her twin sister, Suzette. (Imagine… Continue reading 'Snow Flower and the Secret Fan' Inspires Conversations About Female Friendship