Kristen Stewart Dropped From "Snow White And The Huntsman" Sequel
Kristen Stewart’s career may be in danger after the actress revealed her affair with director Rupert Sanders. According to Hollywood Reporter, the actress was dropped from the “Snow White and the Huntsman” sequel because producers didn’t want their movie to get involved in the scandal.
After breaking up with her longtime boyfriend, Robert Pattinson, things have taken a bad turn in Kristen Stewart’s life. She has been criticized by her ex-boyfriend, the media and former costars because of her romantic affair with married director Rupert Sanders. Moreover, she was dropped by producers from the “Snow White and the Huntsman” sequel as a result of the negative publicity she has bestowed upon the movie.
Being chosen to interpret the part of the Snow White was one of the biggest achievements that Kristen Stewart made besides the Twilight saga. Unfortunately, her fling with director Rupert Sanders who is married with two kids, might have ruined her career as she will no longer be the protagonist of the movie. The Huntsman played by family man, Chris Hemsworth, will get all the attention in the following movie. Kristen’s fate is unclear for the moment; she could either feature as a minor character or be entirely eliminated from the sequel.
Stewart is not the only one who has left the show. Writer David Keopp, also concluded his work at the “Snow White and the Huntsman” because he does not agree with producer’s new requests. In his opinion, the movie is being turned into something totally different than what Keopp originally created. As a result, he no longer wants to be a part of this project.
Despite the controversy that his extra-marital affair has caused, it looks like British Sanders is going to continue working for the franchise in the future. This has led to a series of suppositions related to Kristen’s release from the sequel. Tabloids claim Rupert’s wife, Liberty Ross, has agreed to give him one more chance, but prohibited him to play with Stewart again. One thing is for sure: the earnings from “Snow White and the Huntsman” were very small and cutting Kristen from the franchise would help producers with the cost margins.