Armie Hammer to Play Prince in 'Snow White'
By Kelly Fisher Posted Mar 28th 2011 06:00AM
According to the Hollywood Reporter, Hammer, who famously played both of the Winklevoss twins in the Facebook biopic, joins Julia Roberts in the film. The actress will trade her sunny disposition for a darker role as an evil queen in the movie.
So far, no Snow White has been cast in the Brett Ratner-produced film, which is set for a June 2012 release by Relativity.
Details surrounding the script remain scarce, but we do know it's a twist on the Brothers Grimm fairy tale in which Snow White teams up with seven dwarfs to take back her kingdom.
The 'Snow White' flick that Hammer is attached to shouldn't be confused with 'Snow White and the Huntsman,' which is set to star Kristen Stewart as Snow White and Charlize Theron as the Evil Queen.
Production on 'Snow White' begins in May. Hammer is currently filming Clint Eastwood's latest film, 'J. Edgar,' with Leonardo DiCaprio.
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