In one corner of the fairy tale-meets-Hollywood world, there is Kristen Stewart and mighty Universal Pictures. In the other, there is Julia Roberts and upstart Relativity Pictures. Both sides are pushing forward with "Snow White" adaptations. Only one can boast of having, in Stewart, one of the biggest young names in the business.
But the director of the other "Snow White," Tarsem, not only isn't worried, but paid Stewart a high compliment when we caught up with him at San Diego Comic-Con. "She's gorgeous," he told us, adding that he'd only seen her onscreen work in David Fincher's "Panic Room." "She's great." For his Snow White, Tarsem cast up-and-comer Lily Collins, looping her into a production that has already kicked off and which will hit theaters months ahead of Stewart's in 2012. "For me, when I looked at it, I thought there's only room for one of these," he explained of the two competing films. "And it looks like there's more. Nobody's backed off. I just know that we were ready so much earlier. And thank God for Julia, because when she came in, I got everything my way."
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