Snow White Scoreboard: Who Makes a Better Fair Maiden, Lily or Kristen?

With the release of two Snow White movies were wondering which actress will soar/flop.

By Ted Casablanca, Ivana Dukanovic Apr 06, 2011 2:20 PMTags
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After Lily Collins was announced Friday as the other Snow White in Relativity Media's untitled Snow White movie—directed by Tarsem Singh—we couldn't help but break a sweat over Kristen Stewart's onscreen pretty and pale-skinned competition.

You think Lily's supposed BF Taylor Lautner will get in the middle of this GF-versus-costar movie mayhem? A Twi-hard can only dream.

But when it comes down to it, we'll tell you who's fairer than who:

Looks-wise, probably Lily, but cinematically, Stewart's not taking too big of a bite with that poisonous apple.  

Tarsem's version of Snow White has been referred to as The Brothers Grimm: Snow White. Its plot will revolve around the maiden avenging her evil stepmother with the help of her seven dwarves after the death of her father.

Fitting, since Collins has the daddy's-little-girl image down to a T, what with being Phil Collins' overprotected daughter off screen.

Anyway, acting alongside Lily will be evil queen Julia Roberts as well as the Social Network's Armie Hammer, who is set to play Prince Charming.

Lily and Armie together is awkward, to say the very least, but thank the director this flick won't be solely some romantic fairy tale.  

While Kristen's take on the fair maiden in Universal's Snow White and the Huntsman, we hear, will be way sexier and suspenseful.

Although the movie's casting and production is still in the works, from its short, teasing synopsis ,we can tell a well-seasoned, professional actress is needed for this role. Not a pretty-faced amateur.

Snow White and the Huntsman will center on a hunky huntsman who is ordered to take Snow White into the woods and kill her, but lets her go. Later she and her huntsman are chained together as they attempt to escape the Evil Queen, played by Charlize Theron.

We love that sexual tension, and so does Kristen, obviously. We just can't wait to hear who she'll be tied up to. If it's the right selection, Lily's movie is headed for the fattest flop to date.

Guess we'll have to wait and compare to shreds, come release date.

Relativity's flick is expected to start filming next month, as it pushes to get its version in theaters by June 29, 2012, beating Snow White and the Huntsman by a good six months.

First or last, it will all come down to who can rock Prince Charming and act like they like it.