Watch out, Kristen Stewart, there's a new Snow White in town!
Lily Collins looks like the picture of perfection in a new poster released today.
And with Lily's yet-to-be-titled Snow White film by Relativity coming out less than three months before K.Stew's Snow White and The Huntsman, the battle for the best interpretation of the fairy tale is about to get heated.
So how does Lily's Snow White compare to K.Stew's?
While Lily looks super-feminine and almost fragile in the new poster, K.Stew is going to get rough in Universal's version of the fairy-tale flick.
According to IMDb, Kris' Snow White and the Hunstman is described as: "In a twist to the fairy tale, the Huntsman (Chris Hemsworth), ordered to take Snow White (Stewart) into the woods to be killed, winds up becoming her protector and mentor in a quest to vanquish the Evil Queen (Charlize Theron)."
Looks like Lily's character couldn't be more opposite.
"She's very much that fairy-tale princess we've all read about in books," Lily told E.W. of her Snow White role, adding that she is "a joyful person who lights up a room and maintains grace at all times."
So not how we would cast K.Stew!
Lily also tells the mag that her Snow White is "a naive, innocent young girl who turns into a woman and really finds herself."
We hope this means Collins sheds the girlie-girl image and ends up kicking some major butt like K.Stew!