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Snow White & the Huntsman is a 2012 British-American action fantasy film based on the German fairy tale "Snow White" compiled by the Brothers Grimm, directed by Rupert Sanders and written by Evan Daugherty, John Lee Hancock and Hossein Amini.
Snow White (Kristen Stewart) is the princess of Tabor, daughter of King Magnus (Noah Huntley) and Queen Eleanor (Liberty Ross). After his wife's death, King Magnus falls in love with the beautiful Ravenna (Charlize Theron) after rescuing her from the Dark Army, a fleet of invincible glass soldiers who have enslaved several of the neighboring kingdoms. The two are married but Ravenna — who is in fact a powerful sorceress and the Dark Army's master — kills Magnus on their wedding night after observing that men like the King exploit the beauty of women and discard them. As Ravenna seizes control of the kingdom, Magnus' most trusted knight, Duke Hammond (Vincent Regan), attempts to help Snow White escape the Castle, but fails, and she is captured by Ravenna's brother and enforcer Finn (Sam Spruell). Snow White is then locked away in a small cell in the Northern Tower.
Over the next several years, Ravenna uses the Magic Mirror (Christopher Obi